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  • 05/24/06--12:34: Chicken Ernesto
  • I lived off 29th Ave & Clement Street in San Francisco for three or so years. On the stretch of Clement between 26th & 22nd Aves reside some of San Francisco’s best neighborhood restaurants. Ernesto’s was one of my favorites. Everything I ever ate there was outstanding. Baked stuffed clams and sautéed calamari are excellent […]

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  • 06/05/06--21:49: Jägerschnitzel
  • Probably the most prominent dishes in German cuisine is the schnitzel. I lived in Germany for four years and I can tell you there isn’t much to choose from when it comes to good German cooking. However, what they do well, they do REAL well. I ate schnitzel every chance I got. There are three […]

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  • 02/12/07--04:28: Country Fried Steak
  • So I’ve been pretty sick the past few days. I’ve been suffering from pertussis (whooping cough) since before Thanksgiving. My doctor calls it the 100-day cough. She totally wasn’t kidding. Last Wednesday a friend’s cats made my allergies go ape shit. Asthma was killing me, nose was blocked up, eyes were red, swollen, watery and […]

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  • 02/21/07--12:57: Risotto
  • I absolutely love risotto. I’ve never tried to make it before. I wanted a delicious side to the Korean BBQ Chicken I made last weekend. I took a nose dive into some of my Italian cookbooks and cruised around the web a little for information on risotto ingredients and preparation techniques. Here’s what I found […]

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  • 03/19/07--09:39: Korean BBQ Chicken
  • I was poking around the net the other day for some unique recipes (as I always do) and I came across Soul Fusion Kitchen. There are some very interesting posts and recipes on this site. The first thing that jumped out at me as the Huli Huli Chicken and Korean BBQ Short Ribs. This looked […]

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  • 04/02/07--19:44: Baked Fish
  • All I had to work with tonight was a little less than a pound of left over fresh haddock from dinner this weekend. That recipe will be up here one of these days. It ruled! Not that this recipe is one for the ages, but it is light, and taste fresh and delicious. 1 pound […]

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  • 04/07/08--11:23: Baked Breton Cod
  • I’ve posted this recipe in the past, but I just found some pictures I took the last time I prepared it for some friends. So I figured it would be a good thing to update. Don’t let the bacon, butter and cream fool you. This dish is much lighter than it appears. This is a […]

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    So I got bored and decided I’d take a shot at deboning a chicken for the first time and make a awesome stuffed chicken roast.  Not much of a recipe to share here, but it’s a technique everyone needs to try. The video below is all you’ll need.  You can’t find a more proficient culinary technician in […]

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  • 03/05/12--18:50: Filet Mignon au Poivre
  • The flavor is rich and complex, yet the preparation is fast and simple. BOOM!! I’ve been preparing this dish and ones similar for a long time now.  This version just cannot be matched.  I’ve done a lot of studying up on French cuisine and lately it’s been my go to style when making a special […]

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    I’ve posted this before, but decided to revise it somewhat and it came out amazing.  I know what you’re thinking, why is someone who’s such a seafood snob using canned clams?  Well, I moved back to Las Vegas from coastal Massachusetts and fresh seafood is wicked expensive and it still sucks.  There’s nothing like going […]

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  • 01/14/16--19:20: Korean Beef over Rice
  • Well, I’m back.  It’s been ten years since I launched this site and I’ve barely added much to it over the past five years.  I’ve been missing out on all the fun.  My friend Leigh has posted some interesting recipes and we’ll both be contributing a lot more in the new year. I’m not sure […]

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    When I lived in San Francisco, fresh halibut was readily available in many local markets. On a good day you can find large halibut cheeks which were always my favorite. Halibut is an often overlook white fish that has an excellent taste and delicate texture. This recipe is one that brings both those qualities out […]

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  • 01/14/16--19:20: Korean Beef over Rice
  • I’m not sure what makes this dish Korean, but I’ve always known it as such.  There are several approaches to this dish, but this particular method is my wife’s favorite.  She’s the one pushing me to get more involved with this site and explore my creativity.  She doesn’t like my preferred way of doing this […]