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Not-Your-Father’s Taco Salad

Hearing taco salad for dinner, we expected a shell bowl filled with grease and sour cream. But, this taco salad is not that taco salad.

Dark Meat Chicken Noodle Soup in the Instant Pot

Seeking to accentuate the “comfort” for our sick wife, we used skin-on chicken thighs for this chicken noddle soup made in the Instant Pot.

Breaded Pork Chops Sous Vide with Tangy Mushroom Sauce

We cooked pork chops sous vide then breaded and finished them in the oven to get that crispy, crunchy crust using our faux fried technique.

Pressure Cooker Chicken Breast and Broccoli Pasta: Healthy, probably, maybe, could be

Here’s a recipe for chicken breast and broccoli sauce in the Instant Pot. The magical ingredient is the renderings from the chicken skin.

Get Festive: Shredded Chicken Tacos Using an Instant Pot

We wanted shredded chicken tacos. Our Instant Pot, per usual, handled the heavy lifting. Do not sleep on our homemade pico de gallo, though.

Turkey Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash Just Like Someone’s Mother Used to Make

Acorn squash is a vessel which delivers deliciousness of all types, sweet or savory, including this turkey sausage stuffing.

The Fundamentals: Whole Roasted Chicken

Chicken was meant to be cooked whole with crispy skin. Anyone can roast a chicken. It’s child’s play. Here’s how to elevate the experience.

Hungarian Pork Paprikash: a meal you’ll think about for at least a decade

Paprikash delivers rich, tangy, velvety flavor. Tomato provides acidity. Sour cream makes it smooth. Tender pork gives it the taste of home.

If you ever listen to one thing we say: make this guacamole

You’re your own man. We get it. You’ve got to blaze your own trail. You’re certainly not going listen to some foolish website telling you what you should do and how you should do it. We admire your tenacity. And, your independence. But, calm down for a hot second, and make this spicy guacamole because […]

Covet summer’s spice all year with homemade hot sauce

This summer, we grew a ton of Thai dragon peppers. We add them to almost everything—salsa, hummus, pasta sauce, oatmeal. Not oatmeal. That was a joke. A lame joke. Autumn has fallen upon us. With temperatures dropping, we must harvest and use all of our peppers. But, that doesn’t mean we should let winter destroy […]

Our pizza? It’s not delivery; it’s homemade–by the hands of a gentleman

Color us predictable, but we at G@H enjoy pizza. Delivery pizza, though, isn’t our deal.  Sure, the grease-stained box conjures childhood memories. We’re just left unfulfilled. Swollen yet unfulfilled. We deserve better than processed cheese and over-buttered crust. That’s why we DIY our pizza. Fresh dough. Quality toppings. Homemade sauce. Winner, winner, pizza dinner. Making […]

Savory French Toast

Some skills are essential for the gentleman’s toolkit. The ability to cook an excellent breakfast always impresses. French toast reigns supreme among morning entrees because it (1.) tastes marvelous, (2.) requires little culinary magic, and (3.) allows you to revive otherwise semi-stale bread. As with life, we at G@H like to spice up traditional French […]