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    Yes, you can make authentic gyros at home --> the texture and flavor of this meat is as good as you get in a good Greek restaurant, without the traditional rotating spit.. but this is just the recipe and technique for making the meat, for I'm assuming you know the drill on making the classic gyro sandwich - stuff the meat in a grilled pita with sliced tomatoes, onions and tzaziki sauce.. Enjoy!

    Recipe #285900

    Remember the 'wild sauce' that Taco Bell used to have back in the 90's? It was spicy hot and intensely flavorful.. I was disappointed when they discontinued it, and have tried many attempts at reproducing it - and I think I've got it close, here.. I do believe this tastes as good as I remembered .. Use of Tabasco is key, so no substitutes - it just won't be the same..

    Recipe #298543

    This is my Polish family's chicken soup recipe which has been a Sunday tradition in our family forever. I only serve this with homemade noodles, and if you have the patience to make your own noodles, this is the soup to have them with. I like to get this started early on Sunday morning, and I also like when the kids wake up and say "smells like Sunday".. Yes, there is curry powder in the stock, and if you don't like curry powder, I suggest to you that there is not a substantial curry flavor to the broth that one would say "tastes like curry", because it doesn't! It just hightens the flavor I think.

    Recipe #263531

    I got this from an Italian co-worker after having it at a work pot-luck. The flavor is really intense, and this can be served as either a side-dish or a meatless meal-in-itself. You can really use any type of pasta you prefer, I first had it with spaghetti, so that's always my preference. Really easy recipe. Edited: Psst.. please use real garlic, not the chopped stuff in the jar.. I repeat - use FRESH GARLIC, not the stuff in the jar, else you will be doomed to a bland result with no flavor. If made as directed, you will have a robustly flavorful pasta dish!

    Recipe #264474

    When I was in high school, I worked at a Polish Deli in Michigan and this was one of their most popular subs.

    Recipe #264488

    There is a distinct difference in the sauce used to make Big Boy's Slim Jim sandwich.. the Elias Brother's chain (in the midwest) uses tartar sauce, and Bob's Big Boys out west use a type of 1000-Island.. since moving from Michigan to Florida, I had to figure out how to duplicate that awesome sandwich, and I did it. The key is this tartar sauce, which is kind of silly, because how many ways can you make tartar sauce, lol.. Well one day when I was back in Michigan for a visit, I bought a jar of their famous tartar to bring home with me, and made a simple clone from the ingredients listed on the jar. This is perfect. Now I can have Slim Jims whenever.. Oh! Today was whenever - LOL!!

    Recipe #280997

    This is not an authentic restaurant-caliber nacho recipe by any means - I got it off a can of bean dip when I was in high school before the whole nacho craze really took off. To this day, I will still make a plate or 2 of them for us whilst watching tv, as we usually have most of the ingredients laying around. They are really flavorful and delicious.

    Recipe #263502

    I got this tip many years ago from my friend Anni and I use it every year now for my Thanksgiving turkey gravy. My kids say my gravy is the best there is, but I have Anni to thank for that..

    Recipe #266374

    I don't remember where I got this from, but I must have made a million of them over the years for parties and get-togethers. This one is in my top-10 all-time favorite party snack foods..

    Recipe #263520

    This is my clone of the Mediterranean Pizza served at Schlotzsky's Deli, which I had to come up with because ours closed down.. It wasn't too hard to figure out though, because the ingredients are listed on the menu on their website, lol.. Tastes just like being there again.

    Recipe #263495

    This is the 'famous' toasted tuna sandwich that was served in my Catholic school cafeteria. Who knows why they called them tuna bumsteads, but they did.. Use Miracle Whip for the real-deal, but I know a lot of folks don't like it so use mayo if you're, ahem, 'one of them'.. lol..

    Recipe #264461

    I got this recipe from an Iraqi family after the Persian Gulf War when me and my family were camping in northern Michigan. They had left Iraq after the invasion of Kuwait, and I was lucky to be strolling thru the park when I smelt this meal cooking in their cabin. They warmly shared their meal and gave us the recipe. The slow-simmering smells wonderful and the flavor is fantastic. This is not a spicy curry as curries go, so even my kids will eat it. I suppose when our troops start coming home, they just might inundate us with the flavors and recipes they've experienced over there and will want to have them again, just like our ancestors have after coming home from successfully liberating the oppressed countries of the past century. Hope you try this and think of our troops.

    Recipe #264340

    This is my clone version of Chi-Chi's original Mexican Pizza, before they changed the recipe and went out of business, lol.

    Recipe #263498

    This is a fried broccoli side dish that is so good.. This is more of a technique than a recipe. Very easy, and my kids love it.

    Recipe #264479

    My son works at Longhorn Steakhouse and told me the secret to how they pull off serving perfectly tender ribs throughout the day.Have you ever wanted to grill ribs for a crowd but thought it would be too time-consuming to cook numerous slabs on a grill? Here's how they do it. Note, these are best prepared the day before you need them, as the ribs need to cool down completely after this steaming technique.

    Recipe #334582

    Includes beef, wine and parmesan. I can't believe it wasn't already amongst the almost-300 shells recipes on here - it was on a box of shell noodles sometime back in the 80's.. seriously delicious..

    Recipe #411207

    This is a delicious and spicy gravy for serving over wet burritos.

    Recipe #263537

    Delicious garnish for vegetables and salads. From the Two Hot Tamales on Food Network back in the day.

    Recipe #263532

    This is really retro, but its a really good snack for your drinking buddies and stuff..

    Recipe #263508

    This is a tart and flavorful tomato soup that my cousin from Poland made us when she was over here visiting. She served them with kluski dumplings, I'll try to get that recipe posted, too. She had a technique of burning the onion over an open flame and letting it cool before chopping it and adding it to the soup, but I don't have a gas stove, so I don't bother with that step.

    Recipe #263541

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