In the middle of National Barbecue Month, it’s time to clean up the fridge and make room for more. With the weather still iffy this time of year, a pot of chili can warm the house and you, as well as opening up space for more cooking. Continue reading “Spicy Chili Base”
To kick off National Barbecue Month, I thought I would do a write up on the first sauce I ever learned to make. My dad taught me this sauce at a very young age, smoking ribs in the electric Little Chief, but it works with all sorts of pork, and even brisket and tri tip. Continue reading “Revs Family Sauce”
I was looking for a new take on cornbread, and came up with this recipe almost out of boredom. It has become a huge favorite among friends and family, to the point people just call and ask me to make it for them. Continue reading “Sweet and Savory Cornbread”
Chicken strips don’t have to be those nasty, flavorless sticks you pull from the freezer. With a little bit of work, you can make fantastic chicken strips at home, usually much healthier and cheaper than those frozen alternatives.
This hot sauce recipe came into development after tasting the most disgusting thing I’ve eaten in recent memory, the KFC Nashville Hot Chicken. I went into that chicken with limited hopes, knowing KFC is to chicken as MTV is to music, but I was truly disgusted with the mild, greasy, pickly red goop that was on what passes for chicken, and began to think. This is the beginnings of my replacement. Continue reading “Tomato based Hot Sauce”