Collection by Neil Monroe

Drunk Deer Chili

Rating: 4.5 stars 68
When I cook, I usually just throw stuff together and there it is. I got so many requests for this drunk deer chili recipe, I had to write it down to be able to share it with others.

Chunky Tomato Potato Soup

Rating: 4 stars 196
Creamy soup filled with chunky vegetables.

Ginger Honey Drunk Chili

Rating: 4 stars 6
My unique chili recipe starts each bite with a somewhat-sweet ginger overtone which then melds into a full bodied chile spice. This recipe is the stove-top version but it can easily be done in slow cooker as well (starting with step 4).

Low Carb Zucchini Fries

Rating: 4 stars 60
A baked zucchini fry with crushed almonds replacing bread crumbs makes a very light, tasty dish. Zucchini are prepped first to get rid of extra liquid so they do not become soggy in the oven. Like having fried food without the oil.

Sweet Jalapeño Cornbread

Rating: 4.5 stars 147
Sure to be a hit if you like sweet cornbread and love spicy peppers!

Simple Spinach Lasagna

Rating: 4.5 stars 545
So yummy! You can also substitute ground turkey or another veggie for the spinach.

Oven Roasted Red Potatoes

Rating: 4.5 stars 1381
Red potatoes are roasted with onion soup mix for a crispy, savory side.

Boilermaker Tailgate Chili

Rating: 5 stars 8003
Ground beef, sausage, beans, and tons of spice make a real crowd-pleaser.

Rutabaga Stew

Rating: 4 stars 16
My mom has been making rutabaga soup for many years and it is by far the best stew I have ever tasted. It is hearty, filling, and inexpensive — not to mention extremely delicious and fairly easy to make. The hardest and most time-consuming part of this stew is preparing the vegetables. I chop and dice all my vegetables by hand so it can take a little bit more time, but it is very much worth the extra effort it takes. Pork, beef, or venison are all good in this recipe too.

Pork Enchiladas

Rating: 4 stars 58
One of my favorite ways to use up leftover pork.

Black Bean Chili

Rating: 4.5 stars 350
A chili that is best when prepared with fresh vegetables, but still delicious with canned or frozen. Serve by itself or over rice.