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4 votes, 4.75 avg. rating (93% score)

Difficulty: Beginner

Preparation Time: 10min

Yields: 4 Servings

Total Time: 25min

An interesting and delightful dish with the fragrant flavors of India, this easy recipe is perfect for a light weeknight meal. Read More »
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8 votes, 4.37 avg. rating (89% score)

Difficulty: Intermediate

Preparation Time: 20min

Yields: 16 Servings

Total Time: 2hr 30min

Not your traditional smoked pulled pork, but a really tasty and much quicker version. This pulled pork should be served over a soft hamburger roll and with my outstanding coleslaw. Read More »
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5 votes, 4.60 avg. rating (91% score)

Difficulty: Beginner

Preparation Time: 10min

Yields: 4 Servings

Total Time: 35min

This dish got its beginnings as a beef stroganoff recipe given to me by my Mom…I decided that I would add some brandy and chicken thighs to it and this is the result. A luxurious weeknight dish that tastes like it took hours to make! Don’t be shy with the lemon and the salt at the end of the cooking-the sauce can really stand up to a strong hand with the seasoning. Read More »
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3 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (95% score)

Difficulty: Beginner

Preparation Time: 10min

Yields: 1/2 Cup

Total Time: 10min

Sweet and spicy! This rub is for any meat that is going to be smoked. We love it with baby back ribs. Also use this rub for authentic barbeque taste with your oven-baked ribs! Read More »
Overall Recipe Rating
2 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (94% score)

Difficulty: Beginner

Preparation Time: 10min

Yields: 1/3 Cup

Total Time: 10min

Can be used on any type of pork or beef. This rub is smoky and spicy. Best if applied the night before Read More »
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7 votes, 4.14 avg. rating (86% score)

Difficulty: Intermediate

Preparation Time:

Yields: 8-10 Servings

Total Time: 8hr

Nothing could be better than brisket braised in bourbon and beer. Even though its not bourbon, I like to use Jack Daniels because it imparts a caramel flavor to the meat and I use a nice dark stout or porter beer here as well. This dish goes great with roasted potatoes or smashed and fried potatoes or the cheesy polenta. Read More »
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