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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  Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers Today we are going to turn the traditional jalapeno popper on its head. We are going to stand these peppers up, stuff with some smoked shrimp and some smoked catfish, and cook right on the fire. These have so much flavor they are going to knock the boots right off your…

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Hey, folks! I am so hungry for today’s Blooming Onion. These are pretty simple, you have to be a little bit careful with how you handle the petals. Don’t worry, I am going to help you through it. Our blooming onion is going to have southwestern flair to it, to kick up the flavor cowboy-style…

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Mashed Taters

Folks, is there any food on God’s green Earth as comforting as mashed taters? I have been cooking at camp before where we ran out of almost everything we had, trying to make it through the winter, and we ended up eating taters three times a day. I was just trying to get calories into…

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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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