Top Rated Chicory Recipes

Bacon Jam Stuffed French Toast with Chicory Coffee Syrup Recipe
  The most important meal of the day is breakfast. It is utterly impossible to become a productive man making sound intelligent decisions without starting off the day with sugar, caffeine and liquor. The thrust of these three social lubricants will not only make the sky open up from the sense of your well being, but you will find the annoyances of mankind more tolerable. Be mindful in not taking in so much lubricant to where you start to exchange “tolerable” with “excusable”. Bourbon may first give a sharpening of your tongue. But without any moderation it will then take any compassion you have for the souls less fortunate than yourself----and there are many. I am steadfast assure of this fact because you are reading my ramblings instead of watching Guy Fieri stick his gaudy jewelry all over some food he is preparing to seduce some poor soul’s wallet. Anyone looking to buy a Lamborghini?
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For the leading ladies in your life, the Femme Fatale cocktail is created by Snake Oil Cocktail Co. for the ChefDance dinner series at the Sundance film festival.
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Coffee Ice Cream
We are both coffee whores — think three macchiatos every morning, followed by mid-afternoon cappuccinos. Please don't speak to either one of us prior to morning coffee. No — really. (We won't talk about our shameful Diet Coke habit.) Legit ice cream shops must have coffee ice cream. It's just a fact. Our variation is an interpretation of Vietnamese coffee, and surprise surprise, it's not cloyingly sweet like most coffee ice creams and actually tastes like coffee.  There was never any doubt that we would use Blue Bottle for our coffee ice cream. For starters, we needed some street cred while we were getting off the ground, and at that point, Blue Bottle was one of the only artisan coffee roasters in San Francisco. Nowadays, we can't even keep up with all the great coffee options.  But even more so, Blue Bottle mastermind James Freeman has been a true friend and a mentor for us. He changed the coffee landscape in our town — and, some would argue, in America. He has been an inspiration, and we've tried to model ourselves after Blue Bottle in many ways. He's always around for advice, too.  We've had a partnership with Blue Bottle since the beginning and use Giant Steps blend in our ice cream. As one of their stronger blends, it's assertive enough to overcome the cream and sugar. Also, it smells really good.  But you don't need Blue Bottle coffee for this recipe — any coffee will do. Opt for top-notch coffee, preferably from a local roaster. The condensed milk makes it "Vietnamese" as well as a little creamier. The secret ingredient is the chicory, which gives it a nice sharp edge and makes it all taste a little more like actual coffee. You can find chicory at natural food stores.  Caution: After eating this coffee ice cream, there is a big chance you'll never be able to have any other coffee ice cream again. You've been warned. 
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puglia
This traditional Pugliese dish is simple to prepare and showcases the rich flavors of Puglia's harvest. This recipe is courtesy of Especially Puglia 
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duck
The original method for making the dish is to cure duck legs in spices and salt, submerge them in duck fat, and cook them very slowly until they emerge crispy and crunchy from the oven. But just imagine the amount of duck fat needed! That’s why this recipe is such a godsend for duck confit-lovers. It does require a 24-hour wait before cooking, but the results are worth every minute.
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Bacon Jam Stuffed French Toast with Chicory Coffee Syrup Recipe
  The most important meal of the day is breakfast. It is utterly impossible to become a productive man making sound intelligent decisions without starting off the day with sugar, caffeine and liquor. The thrust of these three social lubricants to make one-hell-of a french toast will not only make the sky open up from the sense of your well being, but you will find the annoyances of mankind more tolerable. Be mindful in not taking in so much lubricant to where you start to exchange “tolerable” with “excusable”. Bourbon may first give a sharpening of your tongue. But without any moderation it will then take any compassion you have for the souls less fortunate than yourself----and there are many. I am steadfast assure of this fact because you are reading my ramblings instead of watching Guy Fieri stick his gaudy jewelry all over some food he is preparing to seduce some poor soul’s wallet. Anyone looking to buy a Lamborghini?
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Bacon Jam Stuffed French Toast with Chicory Coffee Syrup Recipe
  The most important meal of the day is breakfast. It is utterly impossible to become a productive man making sound intelligent decisions without starting off the day with sugar, caffeine and liquor. The thrust of these three social lubricants will not only make the sky open up from the sense of your well being, but you will find the annoyances of mankind more tolerable. Be mindful in not taking in so much lubricant to where you start to exchange “tolerable” with “excusable”. Bourbon may first give a sharpening of your tongue. But without any moderation it will then take any compassion you have for the souls less fortunate than yourself----and there are many. I am steadfast assure of this fact because you are reading my ramblings instead of watching Guy Fieri stick his gaudy jewelry all over some food he is preparing to seduce some poor soul’s wallet. Anyone looking to buy a Lamborghini?
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Amaretto sours are sticky-sweet, what most college students love, but the sour mix is enough to leave a bad taste in our mouths. But this recipe from Freedman's Bar in Austin (located in the University of Texas' west campus) has us believing in sours once again. Mix up a chicory coffee syrup, and you won't be disappointed. 
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Cretan Lamb and Greens Casserole with Egg-Lemon Sauce
This recipe by Diane Kochilas is a great example of traditional Greek comfort food. The pot juices are thickened into a sauce with avgolemono, a mixture of eggs and lemon juice beaten until frothy. With just seven ingredients, shopping for this dish is a snap, too. Click here to see My Big Fat Greek Easter.
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Cranberry Capon
Chef Philippe Gaston of Cove in Huston gives us a recipe using the unusal capon bird for Thanksgiving dinner.
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The Ultimate Cobb Salad
The definitive "chopped salad," the Cobb was invented in Hollywood, at the Brown Derby restaurant, and quickly became an iconic American dish. At the Derby, it was always presented with its colorful mix of ingredients arranged neatly arranged, then tossed at the table.
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Ziti with Spicy Chicory and Parmesan Breadcrumbs
I often throw together this pasta (a one-stop meal!) when I've had a long, busy day. The only thing I need to buy is the chicory — the rest of the ingredients have a permanent spot in my pantry — so I don't even have to come up with a shopping list. Prepping the ingredients for this recipe is easy enough, so the dish comes together rather quickly and that's just what this hungry, tired cook needs on such nights! But the best part about this bowl of pasta is that every bite is as delicious as it is nourishing. The earthy greens, the spicy chile peppers, the chewy pasta, the savory, crunchy breadcrumbs — everything you could possibly want, or crave — is in this one beautiful bowl.
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