Smoked Bangers & Mash

Some say don’t mess with the classics – but sometimes it’s totally worth it! I decided to try my hand at Bangers & Mash but add my own spin. I decided to make it in my Traeger and turned up with Smoked Bangers & Mash. The deep delicious Stout beer cooks down into a panContinue reading “Smoked Bangers & Mash”

Citrus Roasted Chicken

Ok before you say it – YES you can make a whole roasted chicken on a weeknight! And YES you will be eating before 8pm. The simple prep of this chicken makes it easy to get it in the oven and still get dinner on the plate at a decent hour. And the amazing flavorContinue reading “Citrus Roasted Chicken”

Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice

Cooking with Beef Jerky isn’t the most common, but it’s not uncommon. There are quite a few recipes out there to utilize jerky in main dishes. While it might be most likely to be used by hunters that turn their meats into jerky to make them last longer – you really can make some deliciousContinue reading “Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice”

BBQ Chicken Grilled Cheese

You might be thinking – how can you make a grilled cheese sandwich and call it dinner? Well you just pile on some delicious shredded chicken smothered in a homemade bbq sauce and bam! You have got a hearty and tasty meal – BBQ Chicken Grilled Cheese. I used sourdough bread (I found these greatContinue reading “BBQ Chicken Grilled Cheese”

11 Pasta Recipes for #NationalPastaDay

It’s National Pasta Day – they really do have a day for everything don’t they? But who doesn’t love a big bowl full of yummy pasta anyway! In honor of this amazing day – I have gathered together my favorite 11 Pasta recipes so you can decide what to make for dinner! Sausage & PeppersContinue reading “11 Pasta Recipes for #NationalPastaDay”

Hoisin Noodles with Tempura Shrimp

Sometimes you just need something real quick and easy to get on the table. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice taste or quality. Hoisin Noodles with Tempura Shrimp is ready in less than 30 minutes and so packed with flavor you are going to flip! The sauce you make for the noodle doesContinue reading “Hoisin Noodles with Tempura Shrimp”

Steak & Asparagus Benedict

I probably sound like a broken record at this point but – Sauces from scratch are always better and fairly simple to make! For Steak & Asparagus Benedict, a homemade Hollandaise is the 100% necessary. I used to be intimidated by hollandaise sauce and reach for a packet instead of making it on my own.Continue reading “Steak & Asparagus Benedict”

Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Shells

A little bit Mac & Cheese and a little bit Philly Cheesesteak…. and so so good! Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Shells are an amazing combo! The really yummy part of this was the made from scratch cheese sauce to incorporate in this dish. I thought I had made enough for leftovers…I was wrong! Knowing how toContinue reading “Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Shells”

Chicken Fried Pork Chops w/ Gravy!

Does it get more homecookin’ then Chicken Fried Anything with Gravy? The crispy crunchy outer coating over steak is a classic comfort food. So why not give the other white meat a little country lovin’ and make Chicken Fried Pork Chops w/ gravy smothered all over it? Dredging station set-up is real important to theContinue reading “Chicken Fried Pork Chops w/ Gravy!”

Antipasto Burger – so full of flavor!

You have probably seen Antipasto platters and Charcuterie Boards all over the place these days – they are basically the same thing. A collection of meats, cheeses, veggies and garnishes. But man are they a lot of work to build! When I really wanted to get the flavors of an Antipasto for a full meal,Continue reading “Antipasto Burger – so full of flavor!”

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