Chicken Tenders “Guest Chef Saffron”

Chicken Tenders "Guest Chef Saffron". Although some people think its too much effort in breading/crumbing, personally I think it is totally worth the effort to make your own camp chicken tenders. They are easily cooked in a skillet over fire or gas chicken tenders are a great camping or tailgating choice, and can satisfy the fussiest, fast food loving kids. Originally it is likely that…

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Lama Stew from the Dutch Oven

Lama Stew from the Dutch Oven Guest Chef Denis Posted by Denis February 27th, 2017 no comments Dutch Oven, Lama, Stew Lama Stew from the Dutch Oven, It happened that my brother came along with some pounds of nice lama meat from his local butcher. You need to know that we’re always looking out for something special to put on the grill, into the smoker…

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Floribbean Cajun Surprise Pretzel Burger

Floribbean Cajun Surprise Pretzel Burger Guest Chef Robert Simon Floribbean Cajun Surprise Pretzel Burger, I came up with this Burger for the September/October issue of Tailgater Monthly Magazine. The Drool factor of this burger is 10+++. Not only does this burger have a surprise in the center of the patty, the layers of flavor are unsurpassed! Floribbean Cajun Surprise Pretzel Burger Guest Chef Robert Simon…

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Cajun Shrimp in Zesty White Clam Sauce

Guest Chef Robert Simon Chef of the Future Brand Seasonings  Cajun Shrimp in Zesty White Clam Sauce  A good White Clam sauce is a wonderful recipe to keep in your folder.  It’s a simple yet satisfying dish that most shellfish lovers will agree.  While it is a great comfort sauce that does well over pasta or perhaps spaghetti squash, odds are that most recipes are…

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Guest Chef G’s Deep Fried Deviled Eggs

Guest Chef G's Deep Fried Deviled Eggs While watching television one afternoon, I caught a glimpse of beautifully plated deep-fried deviled egg. I was intrigued. I didn't record it, but I figured that all I had to do was stick two deviled egg halves together, roll 'em in some flour, and fry them. I was right! My recipe is lengthy for those who might have…

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Guest Chef G’s Radicchio Celery Slaw

Guest Chef G's Radicchio Celery Slaw While walking through the grocery produce section, pondering what to prepare for the evening, I suddenly had a taste for a tangy coleslaw. But I really didn't want just a basic cabbage variety. So when I spotted the radicchio, I was inspired. Radicchio is an Italian salad plant related to chicory. The distinctive plant grows in a rich maroon…

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Guest Chef Brenda Fried Tripe

Guest Chef Brenda Gatta The Coming Spoon A place, a recipe... Fried Tripe – Trippa Fritta Fried Tripe Tripe cannot miss on the table in Castelfiorentino. It derives from different parts of bovine stomach. Usually tripe is cooked with tomato or, also, in white in slow cooking. We decide a different way, hoping it can be inviting also for the most skeptical people about tripe!…

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Guest CHEF G’s PULLMAN LOAF BREAD

Guest CHEF G's PULLMAN LOAF BREAD  A Guest Chef Recipe PULLMAN LOAF BREAD  VIDEO: Pullman_Loaf_Bread.mp4 3.5 MB (Adapted from Chicago Tribune, February 27, 2015). A Pullman loaf is a type of bread primarily baked in a pan which gives it a completely square appearance and a flat top. The bread’s name comes from its presence in the U.S. Pullman railway cars of the 1800s. Although…

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Guest Chef G’s ROASTED BABY ARTICHOKES

Guest Chef G's ROASTED BABY ARTICHOKES I recently saw packaged baby artichokes in the grocery store and decided to try them. I'd never eaten or cooked them before, so this was a perfect opportunity to learn something new. The verdict: I LOVE THEM! I did a very basic preparation that really celebrated the wonderful flavor of this vegetable. In the future I might do something…

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Guest Chef Chef G’s HUEVOS RANCHEROS

"Guest Chef" Chef G's HUEVOS RANCHEROS VIDEO: HUEVOS_RANCHEROS_01.mp4 2.4 MB While grocery shopping recently, a small cooking pan caught my eye. It was a little IMUSA mini 6-inch egg casserole. I already have a couple of pans that size, but this one had a lid. That was my excuse to buy it. When I got home I found a recipe inside the pan for Mini…

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