These pork chops are stuffed with an applesauce-stuffing mixture. They are easy to make, but they add a special touch to your next grilling adventure. I used rib chops in mine, but any thick-cut chop will do.
Chuck steaks are an inexpensive cut of beef, but with a little love they can be tender and flavorful. This marinade helps tenderize the meat while adding a savory and slightly sweet flavor. Preparation time does not include marination time.
Butternut squash is a great source of vitamins A, C, and E, hence, the title. This is a simple and healthy dish that looks as good as it tastes. One good sized squash is perfect for this recipe. It's easy enough for a weeknight side dish and colorful enough for a holiday dinner. Thank you to the two butternut squash vines that volunteered their way into my garden this year!
Turn some of those gourds used for fall decorating into a creamy, tasty meal! This is a thick and hearty soup perfect for a cold winter's night. I like mine topped with a little parmesan cheese and croutons. You could use all chicken stock in this recipe, I just happened to have some vegetable stock in the fridge. The preparation time includes time to peel the gourds and apples.
A great dry rub for ribs, pork, chicken, or anything else you like to toss on the grill. Rub this onto your meat, let it sit a bit, then let the smoke and heat work their magic. This recipe will make enough for 6-8 slabs of ribs, but if you're not making that much the rub will keep in a jar. You'll have some ready to go for your next BBQ!
These hearty sandwiches are perfect for a Saturday night dinner or a tailgate with buddies. Or, slice the sandwiches in half and serve as a party platter. I let mine marinade overnight and they were perfect for a postgame victory celebration!
These tasty fajitas begin with grilled chicken topped with peppers and onions and covered in a zesty, creamy sauce. Get a can of chipotle chilis in adobo sauce. The smokey flavor is unique and they keep well in a sealed container in the fridge.
Skirt steak is a delicious cut of beef, but it has to be cooked over intense heat. Marinate the meat for 12-24 hours, then sear it over firey hot coals for an intense flavor and mouth-watering taste. The charred slices of steak goodness will have you coming back for more!
This savory marinade compliments one of the most delicious cuts of beef. The flavor is a little sweet, a little zesty, with just the right amount of vino! It will have you singing, "Red, red wine...stay close to me."
Grilled wings in a creamy garlic sauce make a tasty treat for your backyard barbeque. Don't be nervous about grilling with mayo if you've never done it before. It works great. These wings are a nice alternative to hot wings, although you can kick up the heat with a splash of hot sauce at the end. The recipe was inspired by my sister Sue who writes a "Wingscapade" blog from Jacksonville, FL.