This is a combination of a few different recipes I have tried in the last few years. I prefer just cooking the roast and pouring the sauce on the buns, instead of mixing the sauce in with the meat. Play around with the rub if you like, and use either white or brown sugar, both work really well.
Credit goes to Mr. Food on this one, it's from his Southwest cooking cook book. I've made this three times now, and taken it on the boat with friends, it's been a huge hit each time. Kids and adults both enjoy this.
This is the way I always prepare my BBQ ribs. They result in fall off the bone tender ribs, and they are always a hit. The spices listed are what I submitted for this recipe, however I probably never use the same thing twice. Play around with those ingredients you enjoy the most. Prep time includes marinating time.
This is supposed to be a copy-cat of Pasta House Salad, but I think of it more as my step-mothers signature salad. We have this at every family function. It tastes very unique, and is also easy to prepare. I have often made it up the night before, salad in one bowl, dressing in another container, and then just combined the two prior to serving.
This is one of those recipes of my mom's that I simply can't master as well as she has. Barbara Mooers requested that I post it, so I did. My mom being a "dump cook" just throws it together and it tastes wonderful. I follow this recipe to the letter and it never tastes as good as hers though. Hope you have some luck with it.
We always had this at my grandparents on Christmas Eve. A coworker of mine, brought this into work a couple of years ago, and I got this recipe from her. It tastes just like I remember. It's just one of those recipes for me, that brings back memories of childhood. Plus I think it tastes pretty darn good. Cook time includes refrigeration time.
This was a creation of throwing stuff together one night when we had guests coming and I decided at the last minute I needed an appetizer. It was a total hit! They are now requested when we throw a party.
This is from Taste of Home, i tried it recently and it was a big hit. It's very simple to make, and is great when you want to spruce up a boring potato dish. They can also be served as appetizers I would think.
This is the closest thing I have found to the gooey butter cake my grandmother made. It has basic ingredients and is really simple to make. If you're worried about calories or fat grams this ones probably not for you. But if you're not, this is oh-so-gooey.
If you like garlic and shrimp, then I think you will enjoy this. We had this at a party, and couldn't get enough of it. I told a friend about how good it was, and she offered me this recipe. I make this often, we still can't get enough of it.
This recipe is from a Kikoman Soy Sauce Bottle. It was originally prepared in the microwave. But we like grilled country style ribs, and the marinade sounded good, so i adapted it to the grill. These are really good, and the garlic and honey make the recipe.
I got this out of a Fat-Free cookbook, Fat Free Living, along time ago, and I still make them every now and then. This is a good appetizer recipe. These are like a sweet and sour meatball. Very tasty, and no one will know they are lowfat if you don't tell them. Shhhhhh!
I LOVE wraps. I found this one on the internet, just a while ago. It's very good, especially if you like spicy, if you don't you can just omit the hot sauce. It's better than a plain on sandwich any time.