Italian and Irish cuisine got together and spawned this delicious, beefy snack. Serve on St. Patrick's Day for a different twist to the holiday.
That old-school German taste with sauerkraut, apples, and plenty of butter, of course. This isn't your light pork dinner but fit for Oktoberfest.
I have made these on our fall camping trips. I use a cast iron skillet and a cast iron dutch oven.
Twist on an old favorite!
Deer backstrap that you won't throw back!!! Not when you stuff it with andouille sausage and braise it with peppers and onions, you won't!
This is MEAT CANDY!! Baking them in the oven allows the bacon to crisp, the liquids to be released from the Smokies, and the brown sugar to caramelize on them deliciously. It also allows to you control the fat content of them a bit more easily, as most of the bacon drippings will remain on the sheet pan after cooking. We usually make them during the holidays, but they're good for all year 'round, of course. So easy to make!
This is a really good family meal. It is very filling and good on cool evenings.
Try out your baking skills on this manly breakfast pastry.
Roasted spaghetti squash is very easy to do, and can be used as a fun side dish or as an ingredient in other recipes.
You don't need shortening to make an absolutely perfect gingerbread. Just closely monitor the bread's bake time so it won't dry out in the oven.
A great dip for everything from game day to potluck dinners, you can use this dip as a sandwich spread or even a salad dressing. For a little added zing, use half green chile and half jalapeños, add a few shakes of Tabasco(R) or 1/8 teaspoon cayenne. Use corn, potato, pita or bagel chips or chunks of French bread for dipping.
Awesome dip! If you like collard greens, you will love this dip. Serve with toast, pita bread, or Tostitos(R) tortilla chips.
The secret ingredient of chili powder gives these sweet potato fries serious heat.
Yet another thing to wrap bacon around. These delicious red potato bites taste amazing dipped in a fresh garlic sauce.
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