Summer: roll out the ice box, set up the grill, kick back and let the fire do the cookin'. Fall: visit the local apple orchard and pick your favorite variety of apples for apple pie. Winter: ham, duh! Spring: juice oranges and strawberries are coming back into season!! Next summer: roll out the ice box and start it all over again!Shrimp Jambalaya
1. Shrimp Jambalaya
Paella. Jambalaya. Arroz con Pollo. what do these dishes have in common? A lot, actually. All are made by sauteing some aromatics like onions and garlic. Adding some sausage or other flavoring (like saffron), rice, and stock, and simmering with a protein (seafood or chicken or a combination). About 20 minutes later dinner is served!
2. Braised Beef Short Ribs with Savory Polenta
Incredibly tasty, golden brown, and fork-tender, when browned and then braised gently, the short rib is the perfect cut of marbled meat. These short ribs, slow cooked with onion, celery, carrots, garlic, and red wine served along with polenta, are a must-try. Chef Billy Parisi teaches you how to braise this prime cut of meat from 4505 Meats in this Grokker Premium video. For more pro tips, watch all of Billy's videos in his Prime Cut series.
Watch how to whip up a tasty new twist on mashed potatoes: Garlic mashed potatoes with a hint of Romano cheese. This recipe uses red potatoes and you keep the skin on, so you save a ton of prep time. And your family will love them.
5. Venison Chili
Nothing warms the soul like a bowl of hot chili. Check out how the BBQ Pit Boys prepare a classic Venison Chili, slow cooked and smoked on a barbecue grill.
6. Herb and Garlic Crusted Pork Chops
Create a dish that is full of flavors and a kick! Herb and Garlic is an amazing accompaniment to your pork chop.
7. Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Peppers
8. Chicken Lasagne
Turn leftover roast chicken into Stacie Stewart family favorite lasagne dish.
9. MANLOAF! Turkey Chipotle Meatloaf Sandwich
What exactly makes a MANLOAF so, manly? It's the Man Slaw, of course. MAN UP!
10. Meatloaf with Chili Sauce
Here's my strategy for getting a leg up on dinner: Cook once, eat twice! Today's recipe for chili-glazed meatloaf is equally delicious whether it's just out of the oven or the freezer. All you need to do to create two night's worth of meals is to separate this recipe into two loaf pans. What could be easier? And while the spicy sauce infuses the meat with some serious flavor, it's not intensely hot (meaning your whole family can enjoy the same dish). Bon appetit -- tonight or any night!