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Alton Brown presents his sumptuous ‘Grilled Grilled Cheese’ [Video]

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Lunch, Videos, Recipes, Cheese, America, Grilling,

Alton Brown, the lovable and knowledgable food geek and resident  cuisine geek, doesn't seem  too impressed with the current state of the grilled cheese sandwich. Thankfully, he has decided to share his own recipe for what he refers to as Grilled Grilled Cheese. You see, it's a sandwich cooked on the grill, and the recipe actually involves grilling the freaking cheese. That’s because whenever and wherever people say they’re gonna make you a grilled cheese …

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Yelp names the top 100 places to eat in the US

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Lists, Trends, America,

Digging into its wealth of user data, Yelp has compiled a list of the top 100 places to eat in the United States. Mining that data and using the Wilson Score technique, the 100 must-try spots feature a mix of some of the big boys that you've heard of if you're a true foodie, as well as a bunch of hole-in-the-wall spots that the locals try to keep to themselves. We've got the top 20 …

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Negley & Son Spicy Honey

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Trends, Strange Food, Condiments, America,

Set your beloved Sriracha aside, and prepare to hit your mouth with some bold, spicy sweetness from Negley & Son. The company offers three distinct flavors, all three of which aim to give your food a perfect kick. You have Classic Spicy, which is made from a secret blend of seven different peppers. Then you have the Smokey Chipotle, which adds smoke-dried jalapenos into the mix. Then, Ghost Pepper--flavored with one of the hottest peppers …

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Patrick Stewart eats his first slice of pizza at 72-years old

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Lunch, Fast Food, America,

You and Sir Patrick Stewart now have another thing in common if you've ever eaten a slice of pizza. Yesterday, the man who played Captain Jean Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation admitted on Twitter that he was in the midst of enjoying his first ever pizza slice: "But nevertheless, this was my first slice of pizza, which I was only eating because my fiancée and I were a little hung-over yesterday morning …

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Modifying my poached egg sous vide recipe

A few days ago I shared a sous-vide poached egg recipe. Since then I've been playing around with it and modifying it to make it even better. Today I wrapped the eggs a little tighter, forcing all the air from the top, thinking that was the key to keeping them from floating and cooking a little more. I also tried to capture a picture of the low level boil in my pot. In the picture …

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Poached eggs sous-vide recipe

We recently completed the Whole30 challenge and are now settled in to eating a paleo diet. I am not the one that does the cooking in the house but yesterday Andru told me about sous-vide cooking and we actually backed the Nomiku from Kickstarter after watching their video. Shortly after I saw a tweet with a video showing how to sous-vide an egg without buying an $800 machine, and I wanted to know more. I …

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KFC secret recipe finally revealed

Even the secret KFC recipe for making delicious fried chicken isn't safe from the perils of the Internet, and we've got the recipe here to prove it. Here are the 11 herbs and spices that make KFC "finger-lickin' good." Wait, do they still say that? In any event, the recipe is as follows, and the chicken should be cooked in a pressure fryer: 1 tsp ground oregano 1 tsp chili powder 1 tsp ground sage …

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Puerto Rican Cuisine Done Right: La Isla Restaurant Review

Over the years, my husband and I have eaten at a lot of restaurants, I hesitate to say hundreds because it makes it sound like I never cook at home, but I would not be surprised if it were true. We love food. From shopping for quality ingredients, to preparation, and execution of a great dish. It is all so fascinating, not to mention delicious if said recipe turns out as it was intended. So in …

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Cinco de Mayo: Mexican Flag recipe

So, in case our horchata recipe wasn’t strong enough for you, we’ve got something with a little more kick for your Cinco de Mayo party. Usually if I’m imbibing tequila, it’s in margarita form and I am just fine with that. But the Mexican Flag is consistently great just as it is. Ingredients: 1 cup of tequila the juice of 2 1/2 limes 3 tablespoons powdered sugar Maraschino cherries Green seedless grapes Banana Preparation: Dissolve …

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Video: Diddy on KFC vs. Popeye’s fried chicken

Just leave it to Diddy, hip-hop star, fashion mogul, and leader of Bad Boy Records, to bring such a scientific experiment into the forefront of our minds. Why the final word between KFC’s fried chicken and that of Popeye’s has taken so long to be settled is beyond me, but we need to thank the heavens above that Diddy was able to bring this important issue into light. Now we won’t ruin the results, but …

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