The Osso Steakhouse Skillet-roasted chorizo cheese bread is a house-baked indulgent specialty everyone loves and nobody can resist. Warm, soft house-made sourdough kettle bread is served in a pool of cheesy, chorizo goodness topped with rosemary and garlic in the same cast-iron skillet it was cooked in. Knife and fork recommended. Additional cheese is sprinkled over the top for extra crunch. The dish is truly a favorite among patrons and a signature appetizer at both restaurants. For less than $6 this is a must-order to start-off your meal.
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fudge
The addition of cream to the otherwise classic chocolate fudge recipe makes this decadent sweet worthy of inclusion on our over-the-top fudge roundup.For more recipes like this one, visit: http://wholesomesweet.com/recipe/
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French's Cheeseburger Burritos
Amaze friends with French’s mustard and ketchup starring in a combination of two all-time favorite foods.
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Pennsylvania: Snapper Soup
Found on Philadelphia diner menus, this snapping turtle soup is different from the Creole-style turtle soup. The popular Delaware Valley dish is a thick, brown gravy-like soup.
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CHILI
For a crowd pleasing dish at your next party make this one pot meal. But beware, your guests will be asking you to make this again and again.
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Glazed Salsify and Carrots
Salsify is a vegetable whose flavor improves immensely with a light touch of garlic and butter. This recipe is a classic way to glaze root vegetables. V Is for Vegetables recipes courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright © 2015 by Michael Anthony and Dorothy Kalins Ink, LLC.
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Sloppy Joe
What’s better than having a few beers and a tasty sloppy joe? This recipe is hearty, filling, and can be made before the tailgate. Make the sloppy joe meat before your leave for the tailgate, put it in Tupperware, and assemble them there.
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Caldo Gallego
I think it’s safe to say that we’re solidly in December and, thanks to climate change, it’s weirdly still in the 40s temperature-wise.  I shouldn’t be complaining since my morning commute has been rather pleasant, but I really want a white Christmas, and that doesn’t happen at 40 degrees.  Anyway, despite the unseasonably warm weather, I’ve decided to make a body-warming, winter-appropriate dinner to ease back into things.  In case you haven’t noticed by now, I have a thing for soup. Today’s is a simple yet hearty one that originates from the Galicia region  in northwestern Spain.  As always, variations exist, but the basics remain the same:  turnip, potato, some sort of dark green and chorizo.  This actually reminds me of a Hungarian kolbász soup that my grandma used to make, but then again I’m sure a lot of countries have some sort of sausage peasant soup.  So here is Spain’s: Caldo Gallego.For more great recipes like this one, visit The Hungary Buddha site.
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As summer heats up, Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi suggests battling rising temperatures with homemade wine-infused popsicles. Guaranteed to help beat the heat, the Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Strawberry Moscato Popsicles and Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Melon-Mint Wine-Sicles combine sweet white wine and fresh fruit for an adult twist on the summertime favorite.
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Sheep’s Milk Panna Cotta
Panna cotta is an Italian custard dessert, similar to French crème brûlée and Spanish flan. This recipe uses tangy sheep’s milk yogurt as the base. Recipe courtesy of Harvest executive pastry chef Brian Mercury.Click here to see how to make the Sheep's Milk Panna Cotta.
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Thinkstock
This is a wonderful buttercup squash recipe. If you love butternut squash then this is a perfect recipe for you to try.
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Sticky Maple Pork and Apples
The sauce for the sticky maple pork with apples was definitely on point, but, as it turns out, the real clincher was that I had used “pork for pork stew” instead of chopped pork loin, which made it tough as heck and almost impossible to eat — although my boyfriend happily packed it away for the next day’s lunch, declaring, “awesome!”
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