Corn Ribs

What are Corn Ribs?   Corn Ribs are a totally different way to grill corn on the cob. To prepare the corn for grilling, slice off the top and bottom edges of the corn cob. From there, you’ll cut vertically down the center in quarters, leaving the cob on the back of each piece of…

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John Wayne’s Corn Dodgers

If you happen to be a fan of John Wayne, you may have heard of corn dodgers a time or two. Corn dodgers are a uniquely American food. Throughout the western expansion over the Oregon Trail, folks were in a hurry to get to their destinations. They had to carry everything that could sustain them…

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Scalloped Taters

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! You are in for a treat – this is the most flavorful recipe for scalloped taters that I’ve ever tasted. The secret ingredient? French onion dip. This is a perfect dish to bring to any potluck – it’s even good enough for Easter Sunday. The Sauce…

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Sparklin’ Taters Remake – Mountain Dew Potatoes

Hillbilly Taters - Cowboy Kent Rollins

Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website. We have recently reached 2 million subscribers on our YouTube Channel. In order to welcome the many new viewers to our little cooking channel, I’ve gone and remade an old classic. If you’ve been around a long time – 8 years or so – or if…

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How to Perfectly Cook Rice

Kent Rollins Perfect Rice

Howdy ya’ll, and thanks for stopping by the website. As you know, we have been taking our Sunday videos back to the basics. As you work on perfecting the way you cook simple ingredients, you take your culinary skills up a notch. Today, for example, we are slowing down and taking the time to make…

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McDonald’s French Fries Remake

Kent Rollins McDonald's French Fries

Howdy y’all and do we have a treat for you today. For over a year I have tested, experimented, dreamed about, and anguished over this here recipe. Y’all, I HAVE DONE IT. I have recreated the perfect McDonald’s French Fry. Now, this is not their recipe – that recipe is locked up tight and guarded…

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Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Kent Rollins Thanksgiving Sides

Howdy, y’all. Today, I am so glad to share with all of you three Thanksgiving side dishes that Shannon and I have at our table every November. Thanksgiving is every day here at the ranch, because gratitude and faith are so important to us. I am honored for each of you that will serve these…

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Cowboy Baked Bean Casserole

Good morning and thank y’all for stopping by the ranch. It’s early in the morning and we have the fire going already. Why? Well, the recipe we’re cooking up this morning is the perfect one-pot meal to serve for lunch. When I was out cooking for cowboys on a cattle drive, we would have to…

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Mexican Street Corn

Kent Rollins Mexican Street Corn

Using fresh, grilled corn makes everything taste better here at the ranch. I’ve got corn three ways for you here, today. We’ll make Mexican street corn, corn caviar and a hot corn salsa. You may recognize the Mexican Street Corn recipe from our cookbook: Faith, Family and the Feast. Y’all can pick up a signed…

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Cowboy Beans

Kent Rollins Cowboy Beans

Folks, beans have been a staple for Old Cookie since cattle drives began. Who’s that? Old Cookie was the cook that kept the trail drive cowboys fed and happy after a long day rustlin’ cattle. Before ice boxes and batteries came along, all the food Cookie brought on the trail had to be dried –…

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