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.
Texans love elotes, the creamy Mexican street corn loaded with zesty lime, queso fresco and chiles. Here John Soules Foods makes this dish dinner worthy with some added protein! Claire Soules shows us how easily it comes together thanks to JSF’s ready-to-eat beef steak.
Turn your basic quesadilla to the next level with this sweet-and-spicy chickpea version! Goya Foods’ Executive Chef Fernando Desa guides us through the recipe with smoky chipotle peppers, mashed chickpeas and melty cheese.
This unique spin on enchiladas is super easy to make, feeds a crowd, and is also delicious! This is a one-dish meal is like an enchilada lasagna layered with John Soules Foods ready-to-eat beef steak, fresh veggies, gooey cheddar cheese, and tortillas! Learn how to make it HERE.
This quick and easy one dish meal is perfect for your whole family! The sweet and savory
combination of orange chicken, pineapple, and soy sauce is sure to satisfy all your cravings!
Time to get saucy with this one-pan dinner from Goya Foods!
This spiced red snapper from Navajo Grill in Fredericksburg is loaded with flavor. Red snapper has a sweet, nutty quality with a firm texture (and the skin is edible). It’s an excellent source of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. You can substitute other types of snapper in this dish, such as mutton, vermilion, mangrove, […]
We LOVE this classic Chicken and Sausage Gumbo recipe that you can prepare for a big group in about an hour.
You may be miles from the French Quarter for Mardi Gras, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the flavors of this fun city. This recipe from Patois in New Orleans brings juicy slabs of bacon and fresh Gulf oysters together in one beautiful bowl!
This delicious recipe for gumbo brings together so many New Orleans flavors! It’s from our friends at Lil Dizzy’s Café in New Orleans.
Red bliss potatoes are kicked up with creole mustard and crispy bacon — a side dish stunner you can serve hot or cold!
One of the house favorites at Ouisie’s Table in H-Town, pan-seared and prepared with their sassy sauce, grilled asparagus, and Louisiana’s favorite starch…rice with French bread for dipping!
A tartine is just a fancy French word for open-face sandwich! It’s topped with spreadable ingredients, in this case a really delish homemade hummus. This Moroccan Tartine from My Name is Joe in Austin sports several variety of beets, plus cucumber and roasted hazelnuts.
The most quintessential Maryland dish is crab cakes. Serve them on a platter at your fangate — you can even make mini one-bite crab cakes and serve them as finger food! Crab cakes also make a nice substitution for the traditional ground chuck burger patty on a bun. Be sure to remember the Old Bay! In Maryland, it’s basically sacrilegious to eat crab without it. 😉