Attention infield party people, parking lot tailgaters, and dedicated race day TV viewers: Make these cookout favorites, including that Indiana classic, the pork tenderloin sandwich.
A good second day at the track drink right after breakfast! We all enjoy it on those hot Darlington days. The best container is the large orange water container.
Your favorite bourbon (along with cider, orange juice and Worcestershire sauce) gives extra flavor to these tasty smoked ribs.
A simple intro to delicious fried chicken, with beer batter as the star.
I love fried chicken but I don't own a deep fryer, so this is great because if you have a taste for it then you can just put it in the oven & pretty much get the same effect. Very easy and yummy.
Hungry for fried chicken right now? We'll have you eating it in 15 minutes--quicker than it takes to drive to the fast food joint and back.
The perfect plan for the man cave or tailgate party: boneless ribs cook up in a delicious, smoky sauce. And your slow cooker does all the work, so you can focus on making your fantasy football picks.
These wings are coated in corn flake crumbs, oven fried, and drizzled with spicy honey. They are hot, crispy and addicting...best of all, not fried.
This classic potato salad has two dressings: a vinegar and herb dressing that leaves each potato bite moist and flavorful, and a light creamy dressing to bind vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, and potatoes.
Simple to make potato salad that goes great with fried chicken on Sunday afternoons. Even better at the race track.
This simple, potato salad like mom used to make it is terrific. But why stay inside boiling potatoes when you can just grill them instead?