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Here's a recipe for a killer meatloaf made with Italian sausage, wrapped in bacon, and stuffed with peppers, cheese, and onion. A deconstructed and amped up version of the classic sausage and peppers sandwich, this amped up meatloaf is great on its own, as a sandwich, or served on pasta and topped with marinara sauce. read more
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Take your smoked ribs over the top with this recipe for apple butter enhanced Kansas City-style BBQ sauce. This apple butter BBQ sauce would have Adam eating out of Eve's palm, and sucking on her sauce soaked fingers. Yes, it has lumps. Strain it if you must but it's best as is. read more
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Cocktail Wienies are great fun for parties. Here's a classic Southern recipe that's quick and easy. Taught to Sandra Aylor by her mother, this recipe has been made by family members at countless parties or pot lucks. Serve them in the slow cooker so they stay warm and guests eat them with a toothpick. read more
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The outdoor kitchen and dining room are great ways to increase the size of your house. Here are things to conder when designing and planning an outdoor kitchen. read more
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If you like bacon then you'll love pork belly. Fall apart tender and full of smoky goodness, this recipe for sous-vide-que pork belly is sure to be a crowd favorite. Starting with a low and slow sous vide water bath, the moist and tender pork belly is then smoked and grilled to create a truly amazing dish. read more
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A simple cream-based lobster bisque that will have your guests crying for more. read more
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The breasts are the best meat on the duck, and they should be treated like red meat, cooked medium rare to medium, with crispy skin. With this recipe for grilled duck breasts and a complementary dark, rich, cherry port wine sauce, you'll always get it right. read more
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Mayonnaise is a blank canvas and this recipe for homemade mayo with mojo is the perfect base for making your own signature masterpiece. Once created, you can use your mayo to coat grilled fish, chicken breasts, pork loins, lobster, shrimp, zucchini planks, potato slices, garlic bread, and so much more. read more
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Packed full of rich flavors, this recipe for Mexican mole sauce can be spooned over foods or even used as a simmering sauce. While there are countless variations of mole sauce containing a variety of chiles, nuts, and other ingredients, this is a well rounded version that is sure to become one of your go-to sauces. read more
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Say goodbye to traditional desserts and surprise your guests with this delicious recipe for fruit salsa stuffed grilled avocados. Rich and creamy with the perfect touch of smoke, the avocados match perfectly with the sweet strawberry and mango salsa to create the perfect addition to your next backyard BBQ bash. read more
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If you're a blue cheese fan then you're going to love this recipe for a potato salad that highlights the complex flavors of these aged cheeses. In fact, this recipe for blue cheese potato salad is so simple, so quick, and so tasty that it's sure to become your go-to side dish for parties and backyard cookouts. read more
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Take boring potato salad and make it extraordinary for your next cookout with this recipe for mayo mojo potato salad. This really easy potato salad recipe is just as delicious when served warm as when it is chilled. It uses mayo mojo, a spice mix you can make in quantity and leave it on the shelf until you need it. read more
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Frijoles Borrachos are a classic Western way to cook beans in beer and this tested recipe shows you how to do them right. read more
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This recipe has the flavor and flair of Jamaican jerk chicken minus the heat normally associated with it. It is packed with tons of sweet, savory, complementary, and contrasting flavors. Serve with Jamaican rice and peas. read more
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Some steaks have the undertone flavor of liver. There are several factors that cause it. read more

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