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Peppery Parmesan Potato Wedges

Friday, 23 April 2010 11:39 Written by John

Simple potato wedges that require no frying. Top it off with some Parmesan cheese and red pepper flakes to make this a manly side dish. Enjoy these Peppery Parmesan Potato Wedges.

Bet you can't say "Peppery Parmesan Potato Wedges" ten times really fast! Make a video of yourself trying and post your YouTube link in the comments section. You might win a little something if we pick your video.

Spicy Jalapeno and Chipotle Coleslaw

Friday, 23 April 2010 10:42 Written by John

Not all slaw is created equal. The spicy, yet tangy, flavor sets this coleslaw apart from the rest. Best of all this man food is healthy! Yes, that's right. Absent the mayo, this Spicy Jalapeno and Chipotle Coleslaw is refreshing and light. Anton Jackson would be so proud! (There is a little trivia for you, comment if you know what I'm referring to)

Chipotle BBQ Chicken

Friday, 23 April 2010 10:07 Written by John

Man food extraordinaire! BBQ chicken has a place in every mans heart. This recipe takes it one step further by adding chipotle peppers in the mix. Make your Chipotle BBQ Chicken as spicy as you'd like by adding more/less chipotle peppers to your BBQ sauce. How manly are you?

This dish goes great paired with our Spicy Jalapeno and Chipotle Coleslaw and Peppery Parmesan Potato Wedges.

Spicy Smoked Mozzarella Meatballs and Spaghetti

Monday, 19 April 2010 12:46 Written by John

The worlds largest meatball weighed 222.5 lbs. That may be one hell of a challenge to eat for any man, but I assure you it won't taste as good as this spicy smoked mozzarella meatball. If your craving some Italian this mouth watering meatball is one that you should eat. If you end up with leftovers you can toss the meatballs in Italian rolls and cover them with the marinara to make a delicious meatball sub.

Be sure to try this with the Tomato and Basil Bruschetta.

Bruschetta with Tomato and Basil

Thursday, 15 April 2010 10:40 Written by John

An appetizer whose origin dates back to the 15th century. These simple appetizers are also known as fettunta in Tuscany, which means "oiled slices". The raw nature of all the ingredients make the bruschetta a refreshing and healthy appetizer. In addition to fresh basil and tomato, extra-virgin olive oil is a great source of monounsaturated fat which is linked to reducing heart disease. Even though this is a healthy appetizer, it should still be considered man eats.

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