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Jun 27

PROCESS: Prepare the Morels: Slice the mushrooms in half lengthwise and soak them in lightly salted water for about 20 minutes. Drain and dry them on paper towels. Place three bowls on the counter. Fi
Jun 27

PROCESS: Cheese Stuffing: Place mozzarella cheese, sun dried tomatoes, chopped garlic, fresh basil, salt and pepper in a bowl. Mix all the ingredients together then add a few small chunks of cream che
Jun 27

PROCESS: Prepare Food Guru's Grilled Pizza Crust. Cook the ground beef, drain fat, reserve for "pizzadilla". Place the Food Guru's grilled pizza crust on a large baking pan or cookie sheet. Top the pi
Jun 27

PROCESS: Serves two Trim chicken breasts and cut into 3 ounce pieces. Cover with plastic wrap and pound thin. Dredge the breasts in flour on both sides. Heat olive oil in a large skillet at medium-hi
Jun 27

PROCESS: Cheese Sauce: In a saucepan over medium high heat melt the butter, sauté the onions and garlic until translucent. Add the flour and whisk to form a roux. Reduce the heat and slowly add the 3
Jun 27

Looking for a fun-n-easy culinary challenge in your kitchen tonite...?  If you love to cook, ya gotta try making Fresh Pasta, it's really pretty simple.  Fresh pasta is one of those things that is so
Jun 27

Grilling the Crust Heat your outdoor grill. Be sure to clean the grates well and brush a little oil on them so the dough doesn't stick. Slide the crusts off the platter and onto the grill so they re
Jun 27

PROCESS: Cut two slices of bread on an angle about 1/2 inch thick using a serrated knife. Spread with butter or mayonnaise on the two outside pieces. Heat a frying pan to about 350 degrees. Drop the f
Jun 27

PROCESS: Slice morel mushrooms in half and soak in lightly salted water to remove dirt and bugs. Drain on paper towels. Heat a skillet to medium high. Add olive oil and butter. When the olive oil and
Jun 27

PROCESS: In a large bowl combine, soy sauce, green curry, cilantro, garlic powder, onion powder, white and black pepper, stir well to dissolve green curry. Add the pork or chicken to the curry bowl an
Jun 27

Prepare the Roasted Garlic Cream recipe. (see below) Grill the chicken or roast the breasts and dice them into bite sized pieces. Roast Garlic Cream: Place the garlic in a saucepan and cover with oli
Jun 27

PROCESS: Cooking The Chicken: Rub Chicken breast with olive oil, salt & pepper. Grill or roast at 350-degrees until cooked but still juicy. The Pasta: In a large skillet heat olive oil, add onions, mu
Jun 27

NEVER OVERCOOK PASTA...! The operative words here is Al Dente. which means firm to the tooth, chewy, slightly undercooked. Use Lots of water: I use about one gallon of water for each pound of pasta.
Jun 27

PROCESS: Place peanuts, garlic, ginger, cilantro and lime juice in the food processor and pulse the food processor to chop the ingredients. Add the remaining liquid ingredients and puree until smooth.
Jun 27

PROCESS: Cook the Corned Beef: Remove corned beef from the package, place in a large pan or dutch oven cover with water. Add the little seasoning package, turn heat to high, bring to a boil. Turn the
Jun 27

PROCESS: Turkey Meat & Stock: Pull the meat from the bones and reserve bones and slkin for stock. Cut meat into bite sized pieces and reserve for the tetrazzini. Make stock from the turkey bones, skin
Jun 27

I apologize in advance: To any purists who may become offended by the name of this recipe. I realize this is NOT the classic ITALIAN version of Carbonara, in fact it barely resembles the original dish
Jun 27

PROCESS: The Mornay Sauce: Melt butter in small sauce pan, add flour and stir with a whisk for 60-seconds to form a roux. Slowly add half & half a little at a time whisking constantly. Allow sauce to
Jun 27

PROCESS: Place spinach in the food processor and pulse until evenly chopped, don't liquidate. Add flour and blend until spinach and flour are evenly mixed. Crack eggs into a separate bowl, mix and the
Jun 27

PROCESS: This dough may be made by hand or with an electric mixer fitted with a dough hook. In a large bowl, place the water, yeast, olive oil and honey. Allow the yeast to bloom, about 20 minutes. Ad