My all-time favorite recipe, which my Dad makes every year on New Years Day for the college Bowl games. I prefer the ham hocks, but you can substitute a ham bone for them. To slice the sausage easier, put it in the freezer for about 20 minutes first. The longer you cook it the creamier the beans get; I love to let it simmer all day, the smell is wonderful. Serve with hot rice.
I am 160lbs and I was first served this recipe at a barbeque. I consumed 5 hotdogs as I could not believe the taste that I was experiencing. I ended up begging for this recipe. It yields a sweet and exceptionally tasty Brat.
Even though this recipe says it serves four, you'll want to at least double it to get you through the whole game - maybe even triple it. Get enough beer - both for cooking and drinking. Don't get the wimpy kind, get the real stuff.
In this kickass riff on a classic Wisconsin butter burger, I incorporate some other great Wisconsin ingredients: butter and beer!! No man can resist the pure greatness of this burger...
Green Chili is very popular where I live in New Mexico, you can find it in almost anything. I decided to pair up our state's famous green chili with eggs and cheese for a delicious breakfast burrito. As a nod to our neighbor state, Texas, I added jalapenos which gave the burritos a great kick. It's perfect "man" food for breakfast - it fills you up, has some heat, and doesn't take all day to prepare. Also, this breakfast is portable, wrap them tightly in foil and you are good to go!
Pump up the basic hot dog with this pineapple syrup stuffing and a wrapping of crispy bacon.
If you have time, the right tools and supplies, you can make anything. A bookcase, a crib, or even fresh sausage.
Forget apple or pumpkin, this is a man's pie. Includes all the man food groups--spicy, hot doggy, and cheesy.
You can use these meatballs on pasta or in sandwiches. Or you may just find that people want to grab them right off the grill and pop them in their mouths.
Not just a chili. This is a feast of beans, ground turkey, sausage and even beer. Inspired by Jon's "Jon's Beer Chili"
This is an easy recipe that can be used for a tailgate or a party. Use Hot Sausage for a little more zing.
This meat-powered, flavor-packed chili is a bit of a project. But the slow cooker does most of the work. Inspired by MITCHHARRIS's "Mitch's Mighty Meaty Chili."
This is my version of the Bacon Explosion. There are many versions on the web whether it's called a pork fatty, bacon bomb, etc.... No matter how you slice it, it's an insane barbecue flavor in an artery clogging roll. If you have a smoker, you have to try this one. Remember, moderation is the key when eating a bacon explosion. Enjoy.
Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside!
For this grilled bratwurst recipe, you make the slightest extra effort to flavor the brats and make a tasty corn relish. The result: Maybe the best bratwurst you've ever had.
Sure, you can just grill sausages and enjoy a great summer meal. But what if you cook this delicious beer sauce to drizzle over them? Like the difference between a shutout and a perfect game, it's turning a great meal into something you'll never forget.
Dragon's take on the hot dog, with a few tweaks! This hot dog is stuffed with sweet tasting pineapple, wrapped in bacon & topped with baked beans!
Throw just four ingredients in your slow cooker in the morning. At lunchtime, these amazing sausage sandwiches are yours for the feasting.
Meaty, moist, tender Italian sandwich with double the meat: sausage and ground beef. Will feed a huge man cave crowd or a hoppin' tailgate party.
A big, meaty pasta salad makes a great side dish at your cookout. Heck, it's nearly a meal.