A simple red sauce using tomato juice as it's base, adding garlic, Parmesan and meatballs and then simmered for hours. I often cheat and use precooked frozen Italian meatballs but if you are using your own, be sure to brown them in a skillet or in the oven before adding them to the sauce.
This is a nice, smooth, cream cheese & noodle casserole with a tomato based sauce and was a favorite of mine when I was growing up. Mom says it's been in the family for years! Feel free to tinker with the amounts!
This is a great rub for any thick cut of meat! All of the ingredients are easily found wherever you live (and that's important to me in recipe-ingredient-challenged northwestern Pennsylvania). If you are like me and enjoy watching those BBQ cook-offs and festivals on TV, this an easy way to get into the act using your basic backyard grill. I use a standard dual burner gas model; if you have a "Weber" charcoal kettle, so much the better!
Why use a canned sauce when you can make these Sloppy Joe's from scratch in less than 30 minutes? A blend of fresh onion, pepper and garlic with select spices and easy to find ingredients make this not only the tastiest but also the easiest Sloppy Joe recipe you will ever try!
My signature recipe...chicken breast wrapped with bacon and simmered in cream of chicken soup w/sour cream. Served with a side dish of jasmine rice and steamed broccoli... You'll have to try this at home!
The sweetest pork roast you will ever taste and I guarantee it! This recipe has garnered more accolades than any other I have posted! In particular, if you want to make your Easter, New Years, or just this Sunday's dinner a memorable one...look no further!
Tender cuts of red beef coated with salt, sugar, black pepper...AND...freshly ground coffee. The steaks are pan-seared and either oven finished or over a smoking hot grill! Served with a baked potato and salad...
A traditional chili recipe to start (or never change a thing)! Feel free to add freshly chopped assorted hot peppers, grind your own dried chillis, and chase it all down with mezcal, salt and lime! Enjoy!
Imagine, a romantic table for two, candlelight and a bottle of Merlot or Beaujolais. Dinner is a medley of roasted red potatoes and onions surrounding a tender cut of round roast (yes, round roast!)
This aromatic beef falls apart over a bed of carmalized potatoes and onions!
Kitchen aromas are at their tantalizing best when preparing this sofrito. The addition of a German Riesling completes this wonderful process. Served over a bed of hot cooked fettuccinine, the only requirement of the diner is to take his or her time to savor the experience!