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What food tasted so great that 'someday' you will figure out the secret recipe?
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Edited on Thu Dec-01-11 09:23 PM by applegrove
I used to get these great anchovy mashed potatoes for lunch at a hotel where I worked. I think it was a can of anchovies thrown into the mixing machine. Some day I will experiment and find out what portions to use.
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  -What food tasted so great that 'someday' you will figure out the secret recipe? applegrove  Dec-01-11 08:37 PM   #0 
  - I wish I had my grandfather's technique of braising beef. Not his recipe, his technique.  Brickbat   Dec-01-11 09:01 PM   #1 
  - The BEST meal I ever had in 4 years in Germany was Zigeunerschnitzel ("Gypsy Schnitzel").  MiddleFingerMom   Dec-01-11 09:07 PM   #2 
  - there are a zillion recipes for it on the net  grasswire   Dec-01-11 09:16 PM   #3 
  - Bah... Jaegerschnitzel is the money schnitzel...  Cid_B   Dec-03-11 08:17 PM   #37 
  - Rack of Lamb in Ginger and Lavander sauce nt  Xipe Totec   Dec-01-11 09:51 PM   #4 
  - Oh that sounds good.  applegrove   Dec-01-11 09:56 PM   #5 
     - My son's recipe. I'm still waiting for him to share...  Xipe Totec   Dec-01-11 10:17 PM   #6 
  - The sauce at the Spaghetti Factory in Portland.  pa28   Dec-01-11 10:32 PM   #7 
  - There's a little gourmet restaurant/takeout place here in Tucson called "Feast".  MiddleFingerMom   Dec-01-11 10:56 PM   #8 
  - Original recipe KFC and an eggplant casserole that tasted like cornbread dressing at Luby's. I was  freshwest   Dec-02-11 12:00 AM   #9 
  - Can I haz eggplant recipe??? Pretty please??? nt  msanthrope   Dec-03-11 08:42 AM   #31 
     - Yeess! Hope you like it. This is my own recipe that tasted like theirs:  freshwest   Dec-03-11 08:34 PM   #38 
        - I can't wait to try this!!! Thank you!.. nt  msanthrope   Dec-04-11 11:58 AM   #42 
  - Dr. Pepper, and...  begin_within   Dec-02-11 12:34 AM   #10 
  - The candy-coated popcorn sounds interesting.  pacalo   Dec-02-11 12:00 PM   #18 
     - I'm not sure but I think it might have been added as the corn popped.  begin_within   Dec-02-11 05:28 PM   #19 
        - Is this similar?  pacalo   Dec-02-11 07:17 PM   #23 
           - Yes, although it wasn't red.  begin_within   Dec-03-11 10:35 AM   #33 
  - willard junior high school  shanti   Dec-02-11 12:38 AM   #11 
  - Shitake mushroom, gorgonzola, and shallot omlettes.  HopeHoops   Dec-02-11 08:24 AM   #12 
  - Linzer Tarts from Bauer's Bake Shop  Graybeard   Dec-02-11 08:58 AM   #13 
  - It's GOT to be Plaza Azteca's  hyphenate   Dec-02-11 09:42 AM   #14 
  - My Polish grandmother's babka. She died with the recipe.  aikoaiko   Dec-02-11 10:31 AM   #15 
  - the Italian salad dressing from Pizza Hut  Kali   Dec-02-11 10:55 AM   #16 
  - My grandmother's vinegar based bbq sauce.  Liberal Veteran   Dec-02-11 11:04 AM   #17 
  - Sauteed anchovies  trof   Dec-02-11 05:43 PM   #20 
  - That must be it. Thanks!  applegrove   Dec-02-11 06:53 PM   #22 
  - Does it taste like fish? Just curious. Never had anchovies.  freshwest   Dec-02-11 09:42 PM   #25 
     - No. It just tasted seasoned. I was surprised when the cook told me it was anchovies.  applegrove   Dec-02-11 10:15 PM   #26 
     - Are anchovies like smoked sardines, maybe? They might be salty, and a good protein.  freshwest   Dec-02-11 11:16 PM   #27 
        - Don't know if anchovies are good protein or not. Those potatoes were  applegrove   Dec-03-11 07:15 PM   #35 
           - Do they come in cans? I've never seen them. Might be in the ethnic section or something.  freshwest   Dec-03-11 09:11 PM   #39 
              - Yes they come in cans. You can also get anchovy paste that comes in a tube.  applegrove   Dec-03-11 09:26 PM   #40 
     - VERY salty. Kinda fishy.  trof   Dec-03-11 07:12 AM   #29 
        - Thanks, trof  freshwest   Dec-04-11 12:30 AM   #41 
  - The Cheese Frenchee sandwich from King's Food Host  abbeyco   Dec-02-11 05:49 PM   #21 
  - Was King's Food Host here in Colorado? eom.  Hotler   Dec-03-11 02:27 PM   #34 
  - Alpen cereal.  provis99   Dec-02-11 09:12 PM   #24 
  - Granny's Pumpkin pie... took me years to get it right  JCMach1   Dec-03-11 01:51 AM   #28 
  - Ancient history but I never forgot how good the Howard Johnson's  Paper Roses   Dec-03-11 08:16 AM   #30 
  - Uno's "Fun-Do"  Mopar151   Dec-03-11 09:39 AM   #32 
     - Sounds like something I would like. You can also do shrimp and chicken in  applegrove   Dec-03-11 07:37 PM   #36 

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