We enjoy this dish so much, it ended up replacing turkey as the traditional holiday main course.
My mom learned this recipe from her mother, Alma, who made it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. It was a must-have while the family was together; you couldn’t imagine seeing the card table, Scrabble, marbles, or any other games played after dinner without this snack there, on the table. It just wouldn’t happen.
This steak goes great with chimichurri sauce and pairs really well with a bold red wine.
After making barbacoa tacos, I wanted to try the same thing but with pork, instead of beef. Pulled pork has a completely different flavor space, from beef, so there’s a lot to play with. I didn’t want traditional pulled pork; my goal was tacos, so I wanted more spiciness, less barbecue.
Breakfast Tacos. With Barbacoa. That’s right – they’re amazing.
The joy of a crawfish boil is not just in the cooking & eating of crawfish. It’s the entirety of the affair: Friends, family & neighbors coming together to socialize around food. It’s an event, not just a meal.
Warm, creamy hot chocolate that’s easy to make.
It started with this tweet: https://twitter.com/squireX2/status/368001079977316352 Yumm, right? Alrighty, I have an idea for dinner. My thinking is this: You’re pretty much making the soup, minus the wet parts. Chicken, vegetables, spices, just no broth. I used Ree Drummond’s recipe as a guideline, because it’s just damn tasty. Enjoy! Print1 pack of thin-sliced chicken breasts1 […]
Blue Bell Ice Cream’s Homemade in the Shade is a treat, for those who’ve never had it. It’s simply homemade vanilla ice cream and a fudge swirl. It also makes a great frozen drink with a little bit of effort. Place 4, 5, oh hell, make it 6 scoops of the ice cream into a […]
With my crawfish boil coming up, I thought I would share the recipe I use. Try not to drool too much. This list is per sack (Each sack of live crawfish is 30-36 pounds in size.) 1 sack of swamp fire mix 1 jar of paprika (5-10 oz is good) 8 oz cannister of cayenne […]