Simple, perfect roast turkey just like grandma used to make. Seasoned with salt and pepper, and basted with turkey stock, the flavors of the turkey really stand out. Stuff with your favorite dressing.
Best if cooking is started the day before serving. Boston butt is the easiest to make on a small scale. Use a shoulder or a whole shoulder (which is a shoulder plus the Boston butt) for larger crowds. The sauce skimmed off the top is very, very hot and can also be used to make terribly hot chicken wings.
This smoked salmon derives its flavor from Alder wood planks. I get these planks at the local lumber yard. Be sure you tell whoever helps you that you are cooking salmon on the wood so that you do not get any creosote wood or other treated wood. Also, make sure you know what plank size will fit in your smoker before you go to get the wood. This salmon will come out very moist and smoky, so be prepared for some of the best smoked fish you've ever eaten!
This tasty apple butter is a real slow cooker, but well worth the wait. Depending on the sweetness of the apples used, the amount of sugar may be adjusted to taste.
Get out your slow cooker and fill it with pre-boiled macaroni, sharp Cheddar cheese, evaporated milk, whole milk and eggs. Spend the next 5 or 6 hours raking leaves or playing baseball, then sit down to a comforting dish of macaroni and cheese.
A simple pork tenderloin recipe for the slow cooker with flavors of a fancy feast! The roast soaks up the wonderful flavor combination of onion, red wine and garlic, all of which come together at service to make a delicious au jus.
A three step cooking method is used to make these incredible, tender ribs. The ribs are first boiled, then grilled, and finally simmered in barbecue sauce in a slow cooker. This recipe does take time, but is soooo worth it.
This a sweet and simple white bread recipe that's great for sandwiches.
This is the best pork recipe I've ever made. This pork is seasoned with a spiced apple butter, and roasted in apple juice. If food can be warm and cozy, this is it - a great Sunday dish!
Instant onion soup mix and dried apricots simplify preparation of this hearty braised beef dish. It requires long, slow cooking, but could be prepared in advance, refrigerated, and reheated.