A basic chili that depends on your green chiles. You can roast them yourself for extra smoky flavor. The canned kind works out pretty well, too. Inspired by Johnny V.'s "Pueblo Chili."
Cajun and German flavors merge happily in this easy gumbo recipe.
Craving fall-off-the-bone pork? If you also love spice, this is the easy slow cooker recipe for you, friend.
Mustard, molasses and sugar. Your Southern gentleman ancestors ate them, and for good reason. They make a tasty, manly combo. Here they bubble up with pork in your slow cooker--so you can spend your day living a life of leisure.
So easy, so little prep, and so, so delicious. You can literally make this in your sleep! (Well, almost literally.) The perfect recipe for an all-day sports-watching gathering, like March Madness.
This is a summertime favorite. Traditionally a southern dish, this is a good recipe for picnics or pot luck lunches. This particular recipe is easy to make and takes little time to prepare.
This is not an instant meal, but since no canned or "quickie" style meal has ever graced my table, I offer this one. It is done using traditional methods, but is well worth the time spent in preparation. You've never tasted anything like this, unless you've eaten red beans and rice along the Lafouche Bayou, in a town called LaRose, LA, that is. When all is ready, put a large scoop of rice in the bottom of a bowl, cover with red beans, butter some bread and crack your favorite beverage.
Slow cooker recipe. Great comfort food. Beans, meat and plenty of natural spice. Serves as a main or side dish. Great for family gathering.