Kansas City has its own unique style of barbecue, and Denver’s gaining a reputation for having great Mexican food. So to pay tribute to this week’s Chiefs-Broncos matchup on Thursday night football, Dr. BBQ dreamed up a recipe that gives you an “egg-citing” taste of both cities.
Lobster seems a bit fancy for football, but since they’re playing in New England this week on FOX’s Thursday Night Football, Dr. BBQ says it would be a "giant" mistake to leave the famous clawed crustacean off the menu.
The Rams take on the Seahawks tonight on FOX’s Thursday Night Football, so Dr. BBQ cooked up a recipe for a fish dish with a Hollywood flair.
When it's time to sit back and watch your favorite football team play -- whether it's in a living room or at a tailgating party -- there are some party favorites that are usually a hit. But with this recipe, there is a little kick to it.
With the Buccaneers taking on the Panthers in this week’s Thursday Night Football matchup, Ray Lampe – better known as Dr. BBQ – whipped up a classic Carolina barbecue dish with a Tampa twist.
Pork chops can sometimes get boring, so Dr. BBQ changes things up a bit using the flavorful tropical mango.
Vanessa is at it again, taking elote (Latin street corn) and turning it into a pasta salad for this week’s Good Day Gourmet recipe.
Salmon and asparagus sounds fancy, but it doesn't take a lot of work. In fact, Dr. BBQ's version is perfect for a One-Hour Supper.
Looking to change up your burgers? Dr. BBQ cooks up a delicious mushroom gravy to top these sliders, in tonight’s One-Hour Supper.
Cauliflower dishes seem to be everywhere and and the vegetable has even become a popular pizza substitute.
Looking to spice up dinner? Dr. BBQ offer his twist on that old standby, quesadillas, in tonight’s One-Hour Supper.
Tired of making plain burgers for the family? Dr. BBQ helps spice things up with this week's One Hour Supper recipe.
The culinary department at the Art Institute of Tampa is quite satisfying.
Oats aren't just for eating. Now you can drink them, thanks to oat milk.
More and more people are satisfying that burger craving without the beef. So-called 'fake' burgers are gaining traction in restaurants and at home.
It's hard to go wrong with an Italian classic like chicken saltimbocca. It's what Dr. BBQ is cooking up for this week's One-Hour Supper.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Vanessa created a breakfast-in-bed recipe that is fit for a queen -- or for FOX 13's meteorologist Dave Osterberg, who loves carrot cake.
While horses and jockeys get ready to run the "the greatest two minutes in sports" at Churchill Downs, top chefs from around the country are preparing to show off their culinary skills for the glitterati of the crowd.
If you get bored with the regular tomato sandwich, or have a plethora of them in your garden, here's one way you can put them to work.
This week's One Hour Supper recipe is a different take on the old 'Sloppy Joe' sandwich.