Absolutely the best pecan pie ever! What's more Southern than pecan pie? How about one that only takes 5 minutes to prepare?! Pecan pie even a New Yorker can enjoy...
Spicy, crunchy snack, perfect for watching the game.
This is a vinegar and mustard based "Carolina Style" sauce, as opposed to most ketchup and molasses based sauces. The combination of sweet and tangy flavors brings out the absolute best in grilled pork and chicken. This is the only sauce I use for my ribs!
Grilling cooks your food, but this simple BBQ sauce provides the heat.
A trio of main ingredients gives this homemade barbecue sauce big flavor: Honey for sweetness, garlic for spice, and coffee for...well, for coffee flavor.
Instead of a bowl that you would just have to wash with precious water, you put your soup in a hollowed out round sourdough loaf. You are a master of conservation.
Like your chili hot? Try this turkey chili with a host of peppers and spices. Inspired by Chef Tom's "Not For the Faint of Heart Chili"
If you choose chili for spiciness, stop here. This is the recipe for you. It's basic--just beef, onions, and tomatoes, and then a ton of spice. Keep beer, milk, or the fire extinguisher nearby. Inspired by Chef Tom's "Not For the Faint of Heart Chili."
Italian and Irish cuisine got together and spawned this delicious, beefy snack. Serve on St. Patrick's Day for a different twist to the holiday.
Make these hot steak sandwiches with big flavor, thanks to onions and cream cheese.
A quick and easy homemade barbecue sauce powered by the smoky flavor of chipotle peppers. Inspired by peces517's "Spicy Chipotle Barbecue Burgers."
From ingredients every man ought to have in his kitchen comes this amazing BBQ sauce for burgers, chicken or ribs.
A nice balance of BBQ sauce favorites like ketchup, mustard and onion make this a great spread for burgers.
Light beer is the feature flavor of this easy homemade barbecue sauce. Best over beef dishes.
A tart, tomato-based barbecue sauce for ribs and burgers.
This easy barbecue sauce takes a little longer than other homemade sauces, to allow the flavors of root beer, bourbon and orange juice to combine. If you've got the extra time, give it a try.
When you want a sauce with extra sweetness, try this mix of honey and brown sugar. A nice choice with chicken.
The best flavors of Italian food together in a rub for meat and veggies.
An easy way to add subtle French flavoring to meat and veggies before you grill them.
Easy grilled corn is always going to be a hit, but with this smoky seasoning added just before serving, it's more like a home run.