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Wrap your mouth around this decadent Bill Murray Burger.

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Take a break from your same-ole hot wings recipe and make it with bacon!

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Feast your eyes on these mouth-watering dishes

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Sweeten up your life with these tasty treats

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Be the hit of the party with this hearty Hungarian Mushroom Soup recipe!

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Latest “Chef Tips” episodes

All of our recipes come with a step-by-step instructional video so you know exactly how it’s done!

Orzo Pasta Recipe

 This orzo pasta recipe is one of our favorite side dishes, and you can dress it up with practically any fresh vegetables you have on hand. When making orzo pasta, I like to brown half the batch beforehand in a little olive oil, and then add the rest of the pasta... read more

How to Make Chicken Cordon Bleu

Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of those classic French dishes that’s perfect for a dinner party. Using just a few simple ingredients, it’s also affordable to make. I prepare my chicken cordon bleu recipe with boneless chicken breast halves, proscuitto (you can... read more

Cambria Chili Cookoff

Every May, the central coast is swarming with chili fans who arrive for the annual Cambria Chili Cookoff. And this year, I was asked to be a judge! How cool is that? I had a lot of fun trying out all the different chilis. There was turkey chili with avocado, a chicken... read more

Hungarian Mushroom Soup

Way back in 2008, we visited a little restaurant called Old Wives Tale in Portland. This Hungarian Mushroom Soup recipe is inspired by that visit. Creamy, and chock-full of mushrooms, the soup gets added flavor from a few sprinkles of Hungarian paprika and a bit... read more

Smoked Bacon Wrapped Hot Wings

Everything’s better with bacon, so I decided to experiment with a new bacon-wrapped recipe on my Green Mountain smoker — smoked bacon wrapped hot wings! I tried this recipe with both popular hot wing sauces — Franks and Tabasco. For this particular recipe,... read more

Latest Recipes

How to Make Sushi

Sushi, one of Japan’s most important culinary contributions, is rich with more than 1,000 years of history and tradition.
 The food first began as a way of preserving fish — the Japanese would press salt and rice in layers on to the fish until it fermented. That... read more

Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict is one of my favorite dishes. Despite the high calorie count, I order it almost every time we go out to breakfast. This dish can be easily prepared at home, whether you use a packaged Hollandaise sauce, such as Knorr, or make your own. One of my favorite... read more

Portobello Mushroom Ravioli

  The Barrel Tasting weekend in Temecula is always a fun event, and my wife and I go whenever we can. Not only to you get to sample some nice wines from Temecula, but there’s also plenty of food to go around! Each winery prepares a dish to compliment their... read more

Bunratty Castle Pork Ribs

If you ever have the good fortune to travel to Ireland, one of the most popular attractions is the medieval banquet held at Bunratty Castle in County Clare. These lively evenings are an excellent way to tour a restored 15th-century castle while enjoying a night... read more

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