Restaurant Show Recipes

Cheese Frenchee--King's Food Host

Cheese Frenchee--King's Food Host Thanks to listener Ginni D., who remembered working at King's Food Host years ago, and supplied us with this recipe. 6 slices white bread 6 slices American Cheese (American cheese is a must) 1 egg 1/2 cup milk 3/4 cup flour 1 tsp. salt Kellogg's Corn Flake Crumbs...
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Tacorito

The following recipe was given to me years ago by a listener who claimed he used to make them at the Holly Inn according to this recipe. Over the years a few listeners have tried to make it, not without some problems. Recently, another listener, Mark W., who has lots of cooking experience in...
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Mussels in Lemon Butter Sauce, Carrabba's

We had a hard time getting this recipe, since the Carrabba's folks guard it pretty seriously. Then the San Antonio Express News got a hold of the recipe and published it in their paper and on the internet. We had a link to it for a while, but that link eventually disappeared, for whatever...
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Tom's Pork Green Chile

This simple yet great recipe has been in the family for many years.
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Dill Pickle Soup - The Trianon

We had a call from a listener on the show looking for dill pickle soup. We found one!
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Warren's Pizza

Anyone who knows me, knows that I've always enjoyed making pizza at home.
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North Woods Inn Cottage Cheese Mix

This was originally published in the Englewood Herald.
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Classic Beef Stroganoff

We once had a call from a listener looking for good Beef Stroganoff. Another listener called and said she had a really good recipe from the Tiffin Inn, which has been gone for about 50 years. She sent it along, and we republish it here.
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Great Bread with a Breadmaker

If you don't have a bread machine, you are missing one of the great treats of modern living. This bread recipe comes from The Bread Machine Cookbook by Donna German.
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Cincinnati Chili

There are numerous recipes floating around the internet for Cincinnati Chili. Most of them call for the beef to be browned first, but several sources were adamant that the beef be boiled first. I've found that this one is the closest to what I recall having in Cincinnati. If you have a better...
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