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French Fries
The potato stands as the most consumed vegetable in the United States, according to the FAO. Their versatility, nutrient-rich properties, and inexpensive nature makes this starchy snack one of the leading stars on our plates.When preparing potatoes, keep in mind the two categories: starchy (Idaho-type) and waxy (red bliss).  Since starchy potatoes separate and incorporate air when cooked, they are perfect for mashed potatoes, French fries, etc. Waxy potatoes on the other hand, remain intact when cooked, so they are great for soups and other dishes where whole potato pieces are desired. Since the potato and the deep-fryer are such great complements to each other, it is no wonder that the french fry is a staple item on menus throughout the country. From thick-cut steak fries to crispy shoestrings, everyone has their fry of choice, but no one can deny the classic light and airy interior and crispy golden crust of the classic fast-food fry.
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The small tub of French’s Crunchy Onion can immediately evoke memories of holiday dinners, passing the legendary green bean casserole dish around to eager eaters. But this beloved product is too flavorful to enjoy just once a year. Make everyday a holiday by featuring your main dish coated in the crunchy goodness.
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skirt steak salad
This salad is topped with cherry tomatoes, avocado, and skirt steak, making it a protein powerhouse that's also packed with healthy fats and amazing flavor. The recipe comes courtesy of Novecento, an Argentinian restaurant with locations across the United States and in Mexico, Uruguay, and, you guessed it, Argentina.
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This low-sodium recipe's secret is that it creates soy, teriyaki, and miso substitutes so that you get the true authentic flavors of the Asian ingredients.
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Marker92 Waterfront Bar & Bistro’s Short Rib Poutine
As The Westin Cape Coral’s general manager hails from Canada, he always asks the executive chef to make his favorite comfort dish from home: poutine. Warm up this winter with Marker92’s Short Rib Poutine, a twist on the Canadian classic with succulent braised short ribs and a demi-glace sauce.
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Buffalo Chicken Poutine
This recipe is courtesy of chef David Malbequi of David's CafeChef David Malbequi starts off with a plate of French fries and piles on crispy chicken thighs, homemade Buffalo sauce, blue cheese, and mozzarella chicken gravy before topping off the dish with crispy shallots and chives. Also pictured is a special Super Bowl cocktail crafted by beverage consultant Rael Petit, the "Hail Mary" — a traditional Bloody Mary made untraditional with cilantro-and-red-pepper-infused Dolin Blanc in a BBQ-sauced-and-salted rim garnished with a lemon wheel, cilantro sprig, and a smoked chicken wing. Diners can enjoy both of these special offerings at David's Cafe this weekend!
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burger
The Daily Meal is spending football season getting favorite game-day and tailgating recipes from chef supporters of Taste of the NFL. This week chefs Mike Price and Joey Campanaro of Market Table in NYC are sharing their recipe for their signature Game Day Burger. A delicious burger is always the sign of a great tailgate, so fire up the grill.
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Luck of the Irish Burger
Chef Anthony Meidenbauer of Holstein's at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers his all-in-one take on an Irish-American classic: corned beef and cabbage. With a Russian dressing and a hint of bacon in the cabbage, it's simply irresistible. Click here to see 6 Inspired Takes on Corned Beef and Cabbage.
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Roast Chicken with French Fries
"Poulet frites!" I'd yell every time we went to a restaurant. My parents would look at the menu, discuss the different possibilities, and then decide to be adventuresome. I, on the other hand, always knew exactly what I wanted — delicious crisp chicken and a heaping mound of thin french fries, crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, served with the rich, creamy mayonnaise that tasted nothing like home. — Sara Remington   Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Chicken Shawarma
Chicken shawarma is a popular sandwich in the Middle East. It is basically a wonderful roasted chicken that has been marinated in an amazing yogurt spice mix, wrapped in pita bread with some pickles, fries, and tahini or garlic sauce. The secret to a chicken shawarma sandwich that is as good as — if not better than — your favorite Middle Eastern restaurant is the spice mix. Mastic is one of the key players in that spice mix; you can find it at Greek or Middle Eastern stores. Buying a little will go a long way because it is used in very small amounts in recipes (it does wonders when added to ice cream or rice pudding). This particular recipe for chicken shawarma came after a lot of experimenting and trying different recipes. The spice mix and cooking the onions and tomatoes with the chicken in the last five minutes (as opposed to using them raw) makes this sandwich a family favorite after the first bite. If you want to add a smoky taste to the chicken, a trick I learned from my aunt is to get some tin foil and make it like a little plate. Heat a little piece of coal, and when it starts turning red, put it on the tin foil plate. Next, add a little piece of butter on top of the coal. It will start to smoke. Put the tin foil cup on top of the chicken shawarma in the pot and cover it for five to 10 minutes. The chicken will have a smoky flavor, almost as if it were grilled.
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Bacon Avocado Dip
Surprise your guests with a little heat in this easy game-day dip from Lee Kum Kee.Click Here to See More Dip Recipes
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