Really good steak sliders with just a few basic ingredients one being some excellent cheese. Next to it was a thick cut shredded cheddar by Tillamook. I’ve had it before but never realized how much better it is among the affordable cheese section.
These jumbo grill Gulf Coast shrimp turned out mighty fine and very simple to cook. If you can’t find head on shrimp or gulf shrimp it’s fine to use what’s available. Honestly it’s a cleaner eating experience removing heads and tails when shelling.
These taco dogs were fantastic and similar to some dogs made a few weeks ago. Didn’t use our suggested amount of Taco Dust which confirmed the minimum amount suggested for one pound of beef is ¼ cup. Either way it’s gonna be messy cause queso ain’t containable.
This is pretty similar to the last Chicken Enchiladas recipe on here with a couple hop-ups and speed in mind. Instead of making the verde sauce I bought mine. Verde sauce is really done one way unless you are on a quest to make
Guess since it’s Easter weekend my meat merchant has a lot of roasts on sale. I don’t know what cut this was, probably a roast. Takes some time to make but will last a while and make great leftovers.
This is a less complex lasagna `that’s a little pricey but makes a lot. This is one of my 1st recipes when I moved outa Mama’s house and had, had enough of fast food. I’m trying to write this after eating that. Simple burn out below from my barely legible notes below.
I do ribs all kinds of ways via homemade electric smoker, charcoal grill slow smoke, a true smoker, and the oven. Mostly I only do “low-n-slow”, there are several techniques to smoking but in the long run low-n-slow is baking. Anyways, I’m rambling.
Although the other sliders were great they are different. These made things tickle and for the record I wouldn’t call these sliders. They are more like mini burgers for adults or, whatevs… call’em whatever you want 😉
It’s an older recipe I wanted to keep because the verde sauce made me feel like a sinner. The fam and I were just talking about chicken tenders quality. The premo chicken isn’t that much more expensive and again there are less rubber bands
I dig the flat bottom tacos because I never have to buy or clean a taco stand. It was St. Patty’s day and I noticed a display of glorious green corn tortillas ripe for the pickin. The insides of these tacos aren’t all that pretty but pretty dang good especially with the weak queso drizzled over the meat.
Nice white sauce a little different from parmigiano typically used in Alfredo sauces. Used Oaxaca cheese, browned garlic, and shrimp pieces as a part of it. I usually never veer from parm but did this time and it worked out great.
These nachos beat any drive through and the big plus was they weren’t soggy from a drive home. For the meat and cheese part I made sort of a thick queso that was mixed 1 TexMex taco meat and .50 Velveeta cheese. It played a big part in my h*ll yeah moment. It’s been extra busy
You can put all kinds of ingredients on a stick! Shrimp, chicken, and my favorite flat iron steak. The rice idea came from a friend’s pork chop slow cooker recipe that looks ugly as hell but taste fantastic.
I saw a Subway commercial and in my quest to not frequent fast food I created this typical meatball sub. It was also a good time for me to test Uglyade in the weird spots I like a vinegary twang. The meatballs are a little different than what my Grandmother made but pretty good and a nice twist
Losing time, short on supplies, and not interested in going to the grocery was the inspiration for this simple taco dinner. Just grilled fajitas, homemade tortillas, cheese and a shot of Irish Salsa. Irish Salsa is our problem child
The problem is when you get it home it doesn’t look like the picture. In my never ending quest to not have to close my eyes when I eat, this taco tize monstrosity happened.
Probably my favorite steak is the flat iron or blade steak. The inspiration for the dish was for testing our other seasoning Cluck and what it taste good on. The hardest part of this recipe would be cooking the steak unless you already had leftover steak.
A favorite all time burger of mine but I have to admit this one was too big. You see a lot of huge burgers on Instagram and I let it go to my head. Although a great burger, I like a burger I can control with one hand max two.
Taco salads you see out in the wild aren’t taco salad to me probably because my way is not what’s normal.. This salad is very easy to make and open for more ingredients you’d like to add.
These tacos had a very fresh taste with simple ingredients and very easy to make. This was done in the early days of Uglyade as I was beginning to realize Uglyade is not only a marinade but a great salad dressing too.
The salad is identical to our Mango Shrimp Salad and using queso fresco cheese instead of shredded colby. Well, and it’s a wilted salad if you dig it that way too.. To get this dinner to the table takes no time at all however, you do have to plan a day before.
For whatever reason I once again picked up a white meat pork roast thinking I could smoke it into greatness. That didn’t happen but in an effort to not waste, I pulled pork apart and simmered it in RUST for an hour. From dry to alright, alright, alright…
This dinner I often call “rich people food” is a simple one compared to some of my similar bruschetta builds with crab, shrimp, oysters… If I remember right I was testing a fresh made batch of our Smoked hot sauce. This recipe take some planning if you don’t have cooked brisket lying around.
My bud Corkey made me these one day and it instantly turned into my favorite hot dog. This was done with deer chili and deer links but since people including me don’t always have venison laying around consider ingredients being beef and a Texas hill country type sausage.
I love to create cook and making my own food rounds out to what you see on IG. You get to know Texas Butter and I am not destroying my body, as badly… This is a typical hamburger pan fried with Smoked on top to bring the outside in.
This recipe was made while we were testing a new marinade now known a Uglyade. Since we had the supplies at hand and needed to eat, this fantastic inexpensive steak dinner was created.
Pretty simple, quick, cheap and delicious fajita twist. When you find out you are out of tortillas beautiful things can happen. This fajita sub was the result of that night. I grilled the fajitas on a hibachi which is a little more difficult when the wind is blowing. Any grilling method you dig by all means, do that. The guac is a simple one that keeps the pallet focused on the avocado’s flavor.
Grilled flank steak or blade steak cooked blue which is one step colder than medium rare. We used Dawgs Bark to season this steak but you could use anything. The fries are from frozen “steak cut” covered in queso.
One night using eggs, tater tots, bacon, and queso. It came out really good so we wanted to make sure and share this with you.
This recipe is Baby Back pork ribs seasoned with Dawgs Bark seasoning. Slow smoked for 6 hours over mesquite wood and charcoal. Dirtyleg was used at the end as a mop and dipping BBQ sauce.