Amid a smoky atmosphere, 7 meat and cheese filled manicotti wrapped in bacon, aka shotgun shells, are crispy and delicious looking while sitting on a wire rack inside the Roughneck smoker by Kent Rollins

Thank y’all for stopping by the website! This recipe is for all of you who are trying out one of those new smokers that Santa brought you for Christmas this year! Smoked shot gun shells are made with manicotti stuffed with a delicious blend of ingredients and wrapped in bacon and smoked for around 45…

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A blue enamel plate containing three perfectly cooked homemade sausage patties, browned to perfection.

  Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! We happened to have a little deer meat left and wanted to share a recipe that I have fond memories of from my childhood: Deer sausage. This recipe is so simple and so good. Grind the meat, mix in the spices, cook, and eat. The…

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Kent Rollins Smoked Pig Shots

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! I attend quite a few events that have to do with outdoor cooking, as you might imagine. Lately, there’s one recipe that has been popping up everywhere. It’s great at tailgates, it’s a delicious appetizer, it’s easy to make and it is flat out delicious. What…

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Smoked Ham Loaf - Cowboy Kent Rollins

Howdy, y’all and welcome to the website. As long as I can remember, every Easter morning, my mother would pull a Hamloaf out of the oven. People would come from all over to grab a slice of her Ham Loaf. My mother was a great cook. I love her so much – she was my…

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Discada - Cowboy Kent Rollins

Howdy everyone, and thank you for stopping by the website. Today’s recipe is a special treat, because it’s a dish used to cook up a whole bunch of food at a gathering or family reunion. Discada is the name for it, because traditionally, it was made using a tandem disc, or plowing disc. It is…

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Kent Rollins Best Bacon TIps

Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website. Over the years, I’ve shared how to make Jalapeno Candied Bacon. I’ve even shared how to cure your own bacon. Today, I’m going to share with you some of the tips and tricks that I’ve learned over the years for how to make the best bacon…

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Kent Rollins Breakfast Quesadilla

Good mornin’ y’all. I’m excited to share some of the tips and tricks I’ve learned over the years how to make the perfect quesadilla. In order for it to be a breakfast quesadilla, the meal needs two basic ingredients: eggs and meat. You can get as fancy as you want or as basic as you…

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Kent Rollins Spaghetti and Smoked Meatballs

We have taken the ultimate Italian comfort meal and kicked it up about 14 notches, cowboy style. I’m talking about spaghetti and meatballs, but we aren’t using the canned sauce or frozen meatballs you just pick up at the grocery store. Today, I’m going to show you how to make homemade pasta sauce that will…

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Kent Rollins Red Beans and Rice

It’s finally fall outside here in Oklahoma and I am ready for some comfort food. I may be in Oklahoma today, but my taste buds are going to take a trip to Louisiana. I’ve got a good pound of dry kidney beans sorted and soaking and I’m ready to get a move on. Laissez les…

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Kent Rollins Best Grilled Pork Chop

Howdy, folks! Thanks for stopping by the backyard on this beautiful day. I’ve got a good, center-cut pork chop, and I’m going to show you how to grill the juiciest, most flavorful pork chop you’ve ever tasted. Now, I’ve shared pork chop recipes with you before, but those are a little different. The pan-seared pork…

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