Pollo Asado

In Spanish, Pollo Asado means “Chicken on the Grill.” It’s *almost* as simple as that to whip up a delicious Mexican Fiesta in your own backyard – I’ve got all of the tips and tricks you need to take a good recipe and turn it into a great meal. We appreciate you sharing our recipes…

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2 Ingredient Biscuits

Kent Rollins' 2 ingredient biscuit recipe

If I had known about these two-ingredient biscuits, I’d have been able to sleep in so many dark mornings on the ranch. These biscuits truly only have two ingredients, and they’re fluffy and delicious. This is going to be one of the shortest blog posts you’ve ever seen on a food blog! We appreciate you…

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Kent Rollins' Pemmican Survival Food

Pemmican is a survival food that dates back thousands of years. Made of dried meat, berries, and rendered animal fat, pemmican has an almost indefinite shelf life. For thousands of years, pemmican aided Native Americans through lean, harsh winters and times of drought and hunger. We appreciate you sharing our recipes with your friends and…

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15 Minute Refried Beans

Kent Rollins' Refried Beans, topped with melted cheese and garnished with green onions

Canned refried beans are ok, but with a little love, they can be great. This recipe is short, but it will make all the difference – and no one will believe it only took fifteen minutes! Start with canned refried beans or canned pinto beans. If you’re using canned pinto beans, drain them before you…

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Whopper Remake

Kent Rollins' Cowboy Whopper Remake

The Cowboy versus The King: You’re here for it, folks – The Cowboy is taking on The Whopper. The Texas Double Whopper, that is. The Texas Double Whopper has two quarter-pound flame broiled patties topped with American cheese, thick-cut bacon, jalapeños, tomatoes, lettuce, white onions, pickles, mayo, and mustard, all served on a sesame seed…

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Easter Side Dishes

Praise the Lord and Pass the Biscuits! It’s time to plan the Easter meal, and I have four great side dishes here for you. Click the recipe name to jump directly to the printable recipe below.   Deviled Eggs with Ham You want to use the freshest egg possible – if you can’t get them…

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Hoover Stew

Cowboy Kent Rollins' Hoover Stew for great depression cooking - macaronie, kielbasa, and stewed tomatoes

Hoover stew came about during the Great Depression in the early 1930’s. Folks had to pinch a penny so hard they’d make Lincoln cry, as they used to say. This stew is a tasty way to stretch a dollar to feed more people or to make a meal with enough leftovers to take care of…

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Breakfast Tostada

Cowboy Kent Rollins' Mexican Breakfast skillet with homemade tostada, sausage, bacon, and over=easy egg.

This recipe includes a homemade Tostada, crispy and covered with cheese, bacon, and sausage, topped off with an over-easy egg on the top. If you want to use store-bought tostadas because you’ve had a long day or night, go right on ahead – this will be a very easy and delicious breakfast either way. We…

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Canadian Poutine

No, it’s not pronounced like Putin, or Pou-Teeen. It’s Pou-TIN. Now that you can say it, you can make it! Poutine is a uniquely Canadian dish, and it’s some of the best comfort food I’ve ever tried. It is a simple dish. There are three main ingredients: French fries, brown gravy, and cheese curds. In…

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Stuffed Crust Pizza

Cowboy Kent Rollins Stuffed Crust Pizza

Stuffed Crust Pizza is a recipe that looks like you spent all day cooking, but really only takes a few minutes to make. Pizza is always a great recipe to cook in a Dutch oven, as well. Below are some tips and tricks that will make this the best pizza you have ever tasted. We…

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