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ChiliCheeseFries.net is a food blog that is often spicy, sometimes greasy, and rich in flavour.

Owner: rmartone

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Latest Blog Posts for Chili Cheese Fries

  • 2009 Recipes in Review
    on Dec 30, 2009 in Misc
    2009 is almost over and this year is going out with a fizzle as far as Chili Cheese Fries is concerned. My day job kept me on the road for most of the past 2 months so I wasn’t able to share much in terms of holiday cooking. But hey so many peo...
  • Blackened Prime Rib with Horseradish Au Jus
    on Dec 20, 2009 in Beef Cajun Grilled
    Christmas is only days away and soon there will be roasted turkeys, hens, geese, ducks, hams, beef roast you name it, plopped down in the center of the proverbial holiday table. Many folks have their traditions and repeat the same meal annually while...
  • French Onion Soup
    on Dec 18, 2009 in Soups & Stews Soups
    French onion soup is pretty basic. Not many ingredients and not much variation from the 18th century version. So what is the difference between a good French onion soup and great French onion soup? Well if you have been tuning in you know the answer...
  • Homemade Beef Stock
    on Dec 13, 2009 in Seasonings Soups & Stews Soup Stock
    Have you ever had a fairly simple dish at a high end restaurant and wondered how they were able to add so much complexity and depth to the flavor? Take soup for instance. You order the French onion soup from your favorite bistro and it blows you away...
  • Creamy Potato & Mushroom GratinWow! Thanksgiving was like a job. It took two and a half days to prepare the perennial feast. An eighteen pound brined turkey with all the best sides and trimming all cooked entirely from scratch was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Not a perfect endeavor...
  • Tips For Planning Your Thanksgiving Day Feast
    on Nov 18, 2009 in Tips
    Thanksgiving can be the most stressful day of the year for those of us who are called upon to cook. That’s because we want everything to go right, taste great and for everyone to enjoy themselves. High expectations for sure. Plus we all have ei...
  • Cajun Stuffed Mushrooms
    on Nov 14, 2009 in Appetizers Seafood Cajun Crab
    With the holiday season right around the corner, I thought we could focus a few of the up coming post on hors ‘d orderves or horse divers as I have been known to call them. Get it? Never mind. Back to the Big Easy on this one. This plate of stuffed...
  • Gourmet Bourbon & Filet Mignon Chili
    on Nov 10, 2009 in Beef Soups & Stews Chili
    The other day I was contemplating what the most expensive, gourmet plate of chili cheese fries might look like. More on this later, but when I got to the chili component I quickly thought of Gallagher’s Gourmet Chili. Gallagher’s is one o...
  • Fish Tacos with Chipotle Mango Slaw
    on Jul 13, 2009 in Seafood Fish Mexican
    We are not breaking any new ground here. Fish tacos are pretty basic south of the border tourist fare, but I love them. They are simple and fresh and just what I was craving after several ...
  • Real Jamaican Jerk Chicken
    on Jul 7, 2009 in Poultry Chicken Jamaican Jerk
    Let me just say that I am neither Jamaican nor have I ever been to Jamaica but I have been to Miami. The Miramar area of North Miami is home to a great number of ...
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