Baked Coconut Shrimp

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OCCASIONALLY I crave all things deep fried. If state fairs have taught me anything it's this: If you can eat it, you can fry it. As I grew up outside of the US I wasn't sure what to expect at the Puyallup State Fair here in Washington but after 3 elephant ears, a deep fried ...

Jane’s Flank Steak

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WARNING: THE FOLLOWING IMAGES ARE NSFW. THINGS ARE ABOUT TO GET SRSLY SEXY.   Anthony Bourdain will occasionally ask those great chefs he interviews what their last meal would be. The answers have ranged from "truffles on errrthang" (I'm paraphrasing) to, simply, plain white rice and miso soup. I recently stumbled upon that same revelation myself recently ...

Secret Banana Bread

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This is probably not the healthiest version of banana bread you can make but what it lacks in health consciousness it makes up for in blissful, unabated sinfully delicious flavor. The recipe is actually quite simple and includes no added sugars or fats which is misleading and here's why: For those of you who've ever considered ...

The Simple Goodness that is Radish, Butter, and Salt

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  The more I cook, the more simple my cooking becomes. It's not because complicated flavors are tasking and require more effort, in fact, it may be just the opposite. Anyone can throw an assortment of spices into a stew, but seldom does one create something better; rather, the palette is left to decipher the confusing ...