Howdy folks, and thanks for stoppin’ by the website! Today’s recipe is one of my favorite dinners: stuffed peppers. These ain’t your mama’s stuffed peppers, though. Y’all know I have to put a cowboy spin on it. I start with changing the traditional American stuffed pepper recipe from bell peppers to poblano peppers, for one.…

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Amid a smoky atmosphere, 7 meat and cheese filled manicotti wrapped in bacon, aka shotgun shells, are crispy and delicious looking while sitting on a wire rack inside the Roughneck smoker by Kent Rollins

Thank y’all for stopping by the website! This recipe is for all of you who are trying out one of those new smokers that Santa brought you for Christmas this year! Smoked shot gun shells are made with manicotti stuffed with a delicious blend of ingredients and wrapped in bacon and smoked for around 45…

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The Beag is doing his darnedest to taste a piece of delicious, honey chipotle glazed smoked salmon.

    Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! These days, buying smoked salmon at the market is a sure way to empty your pockets. There’s no reason to pay someone else to smoke salmon when you can do it yourself at home. The video posted on this blog and the recipe, posted…

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Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website. This recipe is perfect for the traditional American southern New Years’ meal: Black Eyed Pea Soup. When my dad was a kid, they used to let the peas dry right on the vine. They kept so well that they were always a good bet to eat…

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On a blue enamel plate, four thick slices of egg nog French toast are crookedly stacked, with a large pat of butter on top, and maple syrup cascading down the sides, forming a pool at the bottom.

Merry Christmas to all, and thank you for stopping by the website! This year, we wanted to bring you a special and unique recipe to share with your family at the holidays. The surest way to please everyone? Homemade egg nog, and egg nog French toast. The tricky part will be keeping enough egg nog…

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A blue enamel plate containing three perfectly cooked homemade sausage patties, browned to perfection.

  Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! We happened to have a little deer meat left and wanted to share a recipe that I have fond memories of from my childhood: Deer sausage. This recipe is so simple and so good. Grind the meat, mix in the spices, cook, and eat. The…

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On an oak picnic table, a white bowl with cobalt blue trim holds a rich colored chili garnished with diced white onions and shredded cheddar cheese. To the side is a red checked tea towel holding two thick slices of golden corn bread.

Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website! This weekend, my grandson nabbed him a deer. He called on Grandpa to come help him process the deer, and in exchange, I received some Venison. If you watch the video, there’s some good information about how to process the deer and get the best cuts…

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Kent Rollins' Poor Man's Crab Cakes

Howdy folks, and thank you for stopping by the website. Today I’m sharing a great recipe for what I like to call the Poor Man’s Crab Cakes. Living in land-locked Southern Oklahoma, we do not always have access to fresh seafood without paying a pretty penny. Still, I love crab cakes and have found an…

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Kent Rollins Apple Fritters sit on a wire rack, three of them with icing. In the background is a bottle of Fireball Whiskey, used for icing.

Howdy! This week’s recipe is a fall classic. I’m talking about fresh Apple Fritters. I’m kicking them up a notch using some hot whiskey in the apples and in the icing. Watch the video right here, or you can scroll down for the printable recipe.   Add Flavor to the Apples Just like my mama…

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Folks, it’s that time of year when we all gather around the table, join hands to bless the food and have to loosen the belt about 10 notches… well at least I do. But today is special, because we’re not only sharing one of our favorite dishes for Turkey Day, we are sharing many of…

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