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    I found this online the other day and it was credited to Nigella Lawson. I found that I disagreed with some of the assertions made by both the re-poster and Nigella herself. Now I would never accuse such a sexy woman of being wrong, but I will say that the way I did things turned out great. This recipe reflects my own variation of the original recipe. After cooking and eating this dish I have concluded that this is what I believe to be "broasted". By that I mean the meat has been both braised and roasted, not fried in a pressure cooker. The end result is chicken that is so tender, you can almost spread it like schmear on a warm bagel. The 2 hour cooking time includes the extra 40 minutes I let it sit in the oven after I turned it off. In case you are not familiar with Spanish Chorizo, it's not like the Mexican variety. It is a hard sausage, much like a salami or pepperoni. It's usually seasoned with paprika, and is made from chunks of pork, not ground meat. I have found it in the deli section of my local grocery store.

    Recipe #464717

    I found this recipe years ago when using the internet to find the answers was a new novelty. I don't remember where I got it, but I misplaced it and could not find it again online, so I will post here and share with you. Oh, on a different note. When you see a slab of raw meat under cellophane in the local megamart that is labeled as "London Broil" you ought to ask yourself. "What cut of meat is that and it it worth the price they're charging?" If you don't know, or the label doesn't say somewhere in very tiny print, go ask the butcher. If he wont tell you, then pass the the "London Broil" and just buy a flank stake. Most of what is sold as "London Broil" is a cheap cut of meat that is churched up with a fancy name so they can sell more at a higher price. You know that giant chunk or roast beast that some sweaty guy in the paper hat is carving up at a wedding reception or at you local all you can eat buffet house, it's usually the same thing that they slap the london broil label on. Now, having been one of those sweaty guys carving up that chunk of beef, and having been the guy to order it and cook it, I can tell you that it is a cheap cut of meat, that is tough and not all that tasty unless you drown it in some sort of sauce or gravy. Well I'll get off my soap box now. Remember, buyer beware.

    Recipe #464621

    I found this recipe years ago back in the height of the Atkins craze. I have been using this recipe off and on for quite some time and every time I stray to try something new, I always come back to this one. Prep time includes the minimum 2 hour rise in the fridge. Time may vary if you use a bread machine.

    Recipe #463067

    I'm optimistically calling this this heart healthy. We'll have to see what the "nutritional breakdown-o-meter" says about it. Regardless what it says, I think this is still a lot healthier than anything that comes out of a can. I have hit the fat wall and after a couple of wake up calls about my weight, this is one of my first "healthy" creations that I hope will result in less of me. Oh, this also tastes great and even my 7 year old asked for seconds. I used home made turkey stock, but I'm not going to post a recipe because it's pretty much like everyone elses. My stock had a lot of collagen and gelled nicely when chilled, which I think adds a lot to the quality of the soup. I have no doubts that if you use a good quality, low sodium, fat free store bought chicken stock, you'll have good results. You'll see I took several short cuts but they don't take away from the flavor or the health aspects. The cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #446680

    I bought a jug of lingonberry concentrate at Ikea on a whim. What do you do with 2 liters of the stuff. Use is as a drink mixer. Oh, you can skip the vodka and give it to your kids. I find the drink helps when trying to assemble flat packed furniture with goofy instructions and funny Swedish sounding names.

    Recipe #443052

    Over the last few years I have grown to love a good bloody mary. I have found that what I like in a bloody mary is something with a nice spice and a rich "meaty" flavor. I want a bloody mary to be able to substitute as a meal. I think that you'll find this with a good amount of heat that will stick with you.

    Recipe #442801

    This recipe started off by following Alton Brown's pressure cooker chili recipe. We never had a pressure cooker, so we used a crock pot. Over time, my wife and I have changed the ingredients up, but we still follow the spirit of AB's recipe. You could also use a dutch oven over a low heat (200-250°F)

    Recipe #440640

    This recipe originally started off as Alton Brown's "Who Loves Ya Babyback Rib's" recipe fro season 2, episode 27. (Yes, I am that much of a Good Eats fan). The original incarnations was good, but it was too salty. So I made some changes here and there and over the years I made a lot of tasty ribs, but I never really had a set recipe I followed. I would just dig around the spice cabinet and throw in what sounded good, following AB's basic formula. Fast forward to 2009 when Alton Brown published "Good Eats: The Early Years. When this recipe made the pages, he addressed the salt issue as well as his esoteric "jalapeno seasoning". So I tried the new rub recipe with some of my own changes that I have tinkered with over the years and actually put pen to paper to have something last longer than the ribs last on the table. I hope you enjoy my take on something that is already phenomenal. Oh, whenever I make ribs, it's always a group endeavor so I usually double AB's recipe. I also realize that the rub ratio is not the same as his original concept or is newest rub recipe, but I think that the flavor is great and you wont be disappointed.

    Recipe #435851

    I love fish tacos, and since my family has been trying to eat a little healthier, this seemed like a good way to get some fish into our diet without all the extra garbage that usually goes along with eating fish here in the south (fish fries and the like). The Marinade is basically the same as my recipe# 241864 but with some proportions scaled back.I used halibut, but any firm white fish will do. I think next time, I'm going to try Gulf Red Snapper. I also pan seared the fish since I live in a high rise apartment and can't grill, but if you want to grill the fish, I'm sure it will be even better. The slaw is kind of like combining the traditional cabbage topping and the cilantro and creme all into one easy and tasty scoop.

    Recipe #435697

    This recipe goes great with the Chili Potato Wedges. It's cooling and spicy with a good bit of flavor. This will also be good with nachos, spooned onto a taco or burrito. Try it on my Recipe #330403 or on a baked potato. Go nuts and enjoy.

    Recipe #414092

    I got this recipe out of some Pillsbury cookbook my wife got for her birthday. I normally stay away from cookbooks like that because most of the recipes call for overly salted soup mixes and canned dough. But I found a few that sounded good and I tried them out to my surprise. This recipe I changed up a bit from what was printed because I would never serve potatoes without salt and I saw lots of room for improvement. I guess they assume most store bought chili powder will be loaded up with salt. I used Recipe #225751. If you don't want to make your own chili powder, I recommend looking for it on the ethnic isle, not the spice isle. Unless they keep the ethnic (Latin) spices on the same isle as the spice.

    Recipe #413713

    In an an attempt to make something I saw on Anthony Bourdain's show. I went totally off track and ended up with this incredible dish. The chicken is juicy and tender, the filling is full of flavor adds a great texture to the dish. The pepper bacon adds a great level of flavor. This dish may take a little bit of time and work, but it will be worth it anf your family will sing your praises.

    Recipe #413041

    Since the Umpa Lumpa's that harvest pine nuts started their own union, I have had to make some changes to my grocery list. $14 a pound is a little pricey for some tiny little nut. Pistachios are an ideal substitue. They taste great and if you buy them salted, (which is the only way I have ever seen them sold) you don't need to add any additional salt. One other thing. Peste freezes very well. I like to put it into ice cube trays and freeze it into portions. Then pop them out and put them in a frezer bag. It's easier to stuff a roast with pesto when it's solid, than when it's a messy goo.

    Recipe #408322

    I have seen many pita chip recipes here so I don't feel so bad about calling this a recipe. I think butter gives them a better flavor than olive oil and it helps keep the seasoning stuck on better. But I promise that you'll never buy pita chips again and I'm sure you'll put these out for parties. cooking time counts for only having two sheet pans and having to do four batches.

    Recipe #401217

    This is another wonderful recipe my wife created after reading a few others and deciding she could do better.

    Recipe #395562

    I got the idea from watching Iron Chef America. Someone made a bacon ice cream but I never heard any details about it. So I started thinking about how to make it and make it great. I figured that bacon is the candy of the meat world, so why not candy the bacon. Now the quality of the maple syrup is gonna effect the flavor of the ice cream. This may sound odd, but I promise you that this will become your new favorite and you'll be demanding that Ben & Jerry's starts selling this at your corner store. cooking time includes cooling time, and set up time in the freezer.

    Recipe #359986

    I saw Rachael Ray throw this together the other day on a 30 Minute Meals rerun, but didn't see the whole thing. I caught the beginning prep and the end dish. It looked great and I love shallots so I had to try it. I whipped this up based on how she described the dish and what the end product looked like, with a few changes of my own. If you don't already have a preferred seasoning salt that you make or buy, might I suggest you try my Recipe #209434.

    Recipe #339599

    This is an alteration to Alton Brown's Chips N Fish recipe. I think the addition of the whole wheat flour adds a lot of extra flavor . I know that Alton Brown insists that a cast iron dutch oven is the best way to go for deep frying. But in my opinion, get an electric deep fryer with a basket and a digital temperature control. Watch the Good Eats "Man Food" episode for tips on selecting a good deep fryer. I posted the cooking time as 1 hour, because if you are using the dutch oven set up on an electric stove top, it takes awhile to heat up that much oil and for the heat to rebound between batches. Try this with Recipe #331490

    Recipe #332117

    After sifting through 131 tartar sauce recipes, I found that folks either like it sweet or no sweetness at all. I feel that there can be a sauce that will appeal to all but the pickiest customers. I have whipped up many basic mayo and relish sauces in the past, but now I have made one that is worthy of gracing the culinary social network. Enjoy. Oh, cooking time is actually the resting time.

    Recipe #331490

    This is the pork version of my Recipe #261487. My wife an I prefer the pork over the chicken, but then again pork fat is one of the greatest culinary gifts God has given us, second only to Beer. Which, is called for in this remix, so use whatever you have on hand and would normally drink yourself. Last time I made this I used a bottle of Land Shark Lager. Since this is cooked in a crock pot, I like to do the meat ahead of time and let it cool, so it's easier to handle for shredding. On game day, I'll cook the veggie addition and add the pork to it to heat it up. Trust me, this sound like a lot of work and many days. But I started this Thursday afternoon, and ate it at a party Friday night. Which, I might add was loved by all. Like the pollo version, you can serve this on a flour tortillas with some jack cheese and sour cream. Oh, this stuff reheats real well, just toss some in a non-stick pan till it's hot and serve. Also good on nachos, and in a quesadilla. Cooking time includes the part where your sitting around doing other stuff while your poor little crock pot does all the work "unsupervised", but all the while making your house smell freaking awesome. Edited. Thanks for the review and pointing out the omission of the tomatoes. I just made this last week and I still am working on the leftovers.

    Recipe #330403

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