Quick, before the leftover St. Patty’s Day corned beef starts turning green, turn it into hash. This recipe is about as difficult as frying an egg—and actually, if you can pull off cooking both the hash & the egg, you’ll have yourself quite the breakfast.
Men don’t always make muffins but when they do, they should be Spaghetti Pie muffins. Meat, cheese, sauce, pasta. Think of them as bite-size mini lasagnas. Then think about how many you would make disappear.
90-percent of us fellas have no idea what “braised” even means but since these chicken enchiladas are braised with beer, it’s high time we figure it out. Enchiladas are classic, hearty Mexican fare, and obviously they’re even better with beer.
When she says it’s your turn to cook dinner, go ahead and make a fat batch of these Sriracha-loaded Sloppy Joe Fries. You’ll have a hell of a hot meal and she won’t leave dinner up to you for a long time. Win-win.
That Prince of Foods, the almighty Grilled Cheese can only be improved by degrees. Like adding 2 or 3 beers as a side dish or maybe this: ramming it full of homemade meatballs and tomato sauce. C’mon, you can do it. Just follow the recipe.
Let some other schmuck show up to the Turkey Day feast with the embarrassing/sad holiday classic, green bean casserole. A guy like you should show up with this delectable showstopper. Whipped bourbon bacon sweet potatoes taste as good as they sound and if prepared with care, will be devoured instantly.
After you’re done with your bee-pollen & Kale smoothie you’ll need a real breakfast. And this one is so legit it will cause your chest hair to grow chest hair. It’s a pancake recipe that includes beer and bacon on the ingredient list. Yes, man food. You’re welcome.
Proper pre-game plans always include food. And beer. These beer-brined and Sriracha slathered chicken skewers combine your two tailgate staples into one spicy, easy-to-eat recipe that will get you geared up for the game.
Anyone can grab a bucket of KFC but if you’d prefer to know that what you’re eating is real & also really good, check this recipe out instead of the drive-thru. The secret is the buttermilk marinade, bro. For real.
Eating homemade onion rings with a tasty tequila batter will not get you drunk but remember, you’ll have a bottle of tequila open & a sharp knife in your hand, so please cook responsibly.