All Recipes2020-10-26T17:44:49-06:00

OTT Holiday Balls

Hear me out.  These over the top cooked barbarian style meatballs sound like a mish-mash of nonsense.  Until you eat them.  I actually don't tell people what they are other than "holiday balls" and

Texas Mustard Sauce

If I go into 90% of the barbeque places in Central Texas, I won't find a mustard sauce.  That's just disappointing because I LOVE mustard.  I'm the kinda guy that puts mustard on a

Pickled Pink Onions

I've always avoided pickled onions, they come with every BBQ dish around here, but they've never been for me.  Then I had a life changing moment at... a sushi restaurant; They served these pickled

Honey Twinkies

Never heard of a Texas Twinkie? Then you're missing out!  Jalapeno poppers with a slice of brisket in the middle are considered appetizers, but these have so much heft they could be classified as

Roasted Poblano Sauce

One of my favorite dipping sauces is this simple Roasted Poblano Sauce.  I've enjoyed this on pork chops, chicken, shrimp, heck even as a salad dressing.  None of the flavors are so overbearing that

Chicken Verde Poblanos

Chicken Poblano is a very popular dish here in Texas.  Typically the pepper is stuffed and deep-fried. Not these, I like to grill the chicken, shred and then smoke the peppers.  We need to

The Perfect Texas Coleslaw

Even locally, people have drastically different versions of coleslaw. One restaurant will be extremely creamy and somewhat bland (too much mayo!) and others will be so watered down you might think you're drinking pickled

Chicken Fajita Pita

This dish is requested to be cooked at my house at least every other week, and I don't mind doing it.  It's a great week night meal when you've had a long day and

Voodoo Shrimp Tacos

Shrimp tacos are a personal favorite of mine.  It surprises me but there's not that many good places to get shrimp tacos in San Antonio so I tend to make them at home once

Hacienda Guisada

Carne guisada in English means "meat stew."  There are a million different ways restaurants cook this dish, and you can find it everywhere in South Texas.  It varies from a light gray to a dark

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