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Chopped Challenge #3: Bourbon chocolate ice cream “sliders” with spiked, salted praline

Course: dessert

Ingredients: Hawaiian rolls, chocolate syrup, bourbon, sea salt.

For my first foray into dessert, N. gave me a list of ingredients that, at least in two cases, were deviously chosen with ulterior motives. 1,510 more words

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Chopped Challenge #3: Mystery Basket Revealed!

Course: dessert

Ingredients: Hawaiian rolls, chocolate syrup, bourbon, sea salt.

What would you make? Give me your idea in the comments, then come back tomorrow to see how I fit them all together…. 17 more words

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Chopped Challenge #2: mole inspired lamb and sweet potato chili with corn chip cornbread

Course: entree

Ingredients: lamb, sweet potatoes, chives, corn chips

The first thing I thought of when N. issued me this “mystery basket” was meatballs: the lamb and chives would be pressed lovingly into a tender little sphere perhaps reminiscent of… 1,564 more words

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Chopped Challenge #2: Mystery Basket Revealed!

Course: entree

Ingredients: lamb, sweet potatoes, corn chips, chives

What would you make? Tell me in the comments, then come back tomorrow to see how I fit it all together… 17 more words

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Chopped Challenge #1: Sausage stuffed mushrooms with goat cheese and roasted red pepper sauce

Course: appetizer

Ingredients: bulk sausage, bell pepper, sriracha, panko bread crumbs

Here it is! The first “basket”! N. decided that for the first challenge of the year, it would make sense to offer the first course of the meal, so to speak. 1,221 more words

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Chopped Challenge #1: Mystery Basket Revealed!

Course: appetizer

Ingredients: bulk sausage, bell pepper, sriracha, panko bread crumbs

What would you make? Tell me in the comments, then come back tomorrow to see how I fit it all together… 17 more words

Appetizers

Behind the 8 ball + 2018 challenge announced

As seems par for the course this year, I concluded 2017 finding myself running behind. Sigh. However, my New Year’s resolution for 2018 is to be more patient. 568 more words

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