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Fresh homade tortilla chips restaurant style

Fresh homade tortilla chips restaurant style by dp

This is the way all Mexican restaurants make their chips you all love so much enjoy ...

10 votes
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The Best Chile Rellenos Ever

The Best Chile Rellenos Ever by Mihir Shah

I love chile rellenos and this is a spectacular recipe - I use a little less cheese than you'll probably get in a restaurant, but it "feels" better that way. Feel free to add more cheese (or use different kinds of cheese). Enjoy!

5 votes
53133 views
Chicken and Bacon Waffle Cone with Blue Cheese Slaw

Chicken and Bacon Waffle Cone with Blue Cheese Slaw by Robyn Savoie

The Wisconsin State Fair is upon us once again. Over the next few days, I will be posting some great recipes connected to the "Golden Spork" Awards. The Sporkies is a Wisconsin State Fair food competition that started in 2013. This is my spin on Water Street Brewery's Chicken-N-Waffle Cone. Think about it...crispy deep-fried…

1 vote
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Corn Tortillas made with Yellow cornmeal flour

Corn Tortillas made with Yellow cornmeal flour by Spicie Foodie

Make delicious Mexican corn tortillas by substituting the traditional Masa Harina with yellow cornmeal flour. The tortillas will keep in the refrigerator for a few days, then begin to dry out( which you can then fry/bake and use as chips.) The tortillas can be reheated on a warm skillet/griddle, directly on the flame(gas stove) or…

3 votes
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Asian-style Deep Fried Chicken Wings

Asian-style Deep Fried Chicken Wings by A.L. Wiebe

I have been making this version of chicken wings for years now, and they are always a hit. This is just the basic marinade recipe, so depending on my mood, I spice them up some with extra Sriracha sauce, maybe some garlic. Do what makes you happy, but enjoy and have fun with it. *P.S. this will likely destroy your deep-fry oil, so…

2 votes
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Steak Tacos

Steak Tacos by Jeremy Cheng

8 votes
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Chiacchiere

Chiacchiere by Patricia Turo

Chiacchiere (chiacchiere in Italian means to chatter or gossip). and are also called cenci. They are called this because they make so much noise when you eat them. They are light and wonderful for a summer party.

5 votes
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Country Fried Chicken Gizzards

Country Fried Chicken Gizzards by Smokinhotchef

From the familiar to the not so much! There has always been a push to waste nothing in lieu of sustaining life and feeding one's family. In that quest, we entertain all aspects of and parts of animals as possible fuel for the body. Offal and sweet breads have been on the tables of fine dining restaurants for many a year with…

1 vote
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Bombay Duck Fry

Bombay Duck Fry by Paul Anderson Lumen

Bombay duck is actually dried fish...

1 vote
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Herb Flecked Venison Burgers

Herb Flecked Venison Burgers by Smokinhotchef

One of the best things about rural country living is the access and availability of wild game. Venison nourished the early settlers and Indians in days of olde. Venision makes for a terrific meal and it is a sustainable food source. Lean and earthy, venison can be substituted for any red meat and cut as well! As a part of my live…

2 votes
4107 views
Calamari, Scallops and Lemon Fritto Misto

Calamari, Scallops and Lemon Fritto Misto by Joyce Leung

This is a delicious, easy to prepare Italian antipasto. Make sure you serve it hot. Close your eyes and imagine you are in a small Italian restaurant near the beach in southern Italy. This is better than 98% of the calamari you'll ever order in a US restaurant - guaranteed. Yum!

3 votes
12186 views
Teppanyaki Salmon

Teppanyaki Salmon by Navaneetham Krishnan

Absolutely delicious with the typical Asian flavours.

1 vote
3023 views
Grilled Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage & Red Potatoes, Duck Fat Fried with Cumin Sea Salt & Cilantro Garnish

Grilled Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage & Red Potatoes, Duck Fat Fried with Cumin Sea Salt & Cilantro Garnish by Amos Miller

Have a taste for a HOT hot dog with an upscale South of the Border touch? This is a hit. Its a somewhat unusual sausage, but obtainable - or you can make your own (email me for the recipe). I use duck fat here. I save the fat whenever I serve…

5 votes
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Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar

Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar by Blackswan

Foodies, here’s another Christmas recipe to serve up a gastronomic meal. Combining all the extravagant ingredients, the chilled pasta is drenched in a fragrant Truffle Oil, teasing the palates of your guests even before they arrive on the table.

1 vote
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Fried Black Pomfret (Bawal Hitam) In Soy Sauce.

Fried Black Pomfret (Bawal Hitam) In Soy Sauce. by Navaneetham Krishnan

Crispy fried and drenched with a fragrant salty, tangy and spicy soy sauce gravy.

1 vote
3850 views