Bravo for Bravado

James Nelson made it to the top five in the hot reality TV show Master Chef before being sent back home to Houston, Texas. But when he got home, it was a different kind of heat he was interested in: Bravado Spice Co. Unlike most hot sauces, Nelson claims to focus on raw flavor instead of just heat, featuring profiles like Ghost Pepper and Blueberry, Jalapeño and Green Apple, and Pineapple and Habanero. With multiple awards already behind their sauces, we think these sauces have an extra kick that’s well on its way to [... more]

Sriracha Served Glazed

If you’re like us, Sriracha has been a staple in your fridge for a while. It’s even showing up on the menu at Subway and working its way into more and more recipes — not that we’re complaining! This recipe may have already had us at the magic word (hint: it’s “Sriracha”), but the combination of honey and lime has us keeping this glaze on regular rotation in the kitchen. It calls for chicken, but you could easily use it on any variety of meats you may have already in [... more]

Mom! Meatloaf!

Your mother’s meatloaf gets a run for its money with this Gourmet Meatloaf recipe. By combining a trio of beef, veal and pork, the flavor gets amped up enough to impress even the most experienced of meatloaf connoisseurs. Dried cherries also make a creative and unusual appearance in this recipe along with a little bacon for added smokiness. Crunchy chopped up veggies such as carrots, celery and onions complete the list of main ingredients needed for this recipe. Several different sauces and spices make the loaf a little [... more]

Sweet & Saucy

Impress the dad in your life this Father’s Day by taking over grill duty and serving up these delicious Extra Sticky Thai BBQ Ribs. Made with a homemade Peanut BBQ Sauce, these non-traditional ribs offer a creative take on a popular classic. Marinate the rib racks overnight in a sweet Thai chile and soy sauce mixture and then bake for 2½ to 6 hours. Finish your ribs on the grill after smothering them in the peanut barbecue sauce. Served with a Sweet Thai Ginger Slaw, these tasty [... more]

One-Dish Dinner

Pasta is a familiar comfort food in most households. Simple to prepare and easy on the wallet, the versatile staple of Italian cooking offers endless ideas for feeding a family. This Sausage Tortellini encapsulates all of the above while using a single pan. That’s right—just the one. To seriously amp up the flavor, head to your local butcher and ask for the freshest sausage. Ready in a flash, this recipe only requires two cups of your favorite tomato sauce and a few additional ingredients. Twenty minutes and [... more]

Get Sauced!

Just in time for the peak of grill season, Trifecta Gourmet Sauces adds a new product to its line of succulent, lick-off-your-fingers barbecue sauces. Joining the company’s existing three flavors—Original BBQ, Sweet Heat BBQ, and Blazing BBQ—Kentucky Bourbon Marinade blends sweet brown sugar, tangy citrus, a mix of vinegars, and Kentucky bourbon whiskey. And like the other three Trifecta sauces, the marinade is both all-natural and gluten-free. Order your bottle today and experience the rich taste of Kentucky’s signature bourbon.        Photo Credit: Trifecta Gourmet [... more]

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