Very moist, tasty cake that's won many blue ribbons.
A zesty steak recipe that is easy to make, combining the wonderful flavor of seared steak with the tanginess of mustard.
Jordan had Pippen, Ruth had Gehrig, and pasta becomes a true champ with garlic bread.
This easy hot salad is a great vegetable side dish for steaks or roasts.
Fall flavors unite in these warming and simple pork chops served with a maple syrup sauce.
This sauce is meant to be easy to make with only a few on hand ingredients. I make no claims that the wings will taste like those found at your favorite bar and grill, but make no mistake: they are absolutely delicious!
This Buffalo wing recipe relies solely on Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce. The sauce straight out of the bottle is a little too sharp and biting for my taste. The other ingredients act to "soften" the Frank's Buffalo Wing sauce and enhance the flavor.
Please note: this recipe is based on Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce, not plain Frank's Red Hot sauce.
The classic New York salad manned up with a helping of meat.
Check out the neat trick for making these grits cakes (with a hearty helping of pimento cheese).
Imagine: A bite of salmon includes the taste of bacon, and a sweet maple/soy glaze. And you could be eating it 20 minutes from now.
Fish gets kicked up a notch with a delicious cheese sauce finish.
This recipe in great with roast turkey or baked ham.
Crème brulée is a French custard dessert that can be translated as "burnt cream." You don't really burn the cream-- you burn the sugar on top.
A plate of peeled out potatoes with broiled cheese, bacon, and chives with sour cream for dipping.
For serious potato lovers, this hearty breakfast skillet starts with three different types of potatoes. Yeah, you read that right.
A hearty appetizer with the unbeatable taste of crab and fresh seasoning.