This is tomato sauce at its finest. Unlike most tomato sauce where there are many spices, this tomato sauce is all about the rich taste of the tomatoes.
Down home country style cooking with taste. Real comfort food. Can be made ahead of time, frozen and reheated in the oven. Wonderful to serve with mashed potatoes and fresh green vegetable.
A meaty and very tasty sauce that only gets better the longer it simmers. Enjoyed with almost any pasta, this has been a really old family favorite.
Here's some good ol' home cookin'! This is a meatloaf my mother makes. This your classic meatloaf made with two meats and flavored with sage, rosemary and parsley.
I have taken many chili recipes and played with them over time and have come with this one that everyone loves. Optional suggestion: Serve over Fritos and top with Cheddar cheese.
I wanted to make a truly Southern meatloaf like my 'Redneck' buddies make sometimes when I visit. They never wrote the recipe down. This is my best approximation of Southern meatloaf. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. You can serve this Southern meatloaf either hot or cold.
This is a very spicy but not too pepper-hot. If you think this might be too pepper-hot just reduce the amount of jalapeno peppers.You can always add some red pepper to kick it up. I serve mine with grated Colby Jack cheese and corn chips.
Start your favorite wood chips soaking for this meatloaf on the grill. A sweet and tangy apple cider vinegar glaze keeps this one moist.
Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
A huge stew. Only advised for those with huge appetites and large amounts of work to do, such as hauling or lifting.
A new take on a old favorite. I came up with these for a camping trip and when I was grilling them about a hundred people came by to ask what smelled so good.
A basic burger recipe using hand ground sirloin, pork, shallots, and BBQ rub. The secret is the handfull of wood chips thrown on the coals! I use a Weber(R) Kettle grill, and add cherry wood chips right before cooking.
I am one lazy cook and don't want to put up with a lot of work in getting a rack o' ribs to cook to a perfect fall-off-the-bone state. I also do NOT have the smoker and I hate heating up the house with an oven bake. In making perfect ribs, the two things we can't get rid of are time and low temp. The perfect solution is the 6 quart slow cooker. Here's how to get ribs perfect EVERY time and not make a hassle over it.
The key to tender ribs? Plenty of moisture. And while you're adding moisture, might as well make it good, right? This lucky set of ribs gets three different sauces to create amazing flavor.
An easy appetizer for your St. Patrick's Day party, these meatballs hide that traditional Irish favorite, cabbage.
Another way to use up that leftover meat is to make a soup out of it. But why be boring about it? Add some spicy Mexican chorizo to it and you've got a really great soup! It's really easy and quick to make and warms you up nicely! Note that you can use meat, shrimp or both along with the chorizo in this soup. (PS: You can also make this in your slow cooker. See the "Alternate Method" below for the directions!)
The star of Spartacus revealed his favorite meatloaf recipe in an airline magazine in the 1970s. Try it out yourself and see if it makes you ready for gladiating.
Great tasting chili chock full of meat and taste. Great at those fall football parties where you need something substantial.
This mouthwateringly delicious meatloaf is stuffed with vegetables and cheese and wrapped with bacon. It's like a meat, veggie and cheese present in bacon gift wrapping! My family insists I make this at least once a month.