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Thursday, 29 July 2010 09:47

Yellow Squash Boat

Yellow Squash Boats; sail away to squash heaven. Or something like that. It has squash, cheese, crackers, and onions, a great combination for a great side dish. And it is pretty simple too. Carve your boats, mix your filling, toss it all together in the oven, and you have a healthy and delicious side dish in around half an hour.

Published in Side Dishes
Friday, 16 July 2010 02:33

Beef Tamales

What happens when you leave two guys at home with nothing to do? Let's hope nothing dangerous! In my case, we made Beef Tamales. Let me rephrase that, a shit load of Beef Tamales. Not including the shopping we did the day before, my friend Shahay and I spent 15 consecutive hours in the kitchen making these delicious Beef Tamales. I do admit that between the cooking times we played a few games of Modern Warfare 2, so it wasn't all work and no fun. Best of all I had the opportunity to prove to my wife, who doubted my ability, that even a noob like myself can make awesome Beef Tamales. I knew it was sweet victory when she ate her words after taking her first bite and admitting the Tamales rocked.

Published in Main Course
Thursday, 01 July 2010 08:57

Beer Battered Fries

The first time I had Beer Battered Fries, was at a bar/restaurant in Huntington Beach, CA. After an interview in Irvine, I met up with my friend Set and Gary for lunch. Set took us to this place for the sole purpose of trying their Beer Battered Fries. I still remember this day like it was yesterday. In fact this was in July of 2001, exactly 9 years ago. With a little help from Google I found the restaurant and sure enough they still have Beer Battered Fries on the menu, the place is called Huntington Beach Beer Company. Now I can't remember how the food was, but I can say that I don't see Beer Battered Fries on menus very often. This Beer Battered Fries Recipe isn't the same as the one they have at HB Beer Company but it is good. Choosing the type of beer you use in your batter makes this recipe personal to each individual. What type of beer would you use? Check the comment section to see what I used.

Published in Side Dishes
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 06:38

Chipotle Mayo

Chipotle Peppers are a great way to spice up Mayo. Since it only take a handful of ingredients to make Chipotle Mayo, I recommend it for almost everything. Chipotle Mayo will go great on burgers, sandwiches, and our perfect french fries.

Published in Side Dishes
Wednesday, 26 May 2010 08:24

How To Make French Fries

Everybody knows How to Make French Fries, but these directions will show you how to make french fries everyone will love. This is more of a how to article than a recipe for french fries. We should all know what ingredients are needed, but lack the knowledge required for preparation. These french fries are golden crispy strings of starchy goodness.  Sorry Dr. Atkins!!!

Published in Side Dishes
Friday, 23 April 2010 11:39

Peppery Parmesan Potato Wedges

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.

Published in Side Dishes
Friday, 23 April 2010 10:42

Spicy Jalapeno and Chipotle Coleslaw

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)

Published in Side Dishes
Thursday, 15 April 2010 10:40

Bruschetta with Tomato and Basil

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.

Published in Appetizers
Thursday, 18 March 2010 12:29

Healthy Chili

This is by far my favorite chili recipe. In its original form it calls for beef, but add a nice amount of ground turkey and you will never know the difference. And it will make it a bit more healthy. Besides that the veggies in this recipe are plentiful and delicious. Its almost a feel good chili. So when its time for that Sunday football party you can pig out on chili, and not feel too bad about it. My tip on this one..... don't be a wimp with the chili powder, give it a little spice!

Published in Side Dishes
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