We’ll admit, the greasy, frozen-then-deep fried Jalapeño Poppers found at restaurants where the menus feature pictures of the food are pretty hard to resist, especially after 3 or 4 pitchers. But try making your own at home—don’t skimp on the bacon—and we’re pretty sure yours will be better.
The picture alone is enough to make your mouth water unless you happen to be a lactose intolerant vegetarian. And if that’s the case, this recipe for a cheesy ravioli and Italian sausage skillet will only make you jealous.
Yes, deep-frying makes everything taste better but if you plan to peel that shirt off and jump in the pool this summer, chill on the grease intake. Instead bake your bird and when you coat it with your own homemade honey bourbon sauce, you won’t be missing out on any flavor – just that fat.
This simple recipe for homemade chicken fingers includes Doritos as one of the key ingredients. Though technically not a food item themselves, the Doritos add a satisfying crunch and snappy seasoning that is impossible to resist.
There’s a way to do lunch right & this is it. The ultimate California chicken & avo sandwich. It involves grilled boneless breast and bacon plus pesto, heirloom tomatoes, sprouts, and more. Better make 2, bro.
Unless for some reason you really just love getting a mouthful of hot cream cheese, these upgraded jalapeño poppers will be much better than the ones you’re used to. Filled with a mix of buffalo chicken, bacon, & spices, they’re sure to satisfy.
Summertime is taco time & while some may feel that the addition of a grapefruit & pomegranate salsa would nullify any recipe for Baja Fish Tacos, we think it’s great compliment to the flavors of deep-fried fish, fresh corn tortillas and of course the beer you’ll wash them down with.
Let those other dweebs eat their kale salad with quinoa. Over here, we’ll be filling up on the kind of food that makes men. That’s right, meatloaf. And not mom’s old standby. Real talk: this is a crispy, deep-fried meatloaf sandwich served on crusty bread with a dollop of mashed potatoes plus mushrooms and gravy. Hungry yet? Us, too.
Burgers & beer obviously go great together. And this recipe combines these two dietary staples into one culinary masterpiece. Follow the easy instructions and amaze your face.
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.