Gumbo is a type of stew that originated in southern Louisiana during the 18th century. It consists primarily of a some sort of stock, meat or shellfish, a roux, and the “Holy Trinity” onions, celery, bell peppers, and onions. What if you could make this delicious dish without all of the fuss and the oil…
Beef Grillades (pronounced ɡree-yahds) and Grits is a classic New Orleans dish. The beef is cooked in a flavorful gravy accented with the Trinity of onion, celery, and bell pepper until it is fork tender. Beef Grillades is made extra special when served with Smoked Gouda Grits. It’s not only delicious when first made, but…
Nothing speaks classic New Orleans cuisine like Spicy New Orleans Jambalaya. Laizzez les bons temps rouler with this delicious one-pot meal that’s perfect for Mardi Gras. It combines rice, shrimp, chicken, and andouille sausage in a spicy tomato sauce enhanced by the holy trinity.
Easy Instant Pot Baby Back Ribs are moist, fall-off-the-bone tender, and absolutely delicious. The Instant Pot reduces the what normally takes hours to cook, to minutes – 25 minutes to be exact. Add another 20 minutes or so to finish them off, and be prepared to be blown away!
Oklahoma Fried Onion Burgers are incredibly easy to make and insanely delicious. The key to making these mouth-watering burgers featured in Cooks Country is to smash thinly sliced onions into the ground beef before cooking. The result is golden caramelized onions embedded a perfectly cooked burger!
Instant Pot Pulled Pork is moist and fall-apart tender with a Bourbon Infused Barbecue Sauce that’s a perfect blend of sweet and tangy. This pulled pork is delicious on its own, but even better when paired with Bourbon Infused Barbecue Sauce, homemade slider buns, and homemade coleslaw.
If you like nachos, you’ll absolutely love this Easy Cheesy Nacho Casserole. I made it with a delicious spicy meat mixture with rice, two cheeses and sour cream. Then, I finished it off with additional cheese, tortilla chips, and an incredible nacho cheese sauce! It’s not only easy to make, but also can be made…
Old Fashioned Salisbury Steak is a savory dish made with seasoned ground beef and smothered in a delicious onion and mushroom gravy. It’s a snap to make, and produces leftovers that are just as good the next day.
It’s now grilling season, and ribs are a definite classic for summer grilling. These tasty Grilled Baby Back Ribs are slow cooked in the oven with a dry rub, and grilled to perfection over hot coals with the awesome Bourbon Infused Grilling Sauce.
Enchiladas with Awesome Red Sauce – the name says it all! The enchiladas start with a spicy meat mixture wrapped in a tortilla shell. Then, they’re topped with an incredible red sauce, onions and cheese, and baked to bubbling perfection.
A long, slow cook is a key to a good, fall-apart pulled pork. The sous vide method ensures not only the long, slow cook but also a consistent temperature. It produces an incredibly moist and tender pork. You have a winning combination when paired with my balsamic sauce and homemade hamburger buns.
If you like the Crunchwrap Supreme from a local fast food chain, then you’ll absolutely love this Tasty 7 Layer Quesadilla Wrap. While it’s somewhat of a copycat, it’s so much better. Tasty 7 Layer Quesadilla Wrap is not at all doughy, and you can actually taste the yummy ingredients!