This grilled pork tenderloin is unbelievably delicious and super easy to make! The ancho chile pepper gives it a kick, but just the right amount–especially considering my low spice tolerance!
These barbacoa tacos are a must-make. I think I ate the leftovers for a week straight. The tender and juicy meat paired ridiculously well with the crisp and sweet pickled red onions. This recipe makes enough for an army, so be prepared to have a ton of leftovers, or plan on serving the tacos at a dinner party!
My brother, Andy, gave me Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill cookbook for Christmas and I’ve already made a handful of recipes from the book. Needless to say, I’m obsessed. Everything has been incredible so far, including the meal that I made on NYE. This short rib recipe didn’t let me down either–it was deeeelicious! I decided to make some cilantro oil as well, to give the dish a pop of color.
A hearty, home cooked meal is one of my favorites aspects of living at home. It’s definitely something I’m going to miss when I move into my new apartment. One meal in particular that comes to mind is my great, great grandma’s meat loaf recipe. I ask my grandma to cook it every time she visits California, as she makes it better than anyone else.
Although simple and non-labor intensive, I have yet to taste a meat loaf recipe that I’ve enjoyed as much as this one—my favorite part being the sweet picante sauce on top. My grandma typically doubles the sauce because we never feel as though there’s enough. I wouldn’t even mind if she tripled the sauce. It’s that delicious.
I thought it only fitting to feature my grandma’s more than restaurant worthy meat loaf on my website. :)
It’s all about the turkey in this recipe. I absolutely love cooking these quick and easy turkey burgers. I’d say they definitely give an In-n-Out or Five Guys burger a run for its money. With an equal amount of flavor, why not opt for the healthier alternative? Although, once you add the cheddar cheese and sun-dried tomato mayonnaise, it somewhat defeats the healthy aspect, but there’s no doubt it boosts the flavor tenfold. The succulent vinegar-infused sauce is guaranteed to titillate your taste buds—and it’s a strong competitor with the In-n-Out “special sauce.”
I usually make mini turkey burgers, but decided to make regular-sized patties the other night. The mini burgers, however, are the perfect dinner party appetizer. They’re just like sliders you would order at a restaurant.