Sliders are a terrifically simple and tasty way to feed a group. Most sliders can be prepped ahead and popped in the oven to warm, then kept there until ready to serve. These easy Ham and Cheese Sliders are certainly one of those recipes that will please your party. These mini ham and cheese sandwiches are quick and easy.
After trying to many different pork BBQs over the years, he’s now kind of picky. He certainly has his favorites, but now (ahem) he has a new one: Balsamic Beer Braised Pork. I think I knocked his socks off with this one, y’all. And I’m telling ya, this recipe couldn’t be easier. We’ve tried all of the ways of cooking pork roasts over the years, some successful and worth the effort, while others were not so much, but this recipe for Balsamic Beer Braised Pork beats them all in my opinion. think our resident pork BBQ expert would agree.
This beer braised chicken checks all the boxes. The flavor is fantastic and it’s easy as can be. You might have enjoyed beer-can chicken before. That’s the one where a whole chicken is roasted on top of a beer can on the grill or in the oven. Beer braised chicken is the same general flavor profile but there are a couple advantages. First of all you can choose which chicken parts to cook instead of having to cook the whole thing. Secondly, beer roasted chicken is never dry. Yes, flavorful and juicy. And no, surprisingly it doesn’t have a strong beer flavor. This roasted chicken is well-seasoned and not dry. Really good. Really easy. A real winner.
Tomato sandwiches are a go-to summertime meal. Two slices of bread, mayo, salt and pepper make for a delicious seasonal lunch. But, when you are ready to step out and turn it up a little try this toasted tomato and basil creation. Tomato and fresh basil go together like Captain and Tennille, like bricks and mortar, like sand and surf … you know what I’m talking about. Bring mozzarella, olive oil and good bread to the party and you have quite an ensemble. But, tomato is still the star of the show.
This Bird Dog Pizza recipe is the basic Bird Dog recipe in pizza form. The Bird Dog pizza is also available from a local pizza restaurant. It’s our son’s favorite one to order. He orders it every single time we get take out, and every single time I sort of cringed thinking how odd it must be. That is until I tried it myself during that one very satisfying homemade pizza night a couple of weeks ago. No more cringing from me. No sirree bobtail. I couldn’t believe how unbelievable the combination was in pizza form. We were all fighting for the last piece.
BBQ Chicken takes a turn on top of pizza with this easy homemade BBQ Chicken Pizza Recipe. Easily use leftover chicken to make this super tasty pizza in no time. It’s quicker than ordering take out! Summertime means many wonderful things, one of which is barbecue. This savory, southern staple can be dripping off the…
That’s when I like discovering low-carb recipes like this one for Asparagus and Shrimp Salad tossed with a light Lemon Dill Vinaigrette. So simple, yet so full of flavor. Plus it looks kind of fancy too. No one will ever know that it took less than 30 minutes to put together. This Asparagus and Shrimp Salad is also perfect for making ahead for a picnic or luncheon or as the perfect light lunch to take to work. Eat this salad alone as a light dish or if you’re not concerned with carbs, toss with pasta or couscous for a more hearty meal.
This White Wine Tomato Braised Chicken Recipe combines white wine, herbs and tomatoes with chicken for an easy and satisfying meal that the whole family will love. This savory dish is full of rich hearty flavors without leaving you feeling stuffed. White Wine Tomato Braised Chicken is a great comfort food for cooler temperatures, but it’s also a terrific option for warmer weather, enjoyed over fluffy rice with a light salad.
Here in South Carolina we don’t always have the best selection of Alaskan fresh fish so when when the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute contacted me about sending some Wild Alaska halibut (the steak of seafood) to try, I was more than tickled. I knew exactly what I would make with it before it arrived at our door, but instead of a Potato Encrusted Halibut I prepared a Pecan Encrusted Halibut. Nothing but a simple coating with pecan bits, a quick sear, a visit to the oven to finish up and it was perfectly done in no time. I served it along with a mushroom risotto and easy Roasted Asparagus and it was just like being at Brick Street only I was barefoot. Try this one soon the next time you’re able to purchase Wild Alaska halibut. I think you’ll enjoy this a lot.
You know those recipes that sound to fancy to prepare at home so the only time you enjoy them is at restaurant where you usually pay up to five times for what it actually costs? Well, Chicken Marsala doesn’t have to be one of those. It may sound fancy, what with Marsala in the title and everything, but it really isn’t. As a matter of face, it’s quite easy. And once you make it a few times, you’ll be cruising on your own without having to refer to the recipe at all. This recipe could easily become a weekly special on your menu. Really.