Our 1-Hour Ribs

Faith loves ribs.  I mean she really, really likes ribs.  A while back she was sitting in a hospital waiting area flipping through magazines.  She happened upon a recipe for ribs that only takes a little more than an hour, which almost seems too good to be true.  Most of the time you have to bake […]

Smoked Salmon on Cedar Plank

When I visited my sister in Canada, she grilled some salmon on her gas grill using ceder planks and it tasted really good.  I found some cedar planks recently so I thought I would try smoking some salmon in my kamodo charcoal grill.  This turned out better than I remembered and it is another great […]

Smoked NY Strip Steak

I thought that I would try a simple recipe for my 1st time cooking a steak with a new pellet grill that I recently bought,  I have been cooking on a kamodo style charcoal grill for the past couple of years and want to try cooking on a pellet grill . I like the flavor of […]

Rice with Sausage and Black Beans

I absolutely love to dig through cookbooks and look for new things to make.  I happened upon a rice recipe that sounded really good, but it turned out even better.  The sausage and black beans, along with a little heat was simply wonderful.  Try this next time you fix ribs or chicken for a great […]

Chili Relleno Casserole

During one of our neighborhood get-togethers, Dave Cisneros came up with a great side-dish.  It Is hard to go wrong with lots of cheese, green chilies and eggs.  It is wonderful with chicken, rice dishes and great with a bowl of chips.  I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Dave’s Chili Relleno […]

Bryant’s Baked Beans

While living in Kansas I loved cooking with Bryant Smith.  We would always cook too much for our two families and have to ask others over to join us for dinner.  Bryant came-up with a super-good baked bean recipe that I have kept ever since.  It is colorful and packed full of flavor.  I think […]

Two-Corn Casserole

The next time you are invited to a BBQ where you bring your own meat and a side dish, make something a little different.  This two-corn casserole is a great combination of flavors.  The texture, flavor and appearance are a perfectly matched and the pot is always licked clean.  It is a simple recipe that tastes like […]

Coop’s Brisket

There are few things I enjoy more than a good beef sandwich, and brisket is about as good as it gets.  Several years ago while living in Wichita, Kansas I was introduced to a brisket that had real potential.  I went home and tweaked the recipe a few times until I found the right combinations […]

Stacked Cowboy Enchiladas

I have cooked in a lot of different pots and pans over the years, but for Christmas I got adventurous and bought my wife a solar oven.  I was amazed that in February on a 43 degree day I could heat my oven up to 325 degrees.  This summer I look forward to cooking in […]

Lemon Poppy Seed Bundt Cake

It is always fun when you are camping to pull a Bundt cake out of a Dutch Oven.  People are accustomed to seeing a cobbler or a cake, but a Bundt cake can be very impressive.  You are sure to get some oooos and ahhhhs from your family and friends.  You just need a deep camp oven […]

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