Monday, July 9, 2018

Kicking Up the Heat in Cooking!


There's different degrees of heat, but the more important element is the degree of flavor. Anyone can enjoy heat in their cooking, but when it comes on the wave of great taste, it's some of the most memorable cooking you will ever do.

Here's some fine suggestions from Cowboy Spice Company for kicking up the heat and delivering the flavor.













Friday, July 6, 2018

Rub-a-Dub-Dub: Steak Rub, Rib Rub, Brisket Rub!





It's grilling time of year. Get ready to make the best meats ever. It's as simple as the Texas way - a little dusting, a little rubbing, grill - no sauce needed!








Enjoy! I know I will!




Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Kicked Up Rotel Cheese Dip


Rotel cheese dip is a favorite for most folks. It's pretty straightforward - mix a can of rotel tomatoes with green chilies with juices and a block of Velveeta cheese and heat in a pot until melted and and mixed. I have made this mixed with 2 tsp of Cowboy Spice Company Sweet Heat and it kicked it up to a taste that is completely rounded and very satisfying.


Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Camping Food


Let's have a look at some fun camping foods that very crafty folks have shared with the world. 







Meatloaf mix in an onion shell, wrap in foil and cook



And consider glow sticks and jar with water for a romantic camping table - 


Sunday, July 1, 2018

Spicy Potatoes


No matter how you prepare potatoes, it's ultimately the seasoning that makes them irresistible. Baked, fried, roasted, whipped, or smashed, with a little oil or butter and a lot of seasoning, they become utter magic.

Some suggested Cowboy Spice Company spices that are ideal - Garlic Black Pepper Trail, Old Texas Trail, Sweet Heat, and Texas Yard Bird.

Don't forget you homemade potato chip seasoning when making these beauties:

Very thinly slice potato and soak chips in cold water with salt to remove some starch. Heat deep fryer oil (choose vegetable, peanut, olive oil) to about 365 degrees. Pat potato slices off so the water doesn't cause splatters. Lower groups of slices into the fryer at a time. Once golden brown, remove with strainer spoon and drop onto paper towels to dry out. Sprinkle with seasoning liberally.

Enjoy!




Herbed Chicken on Mashed Yams

Pretty easy but fancy meal with very complex exciting tastes. The lemon acid and the sweet yams mix well together. Cut up and peel one ...