Oklahoma Fried Onion Burger Kent Rollins

  Oklahoma is known for more than just Kent Rollins and musicals. For almost a century, Oklahomans have enjoyed Fried Onion Burgers. Ross Davis of Ardmore, OK came up with this recipe as a way to cope with the high price of beef. Onions were cheap. During hard times, people find new ways to make…

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Authentic Japanese Beef Stir-Fry

Howdy and a good day to all of you from beautiful Oklahoma! We are ready to wok and roll with some tasty beef stir-fry. It is oh so simple and easy to make, and you are going to love it. This recipe is amazing, and it makes the best beef stir-fry I have ever had.…

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In honor of by beautiful wife, I am celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by making a kicked-up cowboy version of the classic Ruben sandwich. Shannon is of Irish heritage and she loves a good Ruben. We visited New York City three or four years ago and when we ate at Katz’s Deli, she told me that…

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Is there any fast food meal more iconic than a steak finger basket meal from the Dairy Queen? I’m not kidding when I say that I love this meal. I can make it all day long if I have some steak fingers and some gravy. I’m going to show you how to make these steak…

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These Hungry Man Salisbury Steak dinners have sure gotten me through some hard times, y’all. Shannon will tell you that I still sometimes grab these out the freezer at the grocery store from time to time. These TV dinners take you back to a time where you’d set up a tray in front of the…

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Folks, today I’m going to teach you something that will keep you out of the frozen food section and that will beat anything you’ve ever eaten at a state fair. I’m talking about Corn Dogs, one of the most American foods we can think of, and can find at any state fair in the country,…

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It’s time to ring in a New Year, and we’re going to do it with Cowboy Nachos. Now, when we add “cowboy” to any recipe, what does that mean? It means we’re adding a kick to what we’re cooking, so hold on tight while we kick up our nacho recipe. Gotta Have The Meat And…

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Buongiorno! Translated from Italian to cowboy language, that a greeting that means “good day.” For today’s Christmas edition, I’m taking a traditional Italian baked lasagna and putting a cowboy twist on it. Hey, that sounds like a good day to me! The foundation for any good Italian dish is the sauce. So I’m starting with…

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Up until now, you probably thought the only way to prepare prime rib was in the oven. Well, I’m fixin’ to show you how to get a juicy, butter-infused standing rib roast, aka prime rib, in the smoker. And I started the process three days ago. The star of this recipe is a Certified Angus…

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Your basic Tomahawk Steak is simply a bone-in, three-pound ribeye. In other words, a big hunk of meat. But don’t let that size intimidate you. I’ve got the tips and tricks to show you how to get outstanding smoky goodness from your Tomahawk Ribeye. Reverse (?) Seared What the heck is reverse searing? Well, we…

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