Easy Chicken Pot Pie Casserole

This comfort food casserole filled with all your childhood guilty pleasure in one recipe. Part pot pie, part chicken & dumplings but all delicious. Chicken Pot Pie Casserole is an easy to prepare meal that will leave nobody hungry. Layers of chicken nuggets, hash browns and flaky biscuits with a creamy sauce all baked together for a satisfying dinner anyone can make and everyone will love!!!

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Smoked Eye Round w/ Beef Au Jus

Looking for a cheap cut of meat that’s great for smoking? Eye Round is a tough cut of beef that’s often prepared poorly turning out either too tough or too dry.With a little bit of attention this tough cut can give your Texas brisket a run for its money.

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Cedar Plank Smoked Crab Cakes

Step up your crab cakes with a kiss of smoke. These cedar plank smoked crab cakes are as good as you will find in any restaurant...actually better. Easy to prepare and packed with jumbo lump Crab and just enough filler to hold them together.

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Rotisserie Prime Rib using a Weber Kettle

This recipe was actually much easier then I originally thought it would be. Any time your cooking a large expensive cut of beef you want to make sure you don’t mess it up. Since I had a $200 prime rib roast from Costco on the rotisserie it definitely had my full attention. If you follow these steps and keep an eye on the roast I guarantee you’ll have a perfectly cooked Rotisserie Prime Rib Every Time.

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Ultimate Guide To Steamed Blue Crabs

Steamed crabs are a Maryland staple of summer. The smell of those Chesapeake spices and fresh blue crab is unmistakable. Most people just call up their local crab house and place an order but why not step up your game and steam your own. With just a few ingredients and equipment you’ll be able to steam crabs like a pro and save a ton of money at the same time.

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Southwest Smoked Pork Dip

Every time I cook pork loin I’ve got leftovers that are dry and unappetizing. No matter how perfectly cooked they were the night before I’m always perplexed on what to do with the leftovers. Well a light bulb went off, Southwest Smoked Pork Dip. If you can chop up old chicken breast why not do the same with pork loin. The dry pork loin is given new life when folded into this creamy dip. Served with crispy pork rinds to scoop up all that Tex Mex goodness.

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