This is my adaptation of a family recipe for skillet baked cornbread using buttermilk and cream-style corn. Goes well with just about anything!
This is sinfully delicious and will get you a lot of OOHs and AAHs. Simple but fantastic! Coconut milk crepes with a banana filling are flambeed with Grand Marnier orange liqueur.
This is my adaptation of my mama’s bread. If you like a crunchy bottom this is for you.
Easy, tasty cornbread with just enough jalapeno flavor to add some kick.
A simple stew you could make at home or around the campfire.
A basic recipe for rabbit you can make over the fire in a dutch oven.
A flavorful, creamy game dish that comes out of the oven piping hot.
Add the tangy flavor of lemon/lime to your catch. You could easily make this over a campfire.
Chicken deep-fried and then poached in gravy. Maybe it's not the healthiest, but great comfort food for troops on the march (or just a guy back from work). Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Never had liver? Try it the army way--with plenty of bacon. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Savory muffins for breakfast time. Or put 'em in the lunchbox for a tasty afternoon snack.
Broccoli the way it was meant to be eaten--breaded and fried. Even a veggie hater will respect this broccoli recipe.
An easy fried snack that's a darn sight more healthy than mozzarella sticks or french fries. Cooks up in less than 10 minutes.
None of that girly syrup for you--you'll top your pancakes with sausage and apples, thanks.
These easy biscuits are a breakfast treat, or something to take on the road.
English cuisine meets Italian in this man's pie recipe.
Don't just have coffee with breakfast--put coffee in breakfast with this gravy to serve over biscuits.
Ready for a tasty project? Make your own dough and top with Italian sausage and veggies.
A creamy, cheesy sauce draped over boneless pork chops. It's an easy, hearty dinner for two or one course in a bigger meal for four.
An easy dinner cooked slow. Just brown the chops, drop in a broth/flour mixture, and go busy yourself in the workshop until dinnertime.