Fish and Chips

Today we’re talking about an old classic –  fish and the chips. Grab your fishing pole and your frying apparatus and let’s get to going. Before we get started on the fish, we are going to start getting those taters ready for the chips. Get yourself a big russet potato, and slice it into long…

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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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Now folks, nothing is better with some Authentic Homemade Tacos than Cowboy Guacamole! This is an easy deal, but we’ve got a few tips to make this an even better guacamole, and you can also find this recipe in our new cookbook Faith, Family and The Feast.

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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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This isn’t your typical cornbread. We’re doing it up Mexican style, combining some great flavors, cream style corn, peppers and onions. This one is way up on the flavor scale.

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I do love me a baked tater. But I like them when they are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Now, there are a few tricks to achieve the Best Baked Potato and we’re going to walk you through those steps and tips.

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Growing up a can of salmon was a pantry staple. Mama would whip these easy patties up and we sure thought it was fine dining. This recipe is very simple and only uses a few ingredients, but we’ve jazzed this up in a variety of different ways. You can add in minced jalapeno or bell…

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If you’re not Irish… y’all soon will be! Crisp, crunchy potato wedges topped with left over corned beef and cabbage smothered with a green pepper, onion and garlic provolone sauce is what’s happening today.

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