Steakhouse Cuisine

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EMMA PEEL’S STEAK FRITES

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Wikipedia says:  Steak frites, meaning “steak fries” in French, is a dish consisting of steak paired with French fries. It is commonly served in European

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WALNUT SALAD

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The olive oils for this salad came from Monterey’s Tasty Olive Bar in Monterey, California.  If you go to the Monterey Jazz Fest, stop in

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Smoked Chicken Salad with Gorgonzola Dressing

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Notice that the Gorgonzola salad dressing proportions are extremely imprecise.  That’s because you should taste this and measure accordingly.  Some onions are bigger than others;

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HONOLULU RIB EYE

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In 1994 I went to Hawaii for the first time with Frank B. Williams.  We stayed on the island of Lanai at the Lodge at

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BRUSSEL SPROUTS STEAMED THEN ROASTED

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If you don’t own a steamer basket, get one.  My pet peeve is restaurants that serve hard and too-crunchy vegetables that were thrown on a

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ICEBERG WEDGE SALAD WITH GORGONZOLA DRESSING

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The Egyptians were the first to cultivate lettuce.  Fast forward to 1916 when the first printed recipe for a wedge salad was in Marion Harris

SMALL PRIME TENDERLOIN ON GAS GRILL

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One of my favorite celebrity chefs is Alex Hitz.  He’s a native of Atlanta, Southern to his core and, if his cookbook confessions are credible,

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