Delicious Chile Rellenos. A great Mexican treat to have on their own or with rice and tacos.
Everyone goes for Grandma's Baked Beans and grilled meats.
A huge discovery for me when I was stationed in Morocco, working for GREEK LINE: The use of ostrich and turkey meat was very much on the forefront of all restaurants where even restaurant chains, European or American, decided to add the bird meats to their menus in different applications. I decided to try, for the first time, to make a turkey-ostrich burger and, voila, everybody thought it was even better than the standard beef versions. Here it is!
A wildly different pizza for a summer night: Guacamole instead of tomato sauce, and smoky flavor from preparation on the grill.
A great pork and beans recipe for the backyard or the campfire. Perfect on those early or late summer nights when the temperature dips and you want something warm.
Food Network host and star chef Tyler Florence recommends this chili for game day. Read our interview with Tyler for more cooking tips.
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!
The original American Man's dish, originally eaten by men of the Narraganset tribe. This southern version is a great summer side.
You read that right--stupendous seven-layer dip served hot. Score. And you make it on the grill. Double score.
This flavorful, hearty soup is everything a man could want...better yet, you can cook it outside on your favorite cooking device.
Get up, grill some chicken, then toss it in the slow cooker with this all-star team of ingredients. Inspired by Ellis & Laura's "Chick's Chicken Chili"
A whole mess of Tex Mex flavors go into these flavorful burgers for the grill.
Believe it or not, some burgers are meant to be eaten with a knife and fork. One of my favorites is that way - this one! It's a grilled burger served open-faced and slathered with a good helping of chili that's homemade especially for this application. It takes a little effort to put it all together, but nothing about it is difficult...and it is soooo worth it! Serve with an ice-cold beer and a little greenery on the side.
Okay, here's the tailgating plan. Make this big pot of chili one night late in the week, then let it sit in the fridge until game day. The flavors will mesh together like linemen on a perfectly-called draw play, and you'll be the one hearing the fans' cheers.