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Sweet Chile and Habanero Sauce

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 this up, you’ll see how great it goes on everything, it’s just a great combination of sweet, salty, and spicy.


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Homestyle Bacon Gravy

This weekend I was making breakfast and made biscuits, only because I had a tube that I wanted to get rid of. While I was making Bacon, I decided to go with a sausage gravy idea, so I whipped this up and it came out pretty good. it’s a really easy recipe and it was all stuff that I had anyways so it cost next to nothing for me to have breakfast and lunch.


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Super Easy Broccoli Soup

I made this soup after coming across the video on youtube. It’s so easy it’s stupid and it makes for a good healthy lunch. I like broccoli but usually only when it’s stir fried in a sauce so I added a few things to mix it up. I threw in 3 cloves of garlic and about 1/3 of an onion to the broccoli as it boiled and then added that to the food processor. Also, Instead of drizzling the Olive Oil in the bowl I just added about a tablespoon to the blender as well so that it was mixed in. Instead of the walnuts and goat cheese, I just shredded some pepper jack cheese and then I used Sriracha to drizzle over at the end.

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Chinese Fried Eggs

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These eggs are pretty tasty. The saltiness of the soy sauce and the sweetness from the sugar give an even flavor that make these eggs addicting. hardboiling the eggs is the hardest part of this recipe so, if you’re like me and have a dozen hardboiled eggs on hand at all time, then these make a great snack with only a few minutes of prep.


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Lumpias are spring rolls of Chinese origin that have become a staple food in Indonesia and the Phillipines. Filled with Pork and vegetables, they are usually fried until golden brown and crisp. Their cheap cost and ease of prep makes these a great meal to make a batch of and fry up a few at a time all week.


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Chicken Cordon Bleu

This recipe is for a quick Chicken Cordon Bleu dinner. It has it’s roots in Switzerland of all places, but was more American-ized in the 50’s. It’s a nice take on the normal baked chicken and makes for a nice entree with some masked potatoes and greenbeans on the side, or, don’t bread the chicken and it makes for a great sammich filler.

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Guy Fieri’s Tex Wasabi Menu

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Guy Fieri is one of those tv personalities that I just don’t care for. It’s the look of his that just screams “trying to cling to youth” that I find annoying.  I do give him credit as a cook tho and he does make for entertaining television.  He’s been in the restaraunt game for a while now, and while people hate on him for coming up with some goofy shit, it really is what ‘Murica wants and i can’t blame him for catering his menus to make the most money. So with all the heat Guy Fieri is getting over his new spot in NY,  I figured I’d post the menu to one of his other restaurants, Tex Wasabi, for some ideas. As stupid as “Gringo Sushi” sounds, there’s some good pairings of flavors.

You can find the Full Menu at the Tex Wasabi Site

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Homemade GameDay Meatballs

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Since the store had a good sale on ground beef, I decided to make some homemade meatballs for the football games. They were pretty easy to make, I prepped them up in about 20 minutes and then let them simmer in sauce for about 4 hours. When they came out they were amazing. The meat was tender and juicy, and the flavor was immense.

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