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    This is a fondue available at the longtime local favorite Rhinelander restaurant, and subsequently Gustav's restaurants, both founded by Chef Horst Mager, in Portland Oregon. I just can't stress enough how delicious this fondue is. Whether you are a fondue fan or not, you simply must try this very easy to make favorite.

    Recipe #479817

    If you've never eaten authentic creole, you truly don't know what you're missing. I discovered this Louisiana favorite while residing there and it was love at first bite. This dish has a very unique taste that defies description. It is very easy to make, and you're doing yourself a serious disservice if you don't give it a try. You can use crawfish rather than shrimp. Crawfish are simply not plentiful where I now live. Don't be lured into making an "easy" version of this with Ro-tel or mushroom soup. This is easy enough to make from scratch.

    Recipe #474693

    The thickest, creamiest, best tasting homemade Clam Chowder you've ever had. This is true five star restaurant caliber clam chowder that is remarkably easy to make and unbelievably delicious. You will have never had a better bowl of Clam Chowder outside of a restaurant environment. If you seek "stand out" recipes the way I do, you'll love this one. I generally double this recipe.

    Recipe #465730


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