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.
Scrape that crummy Quinoa cake off your gluten-free bun like a man. Then go to the kitchen and make what you really need: meat & potatoes. Also, bourbon. This all-in-one dream burger is coated with a thick bourbon BBQ sauce & topped with fries & cheese. That’s better. Leave the bird food burgers to the ladies.
Grilling season is officially here but you know what they’ve been saying about those old summertime staples: burgers & dogs. Seafood is probably a better choice and when you do it right—like skewering up some shrimp and veggies, you may never go back to the old tube steak.
You know dinner will be healthier & taste better if it’s not handed to you in a paper bag through a small window. So try this recipe. It’s almost as easy as drive-thru dining with the added bonus of no disgusting teenagers handling your food before you do.
Meatballs, pesto, marinara & cheese. You could combine these ingredients any which way you’d like—even put them in a blender—and they’ll be amazing. But before you go grabbing the blender, try making this sandwich first. Much better texture.
The waffle pizza is certainly nothing new. Kids across the western world have been burning the skin off the roof of their mouths with these since the earliest days of the Eggo. They’re just as tasty as you remember & couldn’t be easier to make.
Unless you screw this recipe up royally, we will guarantee that your homemade pizza rolls are better than those microwave ones your unfit mother bought for you all through high school when you refused to eat anything else. Next week: how to make homemade Mountain Dew.
Having no clue what to eat for breakfast is how you end up not and then you’re starving to death by like 10:30. So, if you’re down for eggs and spicy sausage, here’s a solution to your cluelessness. It’s called a recipe. Follow it.