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I absolutely love roasting root vegetables, roasted celery root anyone? It’s only recently that I started roasting green beans, and my only regret is that I didn’t start sooner. This roasted green bean recipe with toasted pine nuts is quickly climbing the charts as a favorite around my place. When you think about roasting vegetables, …
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Over the years I have expanded on my grandmother’s original recipe to include a little heat. This is now my go-to cornbread recipe.
This easy smoked green bean casserole recipe is exactly that, easy! Now I love a good, entirely from scratch, green bean casserole. But let’s be honest, that’s more work than most of us care to embark on. While delicious, frying your own onions, and creating a cream sauce from scratch, etc. takes time. It’s not …
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One of the best parts of this recipe is that, while it looks complicated, it’s actually pretty easy to make. This corn is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser at your next cookout!
Learning how to cook pinto beans, sometimes called “soup beans” is super easy. They make an excellent side dish for any “barbecue style” meal, especially when using leftover smoked chuck roast or some amazing pulled pork to the pinto bean recipe. The fats coming from the meat really smooth out the flavor profile of the …
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That’s right, it’s the beginning of May and I’m getting ready for a Cinco de Mayo bash.
This roasted tomato recipe is an easy-to-make favorite condiment—sweet, packed with flavor, and versatile.
Sauerkraut becomes more than just another a store-bought condiment when you add some special flavor, fire, and smoke.
Take traditional Southern collard greens to a new level by smoking them with bacon and adobo-flavored chicken stock.