This is a truly tasty way to prepare beef sausages, especially if you use high-quality sausages and the right beer. I prefer a nice ale most of the time, but it's good with stout and porter. Try to stay away from the watery lagers. Oh, and this goes great with mashed potatoes!
I know it sounds like a really odd combination, but it turns out to be delicious. The blackberries give the soup a fantastic kick. I've also heard of blueberries being used instead of the blackberries, but I haven't tried it yet.
Snagged this recipe from a copycat cookbook I saw at BJ's. I had to keep repeating it in my head over and over again on the way home. Well worth the mental effort, though. Not only is it good for the onions, but it makes a great sandwich spread, especially on turkey breast.
This was passed along to me through my gf by one of her co-workers. Not sure where it came from. The original recipe called for crock-pottage, but it's simple enough to do on the stovetop. Serve with warm tortillas and celery sticks. Crumbled bleu cheese makes a nice garnish as well.
Buffalo chicken meets mac-n-cheese. How can you possibly go wrong? I threw this together for the end-of-the-year potluck lunch at the high school where I teach, and it went over really well.
Addendum: Like the first two reviewers, I also used Ken's. Worked great! However, I have to disagree with one reviewer about the celery. I've made this with and without the celery, and its inclusion really makes a world of difference in terms of texture.
AKA The Shrimp of Death. lol
These smokin' hot shrimp are sure to bring people to tears -- but in a good way. They're great as an appetizer if you use large shrimp as called for in the recipe, but this recipe also makes for a killer sauce for pasta or rice if you use smaller shrimp and remove the tails, as well as peeling them.