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Perfect for parties and get togethers, this bacon dip should only be made when lots of people are coming over! Its so delicious and addictive! Serve with chips or crackers. Of if you feel you need to be healthy, with carrots and celery.
Potatoes tossed with bacon, parsley, and a light vinaigrette. Because it is mayonnaise free, you can set it out at room temperature or serve it cold. It can withstand setting out at parties or BBQ's and is even better the next day.
It’s like everything good and creamy and flavorful about guacamole, but with more crunch and an explosion of sweetness from the kernels of fresh, raw corn. And because it’s chunky instead of smooth, like guac can be, it adds an amazing texture that is totally different from anything else in the taco....
These summery stacks marry four of my favorite flavors: buttery avocados, juicy heirloom tomatoes, tangy goat cheese and delicate herbs de Provence. While the finished dish looks intricate, they couldn't be easier to assemble if you start with even slices. Serve your stack salads for lunch with...
This dip is always a crowd-pleaser. It's hearty and full of flavor, thanks to the vinegar and feta. When brought to a party, it's always the first to be eaten!
A perfectly refreshing drink for the summer.
this is a fresh and nutrient-packed salad.
I decided to venture out and make up my own quick from scratch version using bbq sauce, molasses, a little turkey bacon for smokiness, creamy white beans, onion, fresh bell pepper and jalapeno for a crunchy peppery kick.
The “secret” to making grass fed beef sliders tender is adding in a few slices of real deal bacon to add back some fat and flavor. I also added in garlic, onion, pepper and mushrooms with a little sea salt & black pepper for that same reason. A little bacon goes a long way ~ to the 2 lbs. of...
Easy, tasty barbecue chicken. Great for your next cook-out!
A delicious vegan version of a classic southern barbecue sandwich.
This recipe is a copycat from a local Vancouver restaurant called Cactus Club. Nutrition (entire salad) Calories: 408 Fat: 13.5 g Carbs: 42 g Fiber: 6.5 g Sugar: 29 g Sodium: 800 mg Protein: 31.5 g