If you’re a horror movie fan you’ll love this recipe: By the time you get the turkey in the oven, your kitchen will look like Jeffrey Dahmer’s apartment.
I have a recipe for Superior Green Bean Casserole, but sometimes you want it the way your Grandma used to make it: Way too much salt, mushy canned beans, greasy French-fried onions and all. I don’t judge.
Everybody loves this Thanksgiving tradition, but if you want to hear people rave about how good yours is, this recipe is the way to go!
CS,B: When I was in college I met a student whose great-great-grandad invented root beer. Pharmacist by the name of Charles E. Hires. If you happen to bump into him, tell him I said thanks.
I love corned beef, but I’m not a fan of the mushy cabbage and veggies you get when it’s all prepared in the same slow cooker. With this recipe you’ll be cooking the beef, cabbage and other veggies and spuds separately so they’re all done just right.
These cookies will haunt your dreams, but in a good way.
Don’t leave the eyeballs attached. We don’t want this to get gross.
Cranberry jelly: The ballistics gel of the berry universe.
I’ve been using this brine exclusively for several years. It makes the turkey so moist and tender it almost falls apart like a good brisket.