"Pretty Food" for the home Chef
Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Good ol' fashioned Pecan Waffles
Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce
BBQ Beef Brisket
Herb Red Potato Wedges
Sweet Potato Casserole
Boubon Street Chicken
Cedar Plank Salmon
Philly CheeseSteak Eggrolls
Chocolate Pecan Torte
Slow Cooker Beef Stew
Holiday "Butt" Stuffing
Loaded Red Potato Salad
Oven cooked Prime Rib
Red Velvet Cupcakes
She Crab Soup
Secret BBQ Sauce
The Real Crepe
Flatbread Chicken Pizza
Mango Pineapple Salsa
Slow Death Salsa
Chili Cheese Salsa
Sfuffed Bell Peppers
C3 (CheeseCake Cake)
Dinner Bread dipping oil
Asian Chicken Lettuce WrapsThis has to be one of my favorite Asian appetizer cuisines. I always have them when they are offered at Asian restaurants. The little wraps will definitely be a hit if you are entertaining a hungry crowd. All of these ingredients can be found at your local Asian market.
Good ol' fashioned Pecan WafflesI just love pecan waffles so I decided to do my own rendition of this breakfast delight.
Asparagus with Hollandaise SauceHere is a good side dish to compliment almost any meal. (If you have adverse reactions to uncooked eggs, do not make the hollandaise sauce according to this recipe)
BBQ Beef BrisketFor all of those who love BBQ, this brisket recipe will definitely cure your hunger pains.
Sweet Potato CasseroleAfter going to Boston Market for years, I fell in love with their sweet potato dish. I decided to do my own rendition of the dish combining some home secrets and the obvious ingredients for candied sweet potatoes.
Boubon Street ChickenMy wife is Creole so I would be in the dog house if I didn't include this Louisiana favorite. I used a copykat recipe from years ago that I modified to my wife's liking.
Cedar Plank SalmonSalmon is one of my favorite fishes to eat; especially when its cooked on the grill. If you love grilled seafood as much as I do, you will love my recipe for Cedar Plank Salmon.
Philly CheeseSteak EggrollsThis is a very tasty appetizer I had during my time in Alaska. Can you believe that? Philly CheeseSteak Eggrolls in Alaska.
Slow Cooker Beef StewIf you live somewhere where the nights get cold, make a pot of this stew and curl up with a loved one.
Holiday "Butt" StuffingThis is a holiday stuffing made with the extra turkey parts not generally used in cooking process. It has been in our family for decades and as kids we referred to it as "Butt Stuffing" and it stuck. LOL Hope you enjoy.
Loaded Red Potato SaladThere is not too many people's potato salads I eat...in fact, my mother's is the only ones I'll eat. I decided that it needed my touch. So I revamped the recipe and added my own touch to it. Enjoy.
Dinner Bread dipping oilYou go out to eat at italian restaurants and they'll typically give you oil with some spices for your bread. Well, I practiced at home until I came up with a blend that works perfect with olive oil and hot baked bread.
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My wife has a tendency to call my cooking "Pretty Food" so I'd thought I would finally compile all of my recipes and share them with the world!