It's good served smoking hot or chilled. The perfect snack for all oatmeal lovers.
Odd sounding sandwich, but it is delicious. Hey, you might be out of mayo someday and have a hankering for a sandwich!
One of the most basic sandwiches and easy to make.
Here's a great snack kids can make themselves. It is a like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but with a small tortilla instead.
This is one easy lunch. Throw together this egg salad to put in pitas for yourself and two friends (or, if your crowd isn't three, end up with leftovers for later).
A creamy, spicy catfish sandwich inspired by the restaurants of Bourbon St. Beads not necessary.
Make these hot steak sandwiches with big flavor, thanks to onions and cream cheese.
An easy grilled vegetable sandwich for your vegetarian guests, or just for a change from the cornucopia of grilled summer meats.
For a special Mexican breakfast, try these amazing tortas. They take a little elbow grease, that's for sure, but it's worth it.
Go from hungry to happy in as little as 90 seconds, depending on how fast you can crack an egg.
Breakfast made very simple. You can get a whole family fed in minutes (or one very hungry dude).
Oh, the wonders of store bought biscuit dough. It's for more than just biscuits. Here you turn it into the casing for easy calzones with an American twist--a filling of bacon, beef and Velveeta(R).
Simple, fast and tasty, these shrimp wraps fill you up with plenty of flavor. Get a healthy and easy dinner on the table in 20 minutes, or make yourself a fresh, quick lunch. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
A healthy, easy lunch that's still meaty, thanks to our lean friend turkey. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Flavor-packed hearty wraps with plenty of veggies and chicken. Amazing taste in every bite thanks to a spicy cilantro paste you make in the food processor. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Cool pork wraps for an easy summer lunch, with flavor from a simple sweet onion slaw. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Taking a meat break? These flavor-packed wraps are plenty hearty, thanks to olives and avocado. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Quick and easy burritos, because you use pre-cooked beef tips. Packed full of veggies and spices. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
A recipe for a single meatball slider. It can be your light lunch, or expand it for a party in the man cave.
How to impart major flavor to bland turkey? How about a day-long soak in Mediterranean spices? After that you just grill, add some veggies, and you're ready to go with a great lunch for the tailgate or cookout.