"No need to hunt through kielbasa recipes, this smokey take steals the show as a hearty home-style, all-in-one meal. It's especially perfect on those cold late fall and early winter nights."
"These smoky, spicy Sloppy Joes — or “Sloppy Jenns” as we call them around here — are great for back to school and football season. Unlike most Sloppy Joes, they’re made entirely from scratch (read: no ketchup or mystery seasoning packets) and they’re not sweet. The ingredient list looks long but don’t let that deter you; the recipe is easy to throw together on a busy weeknight."
"With tender chunks of beef enveloped in a deep, spicy and smoky sauce, Texas beef chili (or Chili con Carne) is essentially a chili-flavored beef stew. I can’t claim this version is authentic — I’ve never even been to Texas — but it is immensely satisfying, and everything I imagine the ultimate Texas beef chili to be. The recipe requires over an hour of prep and active cook time, plus several hours to simmer on the stove so it’s best to make it on a lazy weekend."
No doubt about it, six tablespoons of cayenne is a lot, but that's what Hattie B's considers "medium." For a milder heat, decrease to two tablespoons.
A great sesame chicken recipe!
According to AllRecipes.com, this is the Web site's most popular recipe and possibly the most viewed among English-language sites.
What’s not to love about the marriage of potato chips and fried chicken tenders?!
This recipe is WORK IN PROGRESS -- SORRY!!
Its just missing the instuctions..Check back in the future!!!
- tledbett 9/25/2011, 4/2/2016
Whiskey Skirt Steak
This is a recipie for pizza dough snagged from the Fabulous Foods website and modified slightly.
Barack has been known to brag about his chili, and today Good Morning America ran the recipe.
This chicken BBQ Indian style recipe is great mainly because of all the herbs and spices used.