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.
I used to make jerky all the time. It’s easy and a great way to always have a healthy flavorful snack. These 2 recipes can be made with any of our spices. I chose my favorites based on the type of meat used for the jerky. Now you can also skip this recipe entirely and just buy jerky made with our spices and sauces.
A tasty Cajun recipe that will work with any fowl and makes a juicy bird dish. Slice and enjoy with mashed cheesy garlic potatoes.
The smoky flavor of the turkey really adds an extra dimension to a traditional enchilada. This isn't spicy hot, so if you want to add a little heat throw in some jalapenos.
This isn’t the chicken soup that inspired Andy Warhol. A flavorful recipe that works for either chicken or turkey, so try it out with both to see which is your favorite.
Try this leftover turkey inspired creation instead next time you are craving a grilled cheese. We've been making this recipe for so long we've got an old school picture of our very first sauce.