Who doesn't like a hot stack of perfectly fried crunchy onion rings? From an entree, to a side or piled high on your favourite burger, these gems top our list of fun foods to serve during get togethers.
Butter is one of the worlds oldest condiments dating back to 8000 BC. We thought it was time to give it a much needed face lift! This compound butter is sure to stand out on bread, steak, prawns, and more. Easy to put together and damn delicious!
So simple yet so good. Guacamole is one of our favourite entertaining dips and is at the heart of the table for tacos, enchiladas, migas, burritos, and more. Healthy with good fat and bright.
Looking for a little something different? Also know as 'Cowboy Caviar,' this side dish is about as Texas as it comes. The colour, texture and flavour combine to make this a standout appetiser. Serve with your favourite corn chips or along side your proteins.
This Tom Kha Gai soup recipe (or Thai coconut chicken soup) is absolutely amazing. Rich and creamy yet tangy and salty, this Thai coconut chicken soup recipe is filling but light and positively bursting with flavour.
Some people write off turkey as dry and boring. We embrace it. Turkey is a past time favourite for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and more. If you follow these simple steps and put in the right love, we assure you it's a game changer at the diner table.
Living in Austin, you’d get a side of Pico de Gallo with all your Mexican meals. Fresh tomatoes, onion, jalapeños and coriander mixed together to form a fresh accompaniment to any spicy dish. To change it up, we decided to make a more Mediterranean version using cucumber and red Spanish onion and suddenly, a lamb taco has its new best friend.
Growing up in Texas, deviled eggs were a staple for our family holiday gatherings and backyard BBQ's. Soft, succulent and savoury, these little nuggets of goodness are aways a crowd pleaser but we decided to take them to the next level with some added smoke!
Grilled cheese and tomato soup was a childhood favourite and now, you will never have to open a can again! Fresh oven roasted tomatoes and onion combine with the sweetness of roasted garlic give this soup it's traditional flavour whilst Black Angus provides depth and character.
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