Just because a dish is good, doesn’t mean it has to be hard to make. Today’s recipe is for the most tender and juicy pulled pork sandwich, one that’s not only full of good smoky flavors but is oh so easy to prepare. Once your seasoning is applied and allowed to set, this is basically…

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the holiday season, when there’s plenty of food, family, food, friends, football, and … food! I always like to add a little something extra to a Rollins’ holiday feast, to use as an appetizer or maybe just something to snack on while watching the games on TV.…

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I don’t know about you, but a good melt-in-your-mouth Thanksgiving turkey just makes me want to dance. Stay tuned, ’cause I’m fixin’ to show you how to prepare a turkey that’s tender and juicy, with a crispy skin that’s just full of flavor. Y’all hang on, ’cause it’s gobble, gobble time in this cowboy’s camp.…

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The next time you get a hankering for tater tots, skip the freezer. Just keep on walking and don’t look back. I’m gonna show you how to make your own tater tots, and boy, are they oh so good! Worth The Time This process takes a little time, but it is well worth it. The…

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Y’all know I love to add a taste of cowboy to traditional dishes, so it’s time to add that special touch to a diner classic: the patty melt. Our inspiration comes from the fine folks at Whataburger and the patty melt from the menu of that All-American institution. The first step in adding the cowboy…

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Oooh, we’ve got an easy, one-pot meal today. Get your taste buds ready for the cowboy version of Pigs In A Cornfield. It’s sweet and spicy, with pork sausage, chorizo and creamed corn, and you’re gonna love it. Start With The Pig This recipe can be made in a Dutch oven or in a skillet.…

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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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Boy, do I love biting down on a tasty slice of jerky, and I know I’m not the only one. Not only does it taste good, but it travels well, which is why it’s a favorite with cowboys on the trail, truckers, hunters and everyone that craves good smoky flavor. DIY If you’ve ever wanted…

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Let’s take a historical trip shall we? This red eye gravy came about from some hard times. Back when cream or milk wasn’t available, folks came up with this gravy recipe that actually uses coffee as the base. There are a couple stories behind the name. One is that Colonel Andrew Jackson came into camp…

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Taco Bell’s Ultimate Crunchwrap Supreme: Cowboy Copycat I have been hearing from a lot of y’all lately, wanting me to add a little bit of cowboy to Taco Bell’s Ultimate Crunch Wrap. The final product is a cowboy style double meat, double crunch, double everything wrap and it will knock your boots off. Give it…

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