A new twist on the same old Chili. If desired, add shredded Cheddar and sour cream into bottom of your bowl and pour hot chili on top, and serve with bread and soft butter or margarine.
A savory new take on a time-tested favorite.
Give potatoes the smoky flavor of the grill. With a generous helping of cheese to top things off, of course.
Power up homemade French fries with a coating of cheese and gravy.
You'll be plenty full after eating this flavorful turkey chili stretched with new potatoes. Inspired by Nicky G.'s "Nick's Sloppy Chompin' 57 Chili"
This isn't the creamy potato salad you're used to, but instead one dressed with vinegar and man's best friend, bacon. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Call this chili improved. Start with a can of no-bean chili, then add meat, beans, extra flavor from spices and veggies--you've turned than can of chili from a benchwarmer to an all-star. Inspired by Nicky G.'s "Nick's Sloppy Chompin' 57 Chili."
A "salad" in name only, this cheesy, bacony summer side dish is nearly as delicious as the steak you're grilling.
An easy appetizer and a great melding of Island and Asian cooking styles.
A great way to use up leftovers, hash is a fast and simple meal. This recipe uses pulled pork from pork shoulders I cooked on my Weber Smokey Mountain last weekend. It's great for a quick dinner or relaxed breakfast. The secret to crispy hash is using precooked potatoes.
Loaded Waffle Fries - everything you could ever imagine on your fries. Chili, cheddar cheese, sour cream, onions, chives, and bacon! This goes great with my bacon cheeseburger dogs (see my other recipes).
Here's a great potato casserole that has onions, cheese, tomatoes and green chile. What's not to like?! A side dish for 12-16 people, it can easily be scaled down to half that size.