Throwback recipe from childhood. Much better ingredients that the canned stuff.
Do you enjoy Buffalo wings, but don't always like the mess? This dip is just like eating your favorite flavor of wings without the need for packs of wet wipes.
This versatile recipe can be cut down to a simple quick cooked chicken option or infused with spice by using the 2+ hour marinade method. Pick your favorite sturdy leafy green but this recipe recommends savoy cabbage for its natural cupping and flavor. Either way you'll never look at vegetation the same way again.
This recipe has brining options for starting with a frozen or fresh turkey.
This stuffed burger is full of delicious juicy flavor from the meat and the gooey filling inside.
This picture does not do justice to this delicious sauce. It made the chicken fantastic. Recipe makes 4 servings plus extra sauce.
This hearty spiced soup gets a mild smoky flavor from the sausage. Feel free to substitute bacon or just use plain leftover chicken or turkey.
This recipe is perfect for leftover turkey or chicken.
Grilling burgers during the summer is a true red, white and blue tradition. Step your game up this season when friends and family come over by rolling out a condiment bar that's a step above.
A tasty versatile brine recipe that works well with pork and poultry. Soak a turkey in if for 2-3 days for an amazing roast bird, or drop a pork loin roast in the brine for a day and be blown away by the flavor.