These three words should tell you everything you need and want to know about this recipe: macaroni, cheese, and beer. Okay, hungry now?
If you have high blood pressure or hemorrhoids, you’ll probably want to stay away from coffee-rubbed barbecue burgers. But if mentioning ’roids twice hasn’t caused you to lose your appetite already, this is a recipe you’ll honestly want to try.
Unless you wear a white chef’s coat at your day job, lamb is not an item on most guys’ grocery list, but there’s no reason it shouldn’t be. Lamb is as easy to prepare as any of its four-legged fellows. This recipe for lamb kebab sliders turn the somewhat exotic meat into certified dude food while a simple but savory coriander mint mayo adds gourmet flair.
Nobody eats chicken fried steak because it’s healthy. We eat it because it’s fried in boiling oil and this age-old technique makes just about everything taste amazing. Equally amazing is how simple chicken fried steak is to prepare. And if you’ve never fried beef, give it a go.
If you’re the traditional meat and potatoes type, you should probably try Cherkees. They’re potato chips loaded with chunks of beef jerky. The good news: they’re not fried plus they’re low in fat and pack 12 grams of protein per serving.
Yes, making your own homemade salsa is a bit more involved than pouring it out of a jar, but not much. In terms of difficulty and prep time, it’s on par with making a sandwich, so why not give it a shot? You’ll eliminate preservatives, loads of sodium, and come off like a real pro when the chips get dipped.
When’s the last time you chomped down on your childhood favorite, the good old PB & J sando? Maybe you’re too grown up for that stuff now. Or maybe you just didn’t know about The Jam Shop’s booze-infused jellies and jams? Drunken Monkey features bananas and a splash of rum, while the Bourbon Blueberry has … you get the idea.
Dude, this is you. We found a recipe for the bomb-ass pulled pork sandwich. We knew you’d be down because this recipe has just three ingredients: pork, root beer, and barbecue sauce. After a few hours marinating in root beer, the pulled pork just melts in your mouth. Trust us on this one.