Steakhouse Cuisine

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“INA, DOES YOUR HUBBY HAVE A BROTHER?” RIGATONI

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This recipe is going to be intentionally vague because you might like the casserole “soupier,” than I do, or you might like more cheese or

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MR. POTATO HEAD STUFFED POTATOES

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Who remembers Mr. Potato Head?  My mom used to hand me a big potato and a few pieces of plastic with sharp points, and I

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STUFFED LOBSTER TAILS

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These lobster tails came from LobsterAnywhere and they were delicious.  I ordered the XL size, stuffed them and cooked them at 415 degrees for 18

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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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Sheila’s Potato au Gratin

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Wikipedia says:  Gratin is a culinary technique in which an ingredient is topped with a browned crust, often using breadcrumbs, grated cheese, egg or butter. The term may be applied

Cowgirl Rib-Eye and Onion Rings

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My FIRST LOVE was a cowboy.  It may have been Marshal Dillon.  It may have been Jimmy Dean. It may even have been John Wayne. 

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MONTEREY VINIAGRETTE

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This vinaigrette is soooo good.  It’s bacony and sweet and tangy.  If you don’t have the apple vinaigrette I got from Monterey’s Tasty Wine Bar

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PAN ROASTED SNAPPER WITH BEURRE BLANC & RED

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Omg, this is delicious.  Pan Roasted Red Snapper with a Crispy Skin and Red Onion Jam with Blood Orange Beurre Blanc.  This recipe was inspired

OLD HICKORY SMOKED CHICKEN

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A two and a half hour smoke with a handful of hickory chips resulted in a perfectly cooked chicken.  The breast meat was moist and

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French Vidalia Onion Soup

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The origin of French onion soup seems to have a lot to do with King Louis XV.  Some historians say he returned from a day

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