A grilled ham and cheese sandwich is perfectly fine on its own, but it really stands out with a little dressing up.
Brimming with fat and calories, this childhood favorite was due for a diet. But would a slimmed-down Sloppy Joe lose its charm?
Some barbecue is served with a side of pickles. Grandma Wooly tossed pickling spices right in with the meaty beef chuck.
The grilled Reuben-sliced corned beef, tangy sauerkraut, creamy Russian or Thousand Island dressing, and melted swiss cheese on rye-is the epitome of a New York deli sandwich. We wanted a recipe for a homemade version that tasted just as good as those from a deli.
With our recipe, there's no need to run out to your local deli for this hot, toasty comfort food favorite.
We wanted to re-create smokehouse flavor at home. For traditional barbecue flavor, we mix barbecue sauce into the meat, cover the patties with a spice rub, and smoke the burgers over soaked hardwood chips.