Dallas-Style Sloppy Joes
These sloppy Joes feature zesty sauces and fresh veggies.
Black beans absorb other flavors superbly, so try to leave this for at least 20 minutes before serving to allow the different flavors to blend together.
Delicious salad that tastes like the III Forks salad (if you live in the Dallas area). It's an excellent salad that everyone will love, and it's very easy to make!
Cowboy Cookies III
These are yummy. If you can manage to get them to cook just the right way, they aren't crunchy, but soft and the tiniest bit chewy, and melt in your mouth!
Baby Doe's Cheese Soup with Beer
Baby Doe's Cheese Soup came from a famous steak place in Dallas, Texas.
Cowboy Oatmeal Cookies
It's a great cookie, one of the kids' favorites. This doesn't call for nuts, but I sometimes add about 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts or pecans.
Rich Mexican Corn
This recipe came from my step-mom in Dallas, Texas. They like it hot so they put in a few extra jalapenos.
Cowboy Stew I
This is nice and thick and yummy. Sour cream is also good on this.
Baked Chicken Reuben
This is a great make-ahead dish from Marcia C. Adams of Fort Wayne, Indiana. It took the top $10,000 prize in the National Chicken Cooking Contest in Dallas, Texas. It sounds weird, but it is good.
Cowboy Mashed Potatoes
Quick, easy and delicious mashed potatoes with corn and carrots.
Brazilian Grilled Pineapple
Favorite at a Brazilian steakhouse in Dallas. Not sure if this is the exact recipe they use but it tastes very close. Great side for kabobs and steak.
Bethany's Frito® Pie
Fritos® and chili! This was a real favorite when I was a kid, and it still is. With the Frito-Lay® Company being based in Dallas, this dish is about as Texan as you can get.