Great all around marinade. Use it for steaks, roasts, shish-ka-bobs and even to marinade meat for beef jerky. This recipe has been passed down in our family for years.
This is a classic three bean salad that is good for vegetarians, and meat eaters alike. My four year old will eat it, and she is not crazy about beans. So we named it after her. Allow your three bean to chill and marinate in the refrigerator for up to six hours, you can of course eat this right away. I however find that it is much better after it has had time to soak in all the flavors of the “dressing”.
A very quick, simle and tasty salad to meat dishes.
This version of guacamole has a fresh taste and a bit of a bite.
Sauce to barbecue whole hogs (pigs) on grill or in pits.
This dish has a long history, from the Acadians (who became the Cajuns) and then eventually to the U.S. Army. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A slight Southwestern flavor for this picnic bean salad, with red pepper and black beans as part of the mix.
Lime juice brings out the flavor of this tangy, spicy bean salad.
Just a little flavor nudge from curry turns this into great egg salad for sandwiches or to eat on its own.
Serve with Derk Cheetwood's Boston Pulled Pork and Whole Grain Mustard Slaw on toasted, buttered brioche buns.
An easy summer alcoholic drink. Pretty light, so the guests at your picnic and cookout will still be able to legally make their way home.
An easy ice cream float for big boys. Even the biggest meat lover will want to save room for this.
The subtle flavor of almond extract and a generous pour of heavy cream makes this the best root beer float you've ever tried.
When fresh blackberries are bursting off the vines, turn them into this incredible summer drink.
An easy way to add subtle French flavoring to meat and veggies before you grill them.
A cool side dish to serve alongside steaks and sandwiches at your cookout.
I have been making this for a number of years, and everyone who has tried my ribs, chops and chicken says it has the best they ever had. Maybe they were just sucking up for a free meal, but I think it's a good rub. Sweet with a kick!!! What's there not too love???
The invention of a New York maitre d' named Oscar, this salad was a favorite of the classy fellas who stayed at NYC's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
Feta cheese brings Mediterranean flavor to this tasty summer salad, packed with fresh fruit and veggies. Serve it as a cool down for your cookout.
A marinade for meats with undertones similar to a Japanese steak house dipping sauce, with mild garlic and unmistakably teriyaki flavors.