This is the Chili you want when you want a huge pot o’ chili. When you want to serve a crowd of adults who love spice and love chili, maybe for an event. And even though this is named Game Day Brisket Chili, you don’t have to reserve this big pot of seriously spicy, meaty chili only for a Game Day (although this will shine at a Superbowl party or Tailgate event) and I actually have other barbecue type options for the meat you can sub in for the Brisket.
I have seen so many articles and posts about Yaka Mein, ever since Anthony Bourdain featured Miss Linda Green on his show, “No Reservations.” But Yaka Mein first came on my radar in this article from Go Nola. I knew I just had to taste Yaka Mein and I knew the only way that was going to happen is if I made it myself. So here is my Instant Pot Yaka Mein. (Stovetop directions included, too.)
Yaka Mein has a long history so I’m not going to go too much into that because it’s been covered extensively elsewhere, like in this article from The Deep South. I am going to tell you to make it if I can be so bossy! And make it soon. There’s no need to lose another day without having Yaka Mein in your belly!
Hey guys, it’s me, the Frugal Hausfrau, with an easy crockpot recipe for a “barbecued” brisket or pork shoulder that, wait for it, uses convenience products! Yikes – has the earth ended? Maybe the lunar eclipse of the blood moon we had last week affected my mind! Y’all know I love a good scratch recipe but this Crock-Pot Slow Cooker Pulled Pork or Brisket has me breaking that little rule. Oh, I’m such a rebel…
I get super psyched over St. Patrick’s Day! It’s not the parades that get me going, it’s not the partying: It’s the Corned Beef Cabbage Dinner. I love love love me some of that luscious, briny Corned Beef and the potatoes, carrots, and cabbage that goes with it. All those veggies flavored by that broth. Heaven!!