Serve up any of these "man-food" recipes for Father's Day and Dad will be asking for seconds.
A sautéed mushroom-and-onion mixture offers the "wow" factor for these bacon-wrapped burgers. Part of the savory mixture is
pressed into the center of each burger before grilling, and the remainder is mixed with barbecue sauce and used for the topping.
The result is over-the-top good.
Thick and rich with a hint of sweetness, these baked beans are the perfect side dish for whatever you cook up this Father's
Try this cheesy spread over French fries, hot dogs, or chili for a Father's Day cookout.
Serve up some sweet-and-spicy wings for Father's Day. Cool it off with a side of ranch and an ice-cold beer.
Filled with cheese and wrapped in crispy bacon, these stuffed peppers are the perfect appetizer for entertaining guests at
your next cookout or neighborhood gathering.
Made with all the traditional ingredients and a homemade sauce, our Classic Lasagna with layers of cheesy goodness will become
a family favorite. The sauce is well worth the effort.
This flavor-packed steak takes on a Southwest flair with dried chipotle powder and a zesty avocado sauce.
These braised beef short ribs get their incredible flavor from a flavorful, spiced wine marinade.The marinade reduces to a
savory sauce that's perfect drizzled over a side of roasted potatoes.
Just add grease. That's right. As the recipe says, we added smoky flavor to bourbon using what often gets tossed.
A big bowl of Brunswick Stew screams "man-food." It's hearty, full of meat, and you can almost see it being eaten by a campfire.
Cook on low heat for 10 to 12 hours for extremely tender meat that's easy to shred.
Go ahead and call it Dad's Signature Roast Beef for Father's Day. This meat-and-potatoes meal is perfect for Dad. To make
a Cola Pot Roast, substitute 1 (12-oz.) can cola soft drink for beer.
Minced jalapeño pepper adds a subtle kick to these juicy skillet-cooked pork chops.
Load up nachos with a juicy beef brisket, beans, cheese, hot sauce, and Dad's favorite toppings for a filling snack.
Buttermilk-Brined Grilled Chicken is soaked in a mixture of buttermilk, brown sugar, and hot sauce to ensure flavor and juiciness.
Add this whole cut-up chicken to your Father's Day menu.
Dress up this burger with fresh herbs and a hearty scoop of pimiento cheese and bacon.
Store any leftover dredging mixture in an airtight container in refrigerator up to 2 weeks. Make sure your oil is hot enough,
and that it comes back up to temp, before adding the second batch of onions.
Offer with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, and, to save time, you can simply top with a mix of your favorite fresh summer fruit.
You can also serve the delicious Slow-Cooker Beef in slider buns with Dad's favorite sandwich toppings for a heartier meal.
Start with a whole chicken, cut up, and simmer in a homemade barbecue sauce of ketchup, cola, cider vinegar, and a splash
of bourbon for a Southern barbecue flavor. Dad will enjoy this slow-cooked chicken by itself or as a sandwich piled with Pickled Peppers & Onions atop Sweet Potato Cornbread.
A juicy chicken burger is nestled under tender bell peppers and onions and dressed with cool Cilantro-Lime Mayonnaise—this
one can't be missed.