Tennessee Pot Roast Sliders

marydukecooks.com   Tennessee Pot Roast Sliders Tennessee Pot roast sliders are perfect for game day! What could be better than warm pot roast and melted provolone cheese piled high on toasted rolls? To make it even better, the roast is … Continue reading

Fruit Dip with Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips

This recipe is from my interior designer Anna Davidson. She has an exceptional eye for design. She makes designing a room simple. Just give her the specifications of what style you like and purchases you want to make. She then … Continue reading

Pasta Alfredo with Sautéed Chicken, Peppers, Mushrooms and Grape Tomatoes

My family loves anything with Alfredo sauce. They call it Italian comfort food. With simple fresh ingredients, this recipe is a winner!  My dear friend Sue Higgenbotham was the inspiration for this recipe. Pasta Alfredo with Sautéed Chicken, Peppers, Mushrooms, … Continue reading

Michelle’s Slow Cooker Short Ribs with Gravy

Michelle’s Slow Cooker Short Ribs with Gravy   marydukecooks.com This recipe cooks all day in the slow cooker. When you come home from work your house will smell divine! The recipe is from my dear friend Michelle Ellis. Michelle’s Slow … Continue reading

Vietnamese Hot Pot Soup

marydukecooks.com   Vietnamese Hot Pot Vietnamese Hot Pot Soup is gluten free and vegetarian. I enjoyed it recently in Charleston, SC then came home and recreated it. Packed with flavor healthy vegetables, and noodles this soup is sure to please! … Continue reading

Coffee Rubbed Stout Roast

          marydukecooks.com  Coffee Rubbed Stout Roast Through the years I have seen numerous recipes for roast rubbed with instant coffee and cooked in stout beer. The combination seems odd, but the flavors play well together and … Continue reading

Oven Fried Baby Red Potatoes

Crispy on the outside and soft in the center these potatoes are a snap to make. The oven and cast iron skillet do all the work! Oven Fried Baby Red Potatoes 1 (24 ounce) bag baby red potatoes, cut in … Continue reading

Spatchcocked Herb Roasted Chicken with Simple Pan Gravy

Roasting a whole chicken that is moist and not dried out can be difficult. The goal is to have the breast 150ºF and the thigh 175ºF. The problem with cooking a whole chicken is by the time the thigh reaches … Continue reading

Hogs in a Blanket

Hogs in a Blanket   marydukecooks.com Hogs in a blanket are the grown up version of pigs in a blanket. Instead of hot dogs wrapped in crescent rolls, smoked sausage is wrapped in puff pastry. If you’ve never used puff … Continue reading