A very easy recipe for coleslaw; you just throw these ingredients in a pot and cook them up. Chill and serve at your next cookout. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside!
I have made these on our fall camping trips. I use a cast iron skillet and a cast iron dutch oven.
Awesome sandwiches for picnics and lunch time. These are a Pittsburgh area classic. They are the bomb with potato chips, potato salad or French fries.
Nice lil mix of flavors. Little sweet, little kick, little Asian, little traditional wing flavor. So tender they fall off the bone.
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.
We used to make these in the dorm and invite a group over. Makes about 1 pitcher. We had to limit everyone to 2 at first since it would tend to hit when we thought it wouldn't. If you're really brave try to play beer pong with it.
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).
Why make cookies without flour? I dunno, but it seemed like a good idea! (Besides, some folks aren't compatible with gluten!). I got the idea from someone else, but this is my own way of doing it to peanut butter cookies. People who have tried them are unbelieving that there is no flour and you will be, too, when you try them! Oh, and the "36 servings?" Actually, that's 36-40 cookies
Spicy hot deviled eggs excellent for any cook-out, picnic, Barbeque or any other occasion which is appropriate for 'em.