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Cheesy Potato Bake This dish is one of the easiest/cheesiest things you can make.  Tomorrow I have a potluck at work and this is perfect. 10 minutes of prep time and 35 minutes of cooking and everyone is happy! {"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Recipe","image":"http:\/\/guyfoodguru.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2015\/04\/20150426_162442.jpg","recipeIngredient":["1...

  Sweet Smoked Baked Beans I’ve been to more than a few BBQ’s, parties, and pot-lucks where I show up with these baked beans to see that more than a few other people brought beans too.  Every time that happens I end up going home with an empty container, a boat load of compliments, and a big smile on my face. With a rich smoky smell and a sweet...

  Beef Stroganoff Looks can be deceiving. How can something that looks so eh taste so good?  I’m about to show you, cause this stuff is great!  This beef stroganoff is chunks of beef cooked tender all day long in a slow cooker with some onions, golden mushroom soup, cream of celery soup and a little pepper. And then, after cooking all day, add in some...

Baked Ziti I was watching a science fiction movie recently and starting thinking of reasons why aliens would want to travel across the cosmos to visit us. The common theme in the movies is that they come here for to wipe us out and take over.  I have a different theory, they come for the food!  A visit to Earth is probably much like the 30 mile detour that we...

Meatloaf With A Twist Hint: It’s the Goldfish What says home cooking and comfort food more than meatloaf?   I don’t know either… This recipe uses moist ground chuck roast along with the sharpness added with onion soup mix, brown sugar for a little sweetness, Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning for a bit of bite. And then there’s the...

Crunchy Cashew Broccoli Salad Man doesn’t live on meat alone, sometimes we need to throw a salad into the mix too. This broccoli salad is a great way for you to get all the nutritional benefits of broccoli along with the great tastes of dried cranberries, cashews, and red onion mixed in with a slightly sweet dressing. This is the same dressing used for Sweet...

Loaded Potato Salad  Loaded Potato Salad Prepare to be the hit of any party.  I’ve been hounded for years to release this recipe, now here it is. This is a potato salad like none you’ve ever had.  Think loaded baked potato with cheese, bacon, sour cream, along with red and green onions in a salad.  There’s a whole lot of prep and a lot of chopping...

Chicken and Dumplings I can’t be the only one that loves walking into the house after a long day at work only to be greeted by the smell of dinner already done. This recipe for chicken and dumplings is very easy and quick to put together in the morning before you leave for work and it’ll be ready and waiting for you when you get home.  All you’ll...

Smoked Brisket Smoked Brisket Imagine yourself biting into a piece of beef that literally dissolves in your mouth, this is brisket. Few things are more rewarding than taking on smoking a brisket for 12-14 hours or more. Slightly smoky aroma and taste, with hints of a wonderfully flavorful rub that’s been absorbed throughout the meat. Although this is something...

This rub works great on any beef recipe on the grill or smoker.  I regularly use this when smoking beef ribs, Beef Tri-Tip, and Brisket.  It can be strong so be sure to apply it light and evenly on your brisket or ribs and not heavily caked on. A version of this rub was originally found on AmazingRibs.com . I’ve adapted that recipe for my use. ...