Bang Bang Shrimp Dip

This Bang Bang Shrimp Dip is a tasty take on the wildly popular appetizer from bonefish grill. I’ve taken all the sweet and spicy flavors of that magical sauce and transformed it into a dip that everyone will go crazy for. Great for parties and easy to prepare.

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Chicken & Späetzle Soup

If you love chicken Noodle Soup. You’ll love Chicken & Spaetzle Soup. These traditional German noodles are easy to make or you can cheat and buy the dry version. It’s a great way to use leftover chicken or turkey and tastes like it simmered all day. Why would you ever eat that red labeled soup in a can when you can make this in a snap.

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Cranberry Apple Chutney

Like it or not Cranberry Sauce is part of almost every holiday menu. This Cranberry Apple Chutney puts any cranberry sauce to shame with a tart & sweet flavor explosion. Impress your guests with this easy homemade version of a holiday classic.

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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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