Easy and delicious meal for busy weeknights

Posted by: on October 7, 2014 • 4:06 pm

Chili Mac photo

Whip up this version of chili mac with a Stubb’s twist for the perfect meal for everyone at your dinner table on those busy week nights or even as a weekend family supper.

Oinkion photo

I cannot think of a better combination of ingredients for a GAME DAY menu or party than the Bacon Onion Ring.

Rocky on Parade: School-Night Dinners Made Easy

Posted by: on September 16, 2014 • 10:18 pm

bacon-wrapped-chicken

Do hectic back-to-school routines get you down at dinnertime? Over on Parade.com, Rocky has some easy tips from making dinnertime fun (and delicious) no matter how busy you are.

carne guisada pic

While fantastic on its own, served straight up in a bowl with a spoon, carne guisada also makes a savory taco or burrito filling.

Rocky on Parade: Perfect Chicken for your Labor Day Cookout

Posted by: on August 29, 2014 • 3:32 pm

Rocky-Reggie-at-grill-with-chicken_1

Big Labor Day cookout this weekend? Rocky will be grilling for his family and friends, and he share his tips for the perfect holiday barbecue on Parade.com. Check it out here.

Get ready for tailgating!

Posted by: on August 26, 2014 • 4:57 pm

Chicken, or “bird” as Stubb used to call it, just goes great with Bar-B-Q sauce. This year Stubb’s has teamed up with Tyson Fresh Chicken for tailgate season. Next time you are at the store look for the coupon on either … Continue Reading »

Try some turkey legs at your next tailgate

Posted by: on August 25, 2014 • 2:52 pm

smoked turkey legs

Let’s face it, foods on a stick or handle are always more fun to eat.

green-chile-cedar-plank-salmon

Sometimes a hot summer day calls for something a little lighter for dinner. Rocky shares some great tips for grilling up fish and shrimp, Stubb’s style.

Hatch chile season is here!

Posted by: on August 19, 2014 • 9:42 pm

grilled steak with corn and green chiles

These long, green chiles can range in flavor profile from mild to spicy. They are often enjoyed roasted, but can be eaten fresh, pickled, stuffed and grilled.

Hatch green chiles in dessert!

Posted by: on August 19, 2014 • 7:45 pm

peach and hatch chile cobbler

The only food category that’s usually lacking in these smoky, spicy chilies is dessert. I’m a huge proponent of using items that are typically attributed to savory dishes in sweets, so I thought, “why not use Hatch chilies in dessert form?”