Absolutely the best pecan pie ever! What's more Southern than pecan pie? How about one that only takes 5 minutes to prepare?! Pecan pie even a New Yorker can enjoy...
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!
Strawberries soaked in Grand Marnier(R) are folded into a not-too-rich vanilla ice cream base to make a delicious dessert.
Eat just like the cowboys on the old range. Bust out a cast-iron skillet and make yourself this spicy cornbread. Then listen for the howl of the wolf and the lowing of the cattle.
The first time I made these was on the day Michael Vick scored 6 TD's. Thus, we honored him with the name of the burger. Perhaps the most delicious burger I have ever had. The brown sugared bacon, egg, and texas toast complete a masterpiece. Enjoy again and again!
Wow your friends by making this delicious Asian appetizer at home.
Don't worry about deep-frying these mini, meaty empanadas: just cut out circles of pie dough, fill them with this super easy filling, brush with some egg, and bake. They're not your traditional South American pastry, but close enough - and the guys coming over to watch the game sure aren't going to complain.
Need deviled eggs in a hurry? This classic recipe gets this easy appetizer to your hungry guests fast.
Got a hankering for a spicy appetizer? The doctor recommends a dose of cayenne pepper in these easy deviled eggs.
Easy football appetizer game plan: Start the eggs boiling at the end of the first quarter. They'll be done halfway through the second. Cool them in the ice water. They'll be ready to make at halftime. And you start the second half with a play to defeat lingering hunger.
Amp up this easy appetizer with spicy, smoky chorizo sausage.
This classic July 4th appetizer isn't exactly red, white and blue, but is red, white and yellow okay? Crab and curry powder add unique flavor to deviled eggs.
Need an easy appetizer for a crowd? Bang out this simple deviled eggs recipe in 30 minutes, and everyone's happy.
Really bring the devil out of this great deviled eggs recipe. Green chiles and chipotle peppers are your minions.
This easy appetizer gets flavor from the subtle taste of red and green peppers. The finer you chop those peppers, the more taste you'll have, so get out your best knife.
Spicy horseradish gives you an easy appetizer with a real kick. Garlic drops by for a little push, too.
A little bit of pickle relish goes a long way in this sweet take on deviled eggs. Maybe they ought to be called Angeled Eggs?
These burgers are a burst of wonderful flavor, as I've combined 3 items that work perfectly together.
Tired of boring burgers whining to you about their day and talking about their feelings? Need a burger that will punch you in the mouth in that special way like you normally have to pay Sally Two-Toes down the street to do?
Try the jerk burgers, and prepare for face-punchingly awesome flavor.
When you've got a nice fresh cut of cod, you don't want to get too fancy with it. This basic recipe lets the flavor of the cod be the star.