Tag: meat

Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Pork Chops for Grilling

A while back we visited Wisconsin and son-in-law Mark grilled us some bacon wrapped stuffed pork chops for dinner. They were great and I left wanting to not just replicate the butcher’s recipe, but add some tricks I learned over the years related to the chops and vegetables that were […]

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Well it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day so we were asked if we have a favorite corned beef and cabbage recipe. We do but in truth, almost all such recipes are similar and contain the same ingredients. Search the internet for the best recipes and you’ll see that’s true. Ours is […]

Kentucky Pot Roast

People often ask how to make an easy but very flavorful pot roast. After evaluating everything from the many Mississippi pot roast recipes and experimenting over the years with old time pot roast recipes found in local cookbooks, we came up with one that is pretty darn hard to beat. […]

Short Ribs

I always found it funny how often people seemed to order short ribs when dining out because they are so easy to make inexpensively delicious at home. We developed a great short rib recipe, which college student nephew Mateaus loved so much after visiting he had to learn the recipe […]

Steak Marinade

Every so often we just don’t have the time to drive to our favorite butcher shop to get meat. We might hit the local grocery store, choose simple choice beef or get less then the best steaks possible. So the question is, how do I make my steak delicious. The […]

Pork Tenderloin

How do you make a pork loin delicious my friends? Only one way. You marinate it. Yep, if you want to move away from mediocre often dry pork loin, you just have to marinate it and then pop it on the grill! Sure, we’ve had many pork loins over the […]

Smoked Pork Shoulder (Pulled Pork)

Making this at home spoiled us from ever fully enjoying pulled pork elsewhere. The juicy flavor and texture becomes apparent as soon as you pull the shoulder blade bone out of the meat after smoking. Some people have tried this without injecting the meat but we personally find that there […]

Kentucky Meatloaf

There are a million and one meatloaf recipes, so why is this one included as one of the best Kentucky tasting meatloaf recipes? Well, it is not only tasty as all heck but it’s another secret family recipe we think you find unique. It takes a little more time than […]

Italian Meatballs

We made these meatballs for the famous Rizzardi Italian family, and they loved them. How could we not include them as one of the best recipes on this blog? After these meatballs are cooked as directed, put them into your sauce to simmer for 30 minutes. They will infuse with […]

Smoked Baby Back Ribs

Smoking is an art, though it’s made much better today by having great smoking equipment. We now use a pellet smoker. I know real smoking experts will say that’s blasphemy but you know what, it tastes just as good as it would in a real log smoker, allows me to […]