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Baked Mostaccioli

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This is a basic Sunday recipe to feed a few people on the cheap. Same recipe as lasagna just with different noodles, so you can make this with just about any type of starch. For a southwest style you can use taco sauce and Cheddar cheese with some Tapatio hot sauce. Ingredients:

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Sweet Chile and Habanero Sauce

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I love making this sauce, it’s perfect on just about everything. I use it on baked potatoes, steak, chicken, fish, shrimp, pizza, french fries, toast, noodles, rice, vegetables….. on and on. There’s a little asian market that as the sweet chile sauce for cheap, which is a great sauce on it’s own. Once you whip […]

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Spicy Thai Noodles in Peanut Sauce

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I had this sauce the other night and I was quite surprised with it. It’s a new flavor that really goes well with chicken, shrimp or vegetables. I made it with crushed red pepper but Thai chiles, I think, would be best and really give this a kick of heat. Ingredients:

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Firey Tequila Steak Marinade

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This marinade is perfect for tequila and beer Saturdays. Thinly sliced Skirt or Flank steak, when allowed to marinate for 2 nights, will practically flake at the fork after you throw it on the grill for a few minutes. You can also use it to marinate chicken for great Pollo Asado burritos. If you save […]

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Pacific Fish Marinade

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This marinade makes for a great summer flavor. I’ve used it as a marinade for smoke salmon, which leaves it so moist in the cente. The sweet citrus flavor also works to give a freshness to chicken and pork.  Skewer some vegetables and use this as a baste while they grill. For a good side […]

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Sesame Tuna Steaks

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You can find tuna steaks on sale from time to time, since they were on special at the store this weekend, I picked some up and made a great glaze, marinated them and threw them on the grill. Made for a tasty lunch along with a caesar salad. Tua only takes a few minutes which […]

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Corned Beef Brisket

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Nothing says Irish food like Corned beef and potatoes. For St Patty’s day this year, i made up 2 four pound Beef briskets and sliced them up real nice and thin. I’ve had more ruebens in the last 3 days than I have all year. But for the price, a cheap cut of meat like […]

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Steak Butter

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This butter goes perfect with a thick, grilled steak and even on the side smothered on some fresh biscuits. It has just a little bit of kick but a good herb flavor that gives a freshness to any grilled meat or fish. I “roasted” the garlic for this in the microwave. It just takes too […]

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Billions of Recipes for Fish

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This was posted by a great reddit user by the name of  Ken-G. You can find the original post on reddit here. This is basically a checklist that you can use to make over a billion recipes just by switching the most popular fish recipes and methods (5 x 12 x 3 x 12 x […]

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Peanut Butter Whip Spread

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This dip is awesome. It’s perfect for slices of green apples and is amazing spread on a graham cracker topped with a piece of a Hershey bar. I seen it a while ago and remember it off chance, gave it a try and now I’m hooked, it puts Nutella to shame. Just mix the ingredients […]