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Although you can eat this anytime of the year, it’s known as a St. Patrick’s Day favorite, part of our Cead Mile Failte St. Pat’s article.
This is a great chili recipe for all of you lazy shlubs out there who want home made chili and want it NOW!
Anytime you combine beer and beef into any type of recipe you know that it’s gonna knock your freggin’ socks off.
Mama mia, that’s a spicy meatball. A few simple additions to your ground beef will make this burger as sweet as a sausage.
A couple of nights ago I was hungry and sober, so I decided to kill two birds with one stone.
Great appetizer… small amount of work.
Wings cooked with the Original Hot Wing Sauce developed and perfected at Frank & Theresa’s Famous Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York.
I’ve been all around this great country of ours and I’ve tried a lot of Buffalo wings… from “sweet” to “classic” to “atomic.” Armed with a well-traveled palate for poultry, I’ve created an all encompassing guide to create your own Belly Burning Buffalo Wings at home.
Our own Grand Chef brings this to the table. Chicken loaded with jalapenos and Tequila. Get some before he goes back for thirds with a load on.
This was formerly called lazy man’s chicken but the ladies seem to love it so much that my slugging percentage dramatically increases whenever I make it – if you know what mean.
One day Frank was looking for a way to punch up his classic chicken parm dinner. He stumbled upon his secret ingredient, like so many of us do, while starring into a mostly empty refrigerator.
We found something for all you weirdos that like chili but not the beefing kind. This will serve about 6 of you with no seconds, so if you’re hungry plan ahead.
This is the type of dish you make for your girlfriend’s parents after they find out that you’ve be doing it in their bed. It’s real good but takes some work.
Another of John’s favorite chicken dishes. John likes to play fast & loose with the rules of culinary expression (that means he makes a big mess as he’s cooking).