This is a really good spicy barbecue dry rub. I use it mostly on wings that I marinate 24+/- hours in the fridge, but have also used it on short ribs, too. It is really good, makes a lot. Use 2 tbs or so on 15 or so wings.
I found this recipe on the internet and have since made it several times. As it is very basic, add spices of your choice to increase the flavor. I am unsure of the size of the package of McCormick brown gravy mix so I guessed.
These have reached comfort food status in my house. Very easy to make, spices can be added to personal taste, same with types of cheese, sauce, etc. This can easily be adjusted to a lower fat version by adjusting the ground beef fat content, biscuits and cheese. I am sure there are lots of these recipes or similar variations floating around the Zaar.
Really good beer bread recipe. Also does well in muffin cups for a change of pace. Remember to pour butter ovr the top and cook for 10 more minutes, made the mistake once to put it all together first then cook- oops.
I have never blackened fish on the grill before, but was tired of my usual fish recipes so I gave it a try. Turned out great. The cajun seasoning has a measurement here (required), but I actually just dusted the steaks liberally with it on each side. Serve as a sandwich with a side of rice or by itself over rice.
This is one of our "winter" recipes. It's almost a chili, but not quite. Tastes great over white rice, or serve with cornbread or crackers. Very filling. Recipe does not call for water, but I add some just to give it a little more of a "soupy" quality. (the can sizes on the beans are guesses, I didn't look when I picked them up, use standard size cans).
Found this recipe at cooks.com. My goal in the summer of 2005 was to be "grill master." For Father's Day, my wife cleared out the kids and my gift was to get to grill ALL day long with no other responsibility. This is one of the many recipes I cooked that day.
Every summer I have a pepper garden, which produces way more peppers than we can eat! I messed around with various recipes and came up with this one for stuffed jalapeno peppers. Wife and co-workers like it a lot.
Found this recipe at Allrecipes when looking for an easy grilled pork recipe. Turned out very well. Used a meat thermometer to ensure doneness. This was done on a gas grill, so the directions cater to such. Adjust if using a charcoal grill accordingly. Hope you enjoy as much as my family did.
This is a recipe my mother made for me as a child. It's comfort food for the family. I have no idea where it came from, but I'm betting BHG or General Mills. Though I've not tried yet I'll bet premade pie crust would cut the time quite a bit.
This recipe comes from the Fix it and Forget It Cookbook. As written, it would not have turned out! For starters, 1hour on low did nothing to heat it. Second, it barely made 4 servings, so be warned. Third, you had way more biscuits than actual servings. But the flavor mix had potential, so that's why I'm posting it. I'd recommend playing with ingredient amounts and varied seasonings.
This recipe comes from Everybody Grills! by Char-Broil. I'm always looking for new grill recipes that stick to the basics (picky family) with some subtle new flavors (trying to branch out the picky family). The family loved it, the leftovers, while few, reheated well! Served this over rice with a green veggie side.
I found this recipe browsing another recipe site, but don't remember which one. I grow A LOT of hot peppers in the summer, but don't eat them (my wife does). She wanted a homemade salsa, with heat but not overwhelmingly hot. I tweaked the site recipe here and there with this outcome. Wife and co-workers really seem to like it.
I've had this recipe for years and only recently tried it. The consistency was great and prep was easy. I'm not a big fan of oysters as they gave it a strong pungent flavor-great for oyster fans, though. I have not tried it with minced clams yet, but I think it will be much tastier for my family.
My family are displaced East Coast Northerners, living in the land locked South. The only huge complaint being no beach and no fresh clams. I was raised eating this version of steamed clams. Now, even my 4 year old and 2 year old love these clams. They beg for them when we see them at the supermarket (which is rare). I get strange looks from the guy behind the counter when I stand there and check the clams for liveness (tapping, thumping, etc). I hope you enjoy them as much as we have.
This recipe comes from a Taste of Home cookbook. Neighbor gave me some ground venison, had to figure a way of using it. Very tasty dip. Good to munch on while watching a football game. I've listed it "as is," but would recommend a little less chili sauce and a little more garlic when you make it. My kids loved it as did I. BTW, I added a little hot sauce to my serving- very good!
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