It's cold outside and you're looking for something easy to cook, delicious to taste, and warming to the body. This is an easy one.
Luther developed his sauces to be all natural (i.e., no high-fructose corn syrup or preservatives) and possess distinctively Kansas City-style taste and texture. But also to embody a confluence of flavors which, individually, are often the dominant flavors in different regional styles of barbecue sauce, rendering his sauces appealing to a broad variety of barbecue palates.
Learn valuable cooking techniques, wine pairing tips, and recipes ranging from Pastrami Potato Hash to Braised Chicken Thighs with Green Olive Couscous from Charlie Palmer's Remington Camp Cooking Cookbook.
While it is not a sandwich or a taco, the quesadilla satisfies snack cravings, or it can be a complete meal.
Avocados are a great tasting and healthy addition on any meal. Mix the famous guacamole with lime juice, tomatoes, onion, and seasonings to your taste.
Another satisfying and easy-to-make recipe. Of course you can substitute with cranberries, blueberries, raspberries, or even mango pieces. Just be sure to get that extra crunch from the almonds.
Mango Avocado salad for a healthy side dish.
Grab a glass of milk, or wine, or champagne. These cookies go with everything! Thanks to the Hilton Hotels for this great recipe.
One of the top chef's from the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Oliver Dubreuil shares one of his best recipes.
I've tried this and also versions with both grapefruit and oranges. It will give your dinner a "kick."