We’re eager to say goodbye to Winter weather and usher in Summer for a number of reasons. One of our favorite parts of warmer weather at The Secret Ingredient is the chance to use some of our favorite outdoor cooking tools and try new recipes with friends. 669 more words
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Think of this as a lidless stew, or maybe a juicy roast. It took me 10 minutes to prepare, required no fussing while it cooked. It uses an inexpensive cut of meat, standard spice blends, and vegetables you likely already have in your fridge, freezer or cabinet. 327 more words
Comforting pinto beans are slowly simmered with zesty Andouille chicken sausage, sweet bell peppers, and plenty of other herbs and spices for an easy, filling meal that doesn’t skimp on flavor. 1,019 more words
Happy Ash Wednesday?
IDK, I’m not Catholic, so all my family ever celebrated this time of year was Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, what-have-you (my Mom and Dad met/courted/got engaged in New Orleans so Mardi Gras, and the whole New Orleans culture holds a special place in their hearts, which they passed on to their kids). 490 more words
“Low Country Boils are famous in many areas– just to name a few Louisiana, South Carolina, Georgia, and the Gulf side of Florida– You can think of it as a Southern equivalent to the New England clambake.”You will find this one has sausage, shrimp, Mussels, potatoes, carrots, and corn for an ALL in on Pot Meal Experience”…This boil is done best on an outdoor cooker. 206 more words