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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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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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the holiday season, when there’s plenty of food, family, food, friends, football, and … food! I always like to add a little something extra to a Rollins’ holiday feast, to use as an appetizer or maybe just something to snack on while watching the games on TV.…

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I don’t know about you, but a good melt-in-your-mouth Thanksgiving turkey just makes me want to dance. Stay tuned, ’cause I’m fixin’ to show you how to prepare a turkey that’s tender and juicy, with a crispy skin that’s just full of flavor. Y’all hang on, ’cause it’s gobble, gobble time in this cowboy’s camp.…

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We’re going a little Cajun today and cooking up a traditional Louisiana gumbo, but of course, we’re gonna doing it cowboy style with the help of our friend Justin Wilson. Take Your Time The recipe for this Cowboy-style Cajun Gumbo is really easy, but it does take a little time. If you try to rush…

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It’s Fourth of July time, so let’s break out the grill and give the traditional hot dog a break this holiday.  We are making the ultimate foot long with grilled hot links and kielbasa sausage. Not Really a Foot Long Ok, so I lied. The title says “The Ultimate Footlong” when in fact were are…

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Well folks it’s grilling season. You know I like me some beef, but today we are looking at chickens, and not just any yard bird, we are grilling up some thighs. It’s an overlooked cut sometimes, a good light meat/dark meat combination with a great jalapeño honey glaze. Come on the smoker’s going!

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Lately folks a lot of you have been asking about some easy meals to prepare on a budget or with limited supplies. Some of the groceries stores aren’t fully stocked and it’s tricky finding ingredients.

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