, by Tony Bailey
The challenge: Grilling baby back ribs so that the meat is fall-off-the-bone tender while having a smokey flavor and a crispy outer bark. Impossible? I thought so, until I tried the ol' Texas Two Step
Spice rubs are one of the easiest things you can do to a piece of meat to make it go from ho-hum to weeknight spectacular. All you need is a fresh herb, oil, salt and pepper. Add in garlic and you have a really simple spice rub that is great on skirt steak.
With two hungry kids, having a quick, easy and delicious egg salad or chicken salad recipe is essential. I've previously written about my go-to Curry Chicken Salad Recipe as well as an Eggless Egg Salad Using Tofu.
I like Ashley's take on Egg Salad here because it's a clever use of greek yogurt to go mayo-free. It uses radishes on the sandwich. Something I'd never thought of, but will definitely as the Spring radishes start to arrive.
|Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus at Dash of Savory|
This is the definition of simple and awesome. Try it. Victoria has the super easy recipe on her blog.
|Caramel Corn with Bacon and Bourbon from Rachel Cooks|
Wow. What more needs to be said? The opening line of the post alone sums it up: "Take your caramel corn game to the next level with this homemade caramel corn with bourbon and bacon"
Can't wait to try it out myself....
Recently I discovered how easy it is to wrap a pork tenderloin with bacon for a simple, one-dish, weeknight dinner. Inspired, I've experimented with different rubs. This time, using smoked paprika and garlic
Roasting vegetables always brings out amazing flavors. This is a great way to turn warm, roasted vegetable flavors into a really flavorful broccoli and cheddar soup.
Have you struggled to cook thick pieces of fish, like halibut, thoroughly without totally drying them out? The key is cooking the halbut in parchment paper and making sure you properly fold the parchment.