This is a sure winner at any Asian feast. By baking them, they come out and stay crispy. I have found that deep fried spring rolls have to be eaten immediately to preserve their crispiness. This is also healthier. A must try!
Easy, feeds a crowd. I make this all the time for the guys at work. I watch for the full loins to go on sale. After feeding the crew at work (12- 15 people) I still have leftovers to bring back home. You can add the bbq sauce into the meet after it is cooked, or have it on the side. Great both ways. Serve on buns and enjoy.
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.
Just like Dad's, the BBQ king of the NC Coast. Pork is slow roasted with vinegar and red pepper flakes.
I take my pork butt rub recipe and add Greek flavors for my wife who was born there. The melt in your mouth pork with the yogurt dressing is always a big hit. This is a great finger food for summer parties. Serve with cold beer and ouzo. Opa!
Good old Mexican Tamales, just the way my great grandmother use to make. Serve and enjoy a piece of Mexico. Allow all leftovers to cool down completely and then refrigerate.
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.
Have you ever wanted to make a good BB-Q dinner for you and your friends? I am going to share with you how I make my BB-Q dinner, and all the steps you need to take to make it a good, and delicious meal. It might take a little bit of time to make, but it is worth it in the end. A wonderful recipe for BB-Q Pork steaks using Stag beer as the secret ingredient. I have friends that fight over these things!!!!!
We make this every time the guys come over for a game. Everyone loves these eggrolls and they are super easy to make. This recipe uses cooked pork shoulder. We usually cook our own (there is nothing like having your entire house smelling like BBQ pork all day long), but you can easily find pre made pulled pork at the super market.
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.
Enough with the cold cuts! Make yourself meat for a hot sandwich in your toaster oven.
A great pork and beans recipe for the backyard or the campfire. Perfect on those early or late summer nights when the temperature dips and you want something warm.
This is a Popsicle(R) for grown men. An easy appetizer for your tailgating or man cave party.
Here's pot pie simplified. Get all the filling bready goodness from a biscuit topping, without the trouble of making a pie crust. The Southwestern flavors make this a great dinner casserole.
Beginning cooks can wow anyone with this slow-cooked pork burrito. No real cooking required, just put some pork in the slow cooker with some other stuff, sit back and think about what a great meal you're going to have. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
The BBQ classic, pulled pork, with south of the border flavors like oregano, cumin, green chiles and cilantro. Serve on sandwiches or toss on tortillas.
Mustard, molasses and sugar. Your Southern gentleman ancestors ate them, and for good reason. They make a tasty, manly combo. Here they bubble up with pork in your slow cooker--so you can spend your day living a life of leisure.
The classic Cajun trio of onion, celery and green bell pepper gets tucked into a pork roast, to spread their tasty flavor during a full day of cooking. Don't worry, you don't have to stick around--your slow cooker does the work.
This is how I do it.