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    I've tried to copy the garlic bread from a neighborhood bakery back home, but I can't come close to the quality of bread that they bake. My grandmother and uncles would always buy 2 half loaves each Sunday morning, one for the ride home and one for Sunday lunch. I use fresh baked French loaves or a chewy Italian loaf.

    Recipe #281327

    Straight from the heart of my kitchen to yours. About as Italian-American as you can get. Don't worry about the steps involved. It's easier than it seems and well worth the trouble.

    Recipe #281319

    Easy and fun dinner for the fam. The trick, like any pizza night, is to lay out the fillings and allow each person to make their own calzone. For the crust, we buy french bread dough (un-baked) from our local grocery store bakery. A 1 lb. mound of dough can divide into 3 or 4 calzones, dependent upon how big you want to make them. I've included some filling below, but these can be changed to be as whatever you want. You can easily copy some of your favorite Old Chicago calzones using this recipe. This is a quick, easy dinner!

    Recipe #265294

    Great for a meaty, rich dish or just for a change of pace over your other sauce. Very simple to make and impresses easily. Inspired by a dish at Panzano's in Denver from their menu in the Winter of 06/07.

    Recipe #265262

    Use in place of normal mayo if you want that extra zing on your burger. This is VERY flavorful and stands up well with any sandwich, really. You can substitute from-the-jar roasted chipotle peppers.

    Recipe #231470

    You can grill or sauté the chicken, either one turns this into a slightly different, yet still fantastic chicken. Goes great with red beans and rice (see recipe 48913 or buy a prepacked box) or as filling for a Tex Mex-type burrito or enchilada. Also could be 'kabobed' and grilled using the vinegar sauce as a mop. Very versatile! And feel free to play with the tart and sweet balance to your liking by adding more or less vinegar and sugar.

    Recipe #230175


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