This vibrant tomato soup, flavored with garlic and an unexpected hint of orange, is a snap to assemble and takes less than half an hour to cook. Canned tomatoes, my go-to option in cold weather, are simmered in stock along with sautéed onions and seasonings of basil and red pepper flakes. Toasted baguette slices topped with Gorgonzola and fresh rosemary can be served alongside or floating on top.
Remember when you watched Downton Abbey and thought, "Hey, I wonder what Lady Mary would look like as a meth addict."
Yeah, me neither.
I've been a fan of football and bean dip for as long as I can remember. Over the years I've supported only one pro team (GO COWBOYS!) but I've experimented with dozens of different bean dip recipes. Some are too hot, some are too bland, some are too much work, but all had the gotta-have-another-scoop taste that makes a good bean dip great.
My years of bean-experimentation came together in this super easy, super cheesy bean dip recipe. It has just the right amount of heat, a satisfying cheesy texture that hangs on to a good tortilla chip and it's EASY.
Mix up a batch about 2 hours before the big game - turn on your crockpot -- and walk away. It'll be ready by kickoff.
But before we dive into plans for 2017, I thought it would be fun to see which of last year's picks you all liked the most. So let's take a look at the five most popular Boomer Brief recipes from 2016.
Here is a great-tasting, stick-to-the-ribs chili that is perfect for a family dinner or casual evening with friends. The combination of milder New Mexico and ancho chili peppers gives the mix unique flavoring, and the optional fresh chili peppers will satisfy any heat seekers in your group. Serve this with crusty country bread, a big green salad and robust red wine or ice cold beer.