To women, “superfoods” are things like kale and quinoa. Yeah, right. Superfoods to us come wrapped in bacon, stacked with cheese & deep-fried. Seriously, give her one bite of a pepperoni pizza potato skin and see if her definition of ‘super’ doesn’t change.
The difference between a so-so chicken enchilada and one that knocks your sombrero off can usually be traced to the enchilada sauce. You’ve gotta get (or make) the good stuff. A fresh, green sauce of roasted tomatillos & garlic makes all the difference. Follow this recipe & learn how to make the whole enchilada.
If you’ve never eaten a Reuben sandwich you may not know what’s in it. So here: it’s a Swiss cheese & corned beef, sando with sauerkraut and of course a special sauce, which is similar to Thousand Island dressing. Reubens are also served hot, okay? Now go make one, eat it, & be stoked.
Mardi Gras is French for “I’m already wasted.” But for those who want their Fat Tuesday celebration to last past sundown, you’d be wise to ingest something other than 80-proof liquor. Something that sticks to the ribs, like old-fashioned, New Orleans style red beans & rice.
At first, lasagna soup sounds weird, like cheeseburger cereal or vegan veal. But unlike these two fictional delicacies, lasagna soup will actually taste good. Italian sausage, tomatoes, & three types of cheese make it sort of foolproof.
If you’re itching for crabs, these gourmet crab cake sliders will quell your craving. Slather on some homemade tartar sauce and watch them disappear.
For regular season games, regular old, run-of-the-mill nachos are fine. But for the Superbowl, your nachos should be super, too. Whether your team wins or loses, this recipe, that adds spicy chorizo sausage to the mix will get the extra points on game day.
The day after you dust off the Crockpot to create this masterpiece you’ll have to cordon off the bathroom with crime scene tape but hey, a man cannot live on just beer & cheese. We also need pork, don’t we?
Wintertime is soup season. And honestly, you can do better than pouring yours out of a can. Loaded with sausage, beans, and vegetables, this recipe is heartier than you thought soup could be & actually much easier to make than you think.
We know you need no coaxing to scarf down copious portions of baked ziti laced with Italian sausage but if you knew baking it in a skillet created one less dish to wash after dinner, you might use this technique more often. You really might.