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Always carry a large flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small snake. —
We at The Belly swear that we were surfing one day and found this honest to God recipe on the net (so you know it must be real).
Here’s a pretty simple way to give a venison steak a Chinese overhaul.
First of all… shoot him now. DO NOT WAIT TILL YOU GET HOME!
Are you hankerin’ for some hog? Get on board with the latest health craze in the nation and dig in to some Groundhog. We rounded up three of the most popular Groundhog recipes on the web for your enjoyment… not your eatin’ enjoyment- your readin’ enjoyment.
Here’s a tasty swordfish dish that adds just enough heat to the recipe to get your buds all fired up… not every fish dish needs to be so light.
We’ve said it before… what could be better than shrimp. Oh yeah, cajun shrimp.
Pretty much any recipe that has beer in the title is OK with us. This is a pretty simple broiled or grilled shrimp recipe that is sure to please your need for appetizers with just the right amount of heat.
Is cost no object when you prepare a meal? Then sick your claws into stuffed Maine lobster.
A gourmet dish that’s fast and easy to make. Serves 4 people.
This recipe is easy to make and its impressive. Don’t let the shopping list scare you because you really can’t go wrong with pork… or tequila.
Barbecue Rum Ribs are three words that are as good separately as they are together. Check it out!
Nothing beats a great rack. And ribs are no exception. We like ours steamed and grilled. Get your grill fired up on medium and lets get started.
Whether cajun cooking thrills you or scares you, here is a recipe we can all deal with—unless you don’t eat pork.
This recipe is great for a few reasons… obviously one of them is because you get to eat pork.. hot pork. Have copious amounts of beer standing by to extinguish the flames coming off your tongue.
Thick bacon wrapped around tender chicken breasts with cream cheese centers. Serves six people.