MetroCooking DC 2013
Terry French's Cherry Bomb Crab & Avocado Salad
Brad Turner's Chicken Three Bean Chili
Uncle Millie's Sweet and Sour Meatballs with Sauce
Uncle Millie's Bacon Wrapped fillet with roasted root vegetables
Mazar / Corcos' Scallops Scottadito on English Peas Puree
Martie Duncan's Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Martie Duncan's Caramel Apple Martini
Debi Mazar & Gabriele Corcos' Tuna Tartare
Mazar & Corcos' Seared Grouper with Fregola Pasta, Cured Black Olives and Heirloom Tomatoes
Jason Roberts' Passion fruit and Praline Soufflé
Jason Roberts' Thai Fish Salad
Italian Beef Pot Pie
Harvest Steak & Quinoa Salad
Balsamic & Blue Cheese Steak Sandwich
Apricot Teriyaki Beef Stir-Fy
Korean BBQ Beef on Lettuce
Simple Beef & Potato Skillet Ole
Bistro Steak & Mediteranean Potato Medley
Greek Style Beef & Potatoes
Simple Spanish Beef & Potato Wraps
Pesto Steak Artichoke Sandwich
Grecian Flat Iron with Quinoa
Tacos with Lime Jalapeno Cream
Lemon Grass Beef with Avocado
Cali-Avocado Steak Salad
Beef Tacos with Pomegranate Guacamole
Tuscan Burgers & Avocado-Tomato Spread
Cali-Caribbean Steak Street Tacos
Pesto Pepper-Jack Sliders
Hugh Acheson's Frogmore Stew
Patrice Olivon's Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise Sauce
Montel's Almond-Crusted Salmon Bacon
Montel's Green Fruit Smoothie
Jason Roberts' Passion fruit and Praline SouffléThis is one of those impressive desserts with wow factor, I love making this because it’s gluten and fat free, well………. Till I add a spoon of freshly whipped cream -Jason
Jason Roberts' Thai Fish SaladThis is the sort of salad you can prepare in minimal time, looks impressive and is loaded with protein and omega fatty acids. *If green mango is unavailable substitute green papaya, and if that fails add some ruby grapefruit segments roughly chopped.
Quinoa CookiesVariations/Additions: -1 tsp cinnamon -Coconut Extract instead of Almond -Dark Chocolate Chips -Pumpkin Puree (Substitute up to ½ C for Apple Sauce)
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