For generations, chicken noodle soup has topped the list of comfort foods. But, when it’s homemade with homemade egg noodles, it goes way beyond comfort. It’s the best thing ever, and it sure is easy to make. Broth Basics A good chicken noodle soup starts with a good broth, and this one is s0 simple…

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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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Folks, we’ve been in a  little bit of a cajun mood so we decided to enjoy and little red beans and rice. I grew up on beans, Mama always said it was a substitute for mean because they are cheaper and will fill you up! There are several different ways to prepare this dish, but…

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Looking to take the chill off on a cold day? Hey We have got you fixed up with a one pot meal, you won’t dirty anymore, what is it- Beef Stroganoff! This isn’t your typical Hamburger Helper from the box, because we are making this from scratch come so come join us!

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Pork and Beans

Folks for the new year we’re feeding a crowd with a classic dish that’s the real deal and doesn’t come from the can!  I’m talking about pork and beans and we’re using Anasazi beans instead of a traditional pinto because I think they add great flavor along with a fall off the bone pork roast.  

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beef bourguignon

Y’all may have heard of this type of stew before as it was made famous by Julia Child… beef bourguignon. But we’re simplifying it and putting a cowboy twist on it. Now, me and Julia agree on one thing for sure and that is to start off with quality meat. Stew is not a hard…

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Posole

The cold winter nights are coming, and if you’re looking for something to keep you warm we’ve got a traditional Mexican Pozole that will do the trick! Tender pork and hominy is simmered together in a homemade red chili sauce. 

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Fall is upon us, and the weather is cooling off. So we’ve got a dish for you that will warm you up, Cowboy Beef Goulash. It’s easy and will stretch your dollar too!  Beef goulash originated in Hungary. Back in the 9th century, shepherds would take it and stew it, making it more like beef…

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It’s fall which means cooler weather, busier schedules and the perfect occasion for some slow cooker meals! Shan and I are big fans of the slow cooker because they’re easy and you can have a meal ready for the family without much effort. This recipe fits that category for sure. Take 2 big ol’ chicken…

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Hey, folks! Winter time is here and what warms you up on wintertime – chicken tortilla soup. And we’re gonna make a homemade sauce that goes with it, it is so good. So, this red sauce, and I’m telling you, this stuff is so good – this is what makes the soup. First of all,…

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