Sloppy Joes Tater Tot Nachos Recipe

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OMG, Get out of town, shut the front door, this Sloppy Joes Tater Tot Nachos Recipe is INSANE! The only real reason I made this is because I made Weeknight Homemade Sloppy Joes for my good friends over at The Inspired Home and I had a ton of leftovers after every one was good and full.  So I started to think to myself, what should I do with all this leftover goodness?  Then it hit, Sloppy Joes Tater Tot Nachos Recipe!!  BOOM!!  Talk about delicious, whoa!  It’s crazy because in less than 2 weeks I made sloppy joes 3 times.  The other time…

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Lentil Soup Recipe with Sausage and Kale

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Soup is and has always been my favorite thing to make so now that Fall is setting in, this Lentil Soup Recipe with Sausage and Kale hit the spot.  I go on a soup making hiatus throughout the summer because really there isn’t much to make during those months that is satisfying when it’s hot out, outside of gazpacho.  I even tried to do a cook book recently that is about all things soup, but unfortunately as you may have guessed that concept has been beaten passed a pulp.  However, that won’t stop me from making it! I’ve been into…

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Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

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I Remember the first time I had a Mulligatawny Soup Recipe.  My mind and more importantly my taste buds were absolutely blown away.  I was playing sous chef at a really nice restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri called Cardwells.  Our chef loved to make soup and dang was he good at it.  After about 2 months of working there he made Mulligatawny and I lost it…  I would try a small cup of his soup everyday and everything was always delicious, but when this came along I didn’t know what to do with myself. These were flavors I had never tasted…

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Homemade Pita Bread Recipe

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Man did I have fun this week making this Homemade Pita Bread Recipe.  I’ve never made it before but I am just so intrigued by middle-eastern cuisine, especially from Israel, so I had a blast making this.  First I was so shocked at how simple it was to make, it was literally 5 total ingredients.  THIS is how pita bread should be made, not with 1,000 ingredients from your local grocery store. I grew up eating pita bread quite a lot.  We would use it as sandwich bread all of the time when I was a kid.  My sister and…

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Turkey Sloppy Joe Recipe with Mozzarella and Pickles

I can’t even begin to tell you how much fun I had making these Homemade Sloppy Joe Sandwiches with Ground Turkey. I knew as the recipe was coming together that it was going to be a bomb flavor combo! It also brought back some great memories growing up in St. Louis. We’d eat sloppy joes on the regular and every time it was so flippin delicious, but this was the first time I had ever made them homemade. Now because I didn’t want just the sloppy joes on a bun, you know I had to take it up a few…

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Elotes Recipe on a Stick with Cotija Cheese and Cilantro

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This Elotes Recipe on a Stick with Cotija Cheese and Cilantro is the ultimate side dish to serve up no matter the out door occasion!  Seriously it may be my favorite thing to eat of all time! Once the corn is shucked, spray with PAM No-Stick Cooking Spray and grill until lightly charred and cooked. Next smother on some mayonnaise or Crema Mexicana along with some chili or chiplotle powder, cotija cheese, fresh cilantro leaves and salt and pepper! Save Print Elotes Recipe on a Stick with Cotija Cheese and Cilantro Author: Chef Billy Parisi Recipe type: side dish   This Elotes…

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Southwest Bacon and Egg Cups Recipe

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Are you an early tailgater?  Try this tempting Southwest Bacon and Egg Cups Recipe that is loaded with tomatoes, jalapeños, cheese and green onions! First you have to par-cook the bacon for a few minutes so that it molds to the inside of a muffin tin.  Be sure to spray with PAM No-Stick Cooking Spray to! They bake really quickly will definitely be the talk of your tailgate. I like serving this Southwest Bacon and Egg Cups Recipe in baskets so you can walk around and serve them up to guests. Save Print Southwest Bacon and Egg Cups Recipe Author: Chef Billy Parisi…

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Spicy Chicken Wontons with Guacamole

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Need a quick 1 bite appetizer?  These Spicy Chicken Wontons with Guacamole are absolutely delicious and easy to make. It all starts with slow cooking some chicken breasts in RO*TEL until the chicken easily pulls apart.  From there you chill it and stuff them up into wonton wrappers with some shredded cheddar cheese! Once they are baked to golden brown you are free to dip them in a tasty easy to make guacamole for the ultimate 1-2 punch. Be sure to make these Spicy Chicken Wontons with Guacamole for your next get together. Save Print Spicy Chicken Wontons with Guacamole Author: Chef Billy Parisi…

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