Get the flavors of South America right at home and in less than 30 minutes! Filled with fresh veggies like squash, mushrooms, asparagus, peppers, and onion, John Soules Food’s beef fajitas are pre-seasoned and pre-cooked, so it doesn’t get much easier than this recipe. Simply sauté and serve with the homemade chimichurri!
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Start your morning right with this hearty breakfast grit bowl full of protein that will power you through the day! Cheesy grits are layered with bacon, sausage, egg and John Soules Foods’ Homestyle Chicken Tenders, then drizzled with homemade Hollandaise.
Who doesn’t love the salty, sharp bite of feta? In this recipe, we transform the crumbly cheese into an airy, decadent dip with the help of a food processor and minimal ingredients. The result is a versatile spread that’s delicious all on it’s own, or gussied up with fresh herbs and gently cooked fruits or vegetables.
Everyone needs a blockbuster way of preparing the iconic big shrimp, all rosey with tails still protruding, to star as an appetizer, to dress up soups and salads, or to just fill the entrée bill with high style. Here’s the way Los Angeles Dame Zov Karamardian – restaurateur, chef, and cookbook author – prepares them. […]
Cooking your potatoes twice might seem like double the effort, but once you’ve tried this technique, you’ll never want a potato any other way. The trick is…
Need an easy appetizer for your next holiday get together or a quick and simple dinner? This ultra-impressive Grilled Chicken Bruschetta comes together in a matter of minutes and is made extra easy with John Soules Foods ready-to-eat grilled chicken. Learn how to make it HERE.
As the weather starts to cool, cozy pastas are exactly what we want to be eating. This recipe uses canned pumpkin purée to make a creamy, decadent pasta sauce that is surprisingly easy to throw together.
If you love chicken wings, you’ll love this version from Rosella at the Rand in San Antonio. Their version is extra juicy thanks to their special brine. These beauties are also baked before their fried. You’ll want to start 24 hours in advance. Believe me. It’s well worth the extra effort.
Chilean sea bass is buttery and flaky and perfect in this dish from Jonathan’s The Rub in Houston. If you can’t find it, black cod is also a good white fish substitute. If you’re using a store-bought rub, look for one with citrus in it like dried grated lemon or orange peel.
Looking for an easy lunch to mix up at your desk? A jar salad is our weekly go-to because you can make it in advance and everything is neatly packed up and ready to eat.
A 1920’s movie theater in downtown New Braunfels, is now one of Texas’s best steakhouses where sizzling, succulent steaks are the stars! And Pescatarians can rejoice as co-starring on this menu is steak of the sea, like this hit, The Sprimp Myron.