Thursday nights are perfect for sitting back, getting comfortable, and catching some NFL football on FOX. And since your getting comfortable, Dr. BBQ decided it was time to cook up some southern-style comfort food.
Learn to make stuffed Jack-O'-Lanterns and zombie fingers.
Giants and Eagles fans are both passionate about their teams and they're usually bitter rivals. But one thing they do have in common is an appetite for great food. For tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup, Dr. BBQ decided to take something Philly is famous for and give it a New York City spin.
Last week's Thursday night game between the Chiefs and the Bills was at first postponed, then moved to Monday. Despite all of the craziness, our Dr. BBQ discovered fans are still hungry for football any day of the week.
Learn to make Halloween truffles.
This week marks the return of Thursday Night Football on FOX. To accompany this Tampa-Chicago matchup, Dr. BBQ cooked up this combination of the cities' two most famous dishes, Cuban sandwiches and hot dogs, respectively.
Learn to make scary steak tacos with creepy corn on the cob and wicked wile rice.
Learn to make grilled BBQ baby back ribs.
Chinese Hot-Pot is a social and communal cooking method.
To make a great burger bar, start with a couple of different choices for the protein. Beef is the most popular, of course, but I love turkey burgers. And we can’t forget the guests who are on a plant-based diet. Always have choices for the buns, too.
Learn to make an American flag cake.
Learn to make Peking Duck.
Recipe for Asian pepper beef.
This week, Dr. BBQ is showing us how to make a pork meal that won't dirty too many dishes.
Forget about eating out on Valentine's Day. You can create a romantic meal at home.
Want to skip the crowded restaurant scene and do something really romantic? FOX 13 photojournalist Jason Wright shows us how you can fill the stomach and woo the heart in one tasty meal.
Dr. BBQ says this One-Hour Supper is a unique and tasty soup that will be a favorite on chilly game days.
This MoKan nut topping is rich and delicious, and Dr. BBQ says it also would work great on top of traditional box brownie mixes if that’s easier for you.
Good food is the key to making any Super Bowl party great, so we drafted Dr. BBQ to be our kitchen quarterback. He came up with a plan to "sandwich" in something delicious.
Kansas City takes great pride in barbequing, and San Francisco is home to one of the oldest and most established Chinatown communities in the country. So here's Dr. BBQ's take on chicken wings, with a unique Asian-inspired sauce.