Enjoy Nashville’s famous hot chicken right in your own kitchen with H-E-B’s heat-and-eat Southern-Style Tenders! Here we slather them in a homemade spicy mayo and then pile on cushy slider buns. They’re beyond delicious—and easy!
Enjoy Nashville’s famous hot chicken right in your own kitchen with John Soules Foods’ heat-and-eat Southern-Style Tenders! Here we slather them in a homemade spicy mayo and then pile on cushy slider buns. They’re beyond delicious—and easy!
Hot honey is our newest obsession and we’re drizzling it on everything. Here we harness its spicy-sweet magic and brush it on chicken wings as they’re charred up on the grill.
Using soda as a sweet profile for meats is nothing new, but picking the right flavor (and color!) combos can give you incredible results, like this Big Red BBQ Rib Glaze. There’s an entire 20oz bottle that has been reduced and cooked down to just half a cup of delicious syrup. Pro tip: you may […]
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…
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.
Calle Onze in Houston brings the flavors of Mexico City’s finest restaurants to each dish. This recipe for chargrilled oysters is extra tangy thanks to bone marrow butter and a fresh chimichurri sauce. The oysters are also served on a plate of smoldering hickory chips lit just before they arrive at the table.
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.
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, […]
A cheesy sidekick to your Easter ham, these Poblano Grits are a southern staple kicked up by the Enchilada Queen at Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen. Sylvia serves hers wrapped up in a corn husk, but you can make them in ramekins or a baking dish. She says these grits pair phenomenally with smoky meats like grilled […]
Texas Honey Ham in Austin sells whole baked hams with a crackly honey-glazed crust. Pick up a ham to go or dine in. My favorite dish? The hearty Hambone Soup. Seven varieties of beans […]
Try these over-the-top, cheesy, fried avocados from Picoso’s Mexican Kitchen in Lubbock. Before hitting the hot oil, they are coated in cheese and breadcrumbs, creating a crispy, gooey crust. Here, we stuff them with shredded chicken, but you can also top with grilled shrimp, sliced steak, or peppers and black beans for a vegetarian alternative.
Calling all cauliflower lovers! No doubt you’ve seen cauliflower in recent months all over menus — and we’re especially big fans of the Korean Fried Cauliflower made with spicy Gochujang and a Korean pepper sauce from Moxie’s in Houston.