How to Cook Crab Legs Like a Pro

How to Cook Snow Crab Legs Like a Pro

Pretty much everybody loves crab legs, but getting them in a restaurant is expensive. Snow crab season is early in the Spring, so you can get these tasty critters from your local grocer fresh and for a very palatable price starting around Valentine’s day into the Spring months. Follow my recipe below for perfect boiled crab legs at home, and you won’t even know you’re not in a restaurant – Not only will you save some cash, but it’s super nice to get embarrassingly…

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Steakhouse Filet Mignon Recipe

filet-pinterest-copyHow to make Steakhouse-Quality Filet Mignon at Home

Redding and I have been students as long as we’ve been together, and unfortunately, our tastes for awesome steaks have always FAR outweighed our budgets. A few years ago we set out on a mission to figure out how to make epic filet mignon at home so we could escape the wrath of $100+ dollar date nights while still filling the steak-y void in our hearts. After lots of practice, we’ve absolutely nailed it! We can take a Kroger bought filet and make it salty…

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Succulent Rack of Lamb that’s Stupid-Proof-Easy to Make at Home

Lamb Pinterest jpgSucculent Homemade Rack of Lamb that’s Pinterest-Fail-Proof

(Unless you’re Redding and set the hot Pyrex pan down in the snow… Story farther down, lol.)


– 1-2 packs of Frenched lamb racks (ours were ish 1lb each; Red insisted we needed both and we didn’t even start on the second one. Personally, I’d say one rack is good for two people, but I eat lightly when I cook heavily (a nice side effect), so it’s best to assume 2 racks of a similar size serves 3). Buying tip: older lamb is…

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Cheap and Easy Southern-Style Crab Cakes

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Cheap and Easy Southern-Style Crab Cakes

30 mins
Serves 4-6
1 pound crabmeat, picked free of shells,
1 sleeve crushed Ritz crackers,
3 green onions (both the green and white parts), rough chopped,
1/2 bell pepper, rough chopped/diced (recommended red/orange/yellow colors),
1/4 cup mayonnaise,
1 egg,
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce,
1 teaspoon mustard powder,
1/2 lemon, juiced,
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder,
1 teaspoon salt,
Dash cayenne pepper – Little extra if you want it spicy,
Flour, for dusting,
1/2 cup peanut oil


In a large bowl, mix together all ingredients, except for the flour and peanut oil. Shape into patties and dust with…

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