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Pan Seared Steak topped with garlic parmesan butter Why Pan Seared Steak? Steak. For carnivores steak is the pinnacle, the top of the food pyramid.  There’s nothing like sinking your teeth into a perfectly cooked steak that’s tender and juicy in the middle with a sear on the outside to lock in all that flavor.  A friend of mine asked me for directions...

Having a party or a potluck and want to be the talk of the day?  This is just the thing.  This sausage cream cheese dip is served warm and even doubling this recipe never seems to be enough.  This uses hot sausage, sour cream, cream cheese, and a host of peppers and vegetables!  Make this easy recipe the day before your event then simply put it in a slow cooker...

Family Friendly Chili Everyone and their sister’s neighbor have a chili recipe.  I have more than a few myself. This one however is special for two reasons, first for how easy it is to make (I had this in the slow cooker and cooking in 14 minutes.)   And secondly this is a great family friendly chili that’s not too hot, nice and thick with powerful...

The big game is a just over a week away and you’re not sure what to make? Here’s a suggestion, Garlic Parmesan Wings, that’ll knock your socks off with flavor.  Within the next couple of days look for postings on the Best Ever Family Friendly Chili recipe and Hot Sausage Dip. For potlucks or parties I make this ahead of time then on the day of...

Maple Sausage Gravy Biscuits and maple sausage gravy, what’s not to love?  When you make these the whole house will be filled with the smell of love, and maple sausage.  This sausage gravy is so easy to make and so good that you’ll find yourself and you’re family wanting it for breakfast all the time. Let’s give credit where credit is due....

Some people love leftovers and others hate them.  I’ve got the solution right here with macaroni and cheese that you make from scratch and add in some leftover chicken (or turkey since this is right after Thanksgiving).  What you have is a great new meal. Any time you buy a rotisserie chicken from your local market, fried chicken from your favorite fast...

When I was growing up, it wasn’t dinner unless meat and potatoes were being served. Now that I’m older I know that there’s lots of other options but sometimes, when you’re really seeking comfort food,  you just can’t deny that there’s any better comfort food than getting back to basics with pot roast. This pot roast is very easy...

If ever there was a food that got no respect, it would be coleslaw.   Most people grab a little coleslaw just because it’s there.  This recipe is for coleslaw that people will crave and it’ll go to the front of the line for seconds and recipe requests. {"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Recipe","image":"http:\/\/guyfoodguru.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2014\/10\/Picture5.png","recipeIngredient":["1...

This is a great dry rub that can be used on pork roast, chops, and ribs.  I use this on any pork I’m going to smoke or grill. A bottle of this will last through the whole grilling season. {"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Recipe","recipeIngredient":["3\/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar\r","\r","3\/4 cup white sugar\r","\r","1\/2...

Makes 2 cups The secret ingredient for the best bbq chicken.  Sprinkle liberally over washed, patted dry, and lightly oiled chicken pieces.  Cook over indirect heat about 1 hour. Brush on bbq sauce (if desired) the last 15 minutes of cooking. {"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org","@type":"Recipe","recipeIngredient":["1\/2 cup kosher salt\r","\r","1\/2...