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.
Despite being based in Southern California, werd.com actually has roots in the deep south—New Orleans to be exact. So when we found this recipe for an authentic Louisiana bayou-style chicken & sausage gumbo, we just had to share.
Greasy. Bad for you. Onion breath. There are plenty of reasons to love onion rings. And the ones that come out of a bag from the freezer or get handed to you through a window are never going to be as good as your own homemade panko-crusted gourmet rings. Just try.
Second only to actual steak, steak fries stand very near the top of the man food pyramid. Thick slabs of starch boiled in oil become the perfect vehicle for the consumption of ketchup, and even though it doesn’t seem possible, potatoes kinda sorta count as a vegetable. Baked they’re even healthier and still pretty good.
The idea of making “homemade” Sriracha hot sauce is ambitious. Right up there with the thought of making your own “homemade” Doritos or Budweiser. But if you’re a dreamer and know your way around a pepper patch, we found the blueprint for making Sriracha at home. Give it a shot.
The down side of eating a regular, old burger is that you’re only ingesting one type of animal. If you want more fauna for your face, try this burger. It includes a poached egg (chicken!) plus bacon (the other white meat) and a dollop of hollandaise sauce to make it slide right down.
If you’re going to scrap that healthy eating regimen you’ve been on, you may as well go all in. With like, a corndog feast. Dipping hotdogs in cornmeal batter then frying them in oil is about as gnar as you can get. In other words, they’re incredible.
Southern cooking gets a bad rap mainly because the best stuff is fried in lard, rendered in fat, or swimming in drawn butter. But there’s no denying it’s tasty. This recipe for savory cornmeal waffles—stacked with pulled pork and barbecue sauce strikes a balance. It’s classic Southern style but won’t cause a coronary.