Corned Beef and Colcannon

Corned Beef and Colcannon

Corned Beef and Colcannon – To get ready for St Patrick’s Day, we have a full Irish menu. We start with a Corned Beef that we will cook in the oven with some roasted carrots and onions. And some Irish Soda Bread. I’m not making the Irish Soda Bread, butRead More…

Fried Green Tomatoes Recipe – Video

Fried Green Tomatoes Recipe – Video

Fried Green Tomatoes are a tradition in the Southern United States. We coat Green Tomatoes that have not ripened into red ones with perfectly seasoned cornmeal and fry until crispy and golden. They’re little slices of gold. My History with Fried Green Tomatoes My grandmother cooked fried green tomatoes forRead More…

Grilled Eggplant with Garlic & Herbs

Grilled Eggplant with Garlic & Herbs

Grilled Eggplant with Garlic & Herbs – If you want flavor in grilled eggplant, toss them in garlic/herb oil before grilling. You’ll Love it! Grilled vegetables are a great side dish to serve for any summer barbecue or cookout. They are to prepare, go with just about anything. Because you canRead More…

Easiest Way to Cook Summer Corn

Easiest Way to Cook Summer Corn

Easiest Way to Cook Summer Corn – The three main ways are to grill it, microwave it, or boil it. Each has its pros and cons. It’s a personal preference thing. The method we like best is boiling summer corn. I like the simplicity of boiling and you don’t needRead More…

The Best Guacamole

The Best Guacamole

This is the best guacamole recipe because it’s simple to make and uses fresh, high-quality ingredients. Authentic guacamole doesn’t contain unnecessary ingredients. All you need is avocados, onion, tomatoes, cilantro, jalapeno pepper, lime juice, garlic, and salt. Easy and delicious! A Cooking Secrets for Men special! Pick ripe avocados for the Best Guacamole TheRead More…

Easy Colcannon recipe for St Patrick’s Day

Easy Colcannon recipe for St Patrick’s Day

Just in time for St Patrick’s day. The “Cooking Secrets for Men” version of Colcannon, using Bob Evans mashed potatoes instead of making your own.