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Mr. Delicious

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  1. Mr. Delicious

    Marilyn Hagerty Goes Viral

    I am from North Dakota and still live here, to me this is upsetting, not that she wrote the article badly, but that it is how most people up here look at food. I personally liked her review of Taco Bell, the quesadilla was "half circle and cut into wedge shaped slices" now thats horrible writing. It is North Dakota but i think we know how a quesadilla gets cut. The "hype" of olive garden happened here too, and for some reason people eat there and yet our local Italian place with great food closed. Its be a chain or dont survive in North Dakota for the most part.
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    Interesting Ice Cream Flavors

    I made a pineapple sambal ice cream this week and after sharing 2 quarts throughout the day, we decided it need lime and chopped pretzels, wow, I was right... I also have done strawberry green pepper corn and may do a cinnamon orange rooibos tea this week... I love summer!
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    Jalapenos

    I do several cheesecakes with candied jalpapenos, a candied jalapeno blueberry, jalapeno and bacon, and jalapeno mint and myers rum..... Amazing and they even sell here in North Dakota
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    Job market in New Orleans

    I am not from NO but from what i heard they have more restaurants post Katrina than pre. To me it would be a much better place than Chicago much more affordable IMO better food maybe not as high tech as Chicago or NY. As far as pay I have no clue but its the best food city in the nation so who cares...
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    Kitchen Lingo

    One of my favorite "Curry" = beautiful woman also seen it as duck butter, or brocolli. It also quotes flight of the concords "shes so hot shes like a curry"
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    Plan: 2010 Heartland Gathering

    Lets have in somewhere in North Dakota then!
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    Cooking with the Momofuku cookbook

    I love this book, i love the steam buns, I do think cooking at 400 and then 250 is the best temp for me, I also had issues with the cereal milk panna cotta was very salty and next time i will try frosted flakes for the extra sweetness. I think its very well written and has personality. Ginger scallion noodles was my drug of choice for a solid 2 weeks. I want some fluffy warm buns now!
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    Sriracha peas?

    The brand is Hapi, I would like them spicier but now that means i will eat the whole containter. And the spice is baked in, go buy some now!
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    Sriracha peas?

    I just found sriracha peas from a company that makes the wasabi peas, at Target. Anyone tried? I am a huge fan of sriracha and am blown away these things are amazing!
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    A Rasher (Re-hash) of Bacon

    Peanut butter honey nutella bacon sandwich, what more could you want, highly addictive though...
  11. You dress as a strip of bacon for halloween complete with your bacon lunchbox full of bacon jellybeans, toothpicks, mints, bacon wallet and bacon floss while wearing a shirt with 2 slices of bacon, an arrow towards the club sandwich saying "you can find me in the club" to sum it up......... photos soon
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    Best praise you have ever gotten?

    I was wondering what the best praise or compliment you have recieved? Last night I was involved with "Savor the Flavor" a fundraiser done by one of our local hospitals. Local restaurants and hotels give samples of some signature items, as well as provide things for a large silent and live auction. This was the third year of the event and we decided to do "adoptadelicious" a private sushi party for up to 10 people, this was valued at about $500 and much to my surprise it sold for $4000 by far the highest item. I was simply floored, it was purchased by one of our favorite customers, who warned us to watch for a fight between him and a friend. Today I am still shocked and quite proud of myself and my staff for helping become what we have. One of the best senses of accomplishment I have ever recieved. Just wondering what some other people have experienced?
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    Pork cheeks...

    This spring I marinated cheeks in a orange and soy based marinade, then braised in a similar liquid, reduced the remaining liquid, and made pork cheek tacos, and some asian steam buns, and they were utterly fantastic and the cost me $.70 a pound. I still have 12 pounds in the freezer and my mind is wandering...
  14. My biggest pet peeve is that many cooks seem to be allergic to or have never been trained to use a spatula, its unbelievably easy to use but is never done right. Damn rookies, that and when a cook watches a clock and says its 8 im off now see ya, well are you cleaned up or are you going to screw the morning person, but before you realize how bad of a job they have done they are on the way home.
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    Chefs: Dealing with ingredients they dislike

    One of my chefs hates water chestnuts, and when another chef suggested a sushi roll with them, he said "no i dont like them" I personally dont enjoy them but since he gave attitude about it, its on the menu. I personally HATE ketchup and wont cook with it but thats about it, at least the only food item other than american cheese that i hate.
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