Beef Wellington is the ultimate gourmet meal perfect for any holiday or special occasion. Beef tenderloin, mushrooms, and Parma ham encased in crisp, golden, puff pastry. This showstopper is well worth the effort!
This chicken amok is a great recipe to learn about Cambodian cooking - it’s considered by many to be the national dish of Cambodia! Bursting with flavors of lemongrass, turmeric, and coconut, and not nearly as spicy as neighboring Thai and Vietnamese food.
Authentic Cambodian Curry! Rich and flavorful, full of chicken and veggies, and the best part of the recipe is that it uses homemade curry paste! Better than any store bought curry paste you’ll ever try. This recipe has quite a few steps but I promise you it's well worth the effort!
This Teriyaki Tri Tip has been a family favorite since the first time I made it! The flavor is awesome and this recipe gives you the option of cooking in the oven or on the grill, so it’s great for any time of year.
Ha noi bun cha is a traditional Vietnamese dish found in fancy restaurants and street vendors alike. It consists of marinated and grilled meats that are served with rice vermicelli, veggies, and dipping sauce. This is a great way to introduce the fam to traditional Vietnamese cuisine!
Beer can chicken might be my favorite way to smoke or grill chicken; it’s a foolproof way to end up with the moistest, most succulent chicken you’ve ever tasted! For this recipe, I used a generous amount of Meat Church’s Holy Voodoo Rub, with its Cajun flavors and a kick of jalapeño…Hallelujah! This is good stuff!
You don’t need to live in France to enjoy some of the taste of French cooking. And not all French food is complicated or thick sauces. This is so easy to make - all in one pan and just a few steps to complete. The smoker gives it a slight smoked flavor but you could easily make this in the oven.
If you've been curious about making your own sausage, thisFrench Pork Crepinettes with Spinach, Sage and Mustard Sauce recipe is for you! And if you're not up for grinding your own sausage, you can use ground pork instead!
Two simple ways to prepare squab. If you've never tried squab before, it's tender, moist, and full of flavor. This is the perfect recipe try your hand at cooking it! Truly delicious down home, country cookin'!