Sweet Hot Mustard Chicken Thighs
When it comes to mustard, sweet-hot works amazingly well, especially as a glaze for chicken. Even though we are using skin-on bone-in chicken thighs, I'm sure it will work with any cut of chicken. By the time this is done, it doesn't have a super-strong mustard flavor. It gets mellowed out by the brown sugar and spices. The old saying 'The closer the bone, the sweeter the meat' really is true. Leaving in the bones adds a lot of flavor and juiciness.
Ultimate Potato Soup
This potato soup has more flavor than any potato soup I have ever had. It is a bit salty due to the bouillon cubes but you can add more milk to dilute if you find it necessary. For less creamy and lower fat, use whole milk instead of half-and-half -- still tastes great!
Grilled Garlic and Herb Shrimp
Lemon-garlic grilled shrimp with paprika for an enhanced smoky flavor.
Beer-Battered Fried Cauliflower
This is a great and easy recipe for fried cauliflower. I recommend only using self-rising flour because it helps it get more crispy and the right texture. You can serve this with ranch, blue cheese dressing, or marinara sauce.