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    His family's like the US. My family's like the UN. I was trying to cook and my boyfriend kept up an unwelcome commentary on on everything from how I should chop the vegetables to what I was adding to the dish. This eventually resulted in an uncharacteristically NON-peacekeeping move to banish him from the kitchen that night. The chowder was served soon after. We were able to reconcile. It's that good.

    Recipe #262395

    15 Reviews |  By lynmoz

    I've been trying to get this recipe right FOREVER but I haven't been able to worm my way into the kitchen at Bonefish Grill just yet. They lie to me like the worst of ex-boyfriends. This is as close as I got, help me out here! It's a great recipe, just not quite the real deal. Reviews TOTALLY welcome.

    Recipe #262288

    My boyfriend can be a red meat-fried food-arteries ache-card carrying high calorie terror! I refuse to serve red meat every night and these tuna cakes have survived as a recipe to which he will *grudgingly* submit. These keep well in the fridge too, you can store them and eat them cold, or toast them up in the toaster oven. I think these remind him of fast food because of their texture and size.

    Recipe #262286

    3 Reviews |  By lynmoz

    So you want the secret-eh? To be honest, it's not Chinese but Vietnamese, and it's not ancient, only about 25 years old. I love it because it's American born, American made. With a story straight out of Chinatown, Huy Fong Chili Garlic sauce is one of my favorite ingredients. It's incredibly versatile and IMO absolutely essential to any respectable chef's kitchen. I also call these "Firecracker Sloppy Joe's" depending on how hot I'm making them. This recipe is FANTASTIC for a party. Double or triple it depending on your guest list. You can make it hours ahead of time and let it simmer all day in the crock pot. Throw some buns out and let the guests spoon on the "joes". Rave reviews. Guaranteed.

    Recipe #262280

    There used to be a terrible late night MTV show called "Pants off Dance off". My friends and I came home after a night on the town and I had this recipe already made up. We heated up the meat, stuffed the pitas, and danced around the living room emulating the contestants on the show. I don't know if it was the occasion or the food, but my friends have never forgotten my "pants off dance off" pitas. Ah...College.

    Recipe #262107


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