This recipe has been passed down for three generations of my mother's family.
This amped up version of the classic Rotel-Velveeta dip is surely to become a favorite with your family
Often described as “dragged through the garden” (reference to all of the vegetable toppings) this hot dog is a joy to eat in honor of the Windy City.
Delicious Carolina style slaw dogs topped with a creamy tangy coleslaw.
Chow-chow is a popular pickled vegetable relish with roots in the American South, from Virginia and the Carolinas, across Kentucky and Tennessee, to Arkansas, Louisiana, and even parts of Texas and Oklahoma.
Velveeta was invented in 1918 by a Swiss immigrant and employee of New York’s Monroe Cheese Company, probably the most successful North American cheese maker at the time.
The hot dog consists of a boiled, steamed, or grilled sausage, known as a wiener or frankfurter, tucked into a specially designed bun, usually dressed with condiments or toppings that can vary depending on your country, state, or locale.
Eggs Saratoga, otherwise referred to simply as scrambled eggs with cream cheese and chives, is one…
We cooked this delicious strata in a skillet on top of the stove. However after applying the cheese,…
This video demonstrates the proper way to cut watermelon so it can be cubed or cut into triangle…
"There is only one fruitcake in the entire world, and people keep sending it to each other." —Johnny Carson
"When chickens get to live like chickens, they'll taste like chickens, too." —Michael Pollan
"I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion." —Henry David Thoreau
Meet the Chef
Hi, I’m Monte Melugin, executive chef, food writer, consultant, artist, and creator of GrubAmericana, a website designed exclusively around American born foods–their history, legends, and availability. We’ll also provide some related recipes you can easily make in your own kitchen.