IT’S ON-TREES!

Follow any of these recipes and it's on 'til the break of dawn!

Follow any of these recipes and it's on 'til the break of dawn!

This is the main event. It’s time to prove your mettle and close the deal…or take a cold shower.

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      1. […] to arm me with a little mo mojo. The extra effort pays off in dividends when it compliments a spicy ENTRÉE. That’s what I call […]

      2. […] into the sauce and cook together until heated through.  Serve onto alone of with some kickass ENTRÉE.  Grate as much Parmesan as you feel […]

      3. […] until the potatoes brown (approx 25 minutes). Allow these potatoes to compliment your favorite ENTRÉE and […]

      4. […] Step 1 Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.  Drizzle the potatoes in olive oil and season with salt and pepper in a foil covered baking pan.  Bake them taters until they are soft enough to poke easily with a fork (approx 1 hr).  Remove from oven and let them cool down. Step 2 Heat up the olive oil in a pan.  Sauté the garlic, onions and basil in a pan.  Slice a sliver off the top of the baked potatoes and scoop the potato meat into the pan, leaving the potato shell in tact.  Mash up the potatoes and mix in the sour cream and goat cheese. Step 3 Stuff the mashed potatoes back in their shells.  Throw a handful of cheddar cheese over each potato.  Bake until the cheese melts (approx 10 min), the same amount of time it will take your date’s clothing to melt right off.  Serve with your favorite ENTRÉE. […]

      5. […] at bay.  Once the kitchen gets steamy, you are sure to look more dreamy to your date.  Choose the ENTRÉE you will serve with the beets wisely because you don’t want it to be shown out by a tasty little […]

      6. […] Not too gentle, not too rough.  That’s it. That’s exactly how we approach this simple chicken ENTRÉE.  A few extra steps result make the classic baked chicken into a magnum opus of flavorful […]

      7. […] will capture the island spirit.  Baking it makes it a guilt-free snack or compliment to your ENTRÉE.  Plantains are inexpensive, robust and totally awesome.  Your date won’t expect such a […]

      8. […] SALAD is hearty enough to qualify as an ENTREE, and did I mention […]

      9. […] Step 1 Preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a baking pan or deep wide pie-pan with olive oil.  Chop the squash into ½ inch rounds.  Line the pan with a layer of squash rounds, throw the onions over and crown with half of the goat cheese.  Set down another layer, use the rest of the goat cheese and crown with green onions.  Pour the remaining olive oil, season with paprika and salt, and evenly distribute the breadcrumbs over the top. Step 2 Throw the squash in the oven and bake until the veggies soften and the top browns (approx 45 min).  Serve up on plates as a lunch or to compliment an ENTRÉE. […]

      10. […] with your favorite ENTRÉE that screams, “I’m worldly!  What’re you gonna do about […]

      11. […] orgasm.  Then again, it makes a pretty bodaciously badass dinner salad to serve with a light ENTRÉE.  With greens, meats and fruit this good together, I’m sure you can let my lecherous ways slide […]

      12. […] of the salt and pepper and KABOOM! Serve this carbo-explosion with your favorite fish or chicken ENTRÉE and you will never go to bed sexually […]

      13. […] and the majority of the miso marinade reduces (approx 10 min). Serve this kickass side with a fish ENTRÉE because you are rad and […]

      14. […] Step 1 Preheat the oven to 350°F/175°C.  Throw in the sweet potatoes and roast until they become soft to the squeeze (approx 45min).  Split them down the middle and scoop out the contents. Step 2 Combine the sweet potatoes with the butter, salt, black pepper, paprika, green onions and Parmesan.  Mash it all up with a fork and serve up on a plate to compliment a meaty ENTRÉE. […]

      15. […] pine nuts with the dressing. Serve up this uber-healthy salad as a simple lunch or with a hearty ENTRÉE for […]

      16. […] Step 2 Pour in the coconut milk along with the green onions, cilantro and limejuice and simmer, stirring occasionally (approx 3 min). Serve soup up in bowls with solo or a kick ass ENTRÉE. […]

      17. […] Serve up as FINGER FOOD FOREPLAY or as a warm up to some stunning ENTRÉE. […]

      18. […] Step 2 Pour in the coconut milk along with the green onions, cilantro and limejuice and simmer, stirring occasionally (approx 3 min). Serve soup up in bowls with solo or a kick ass ENTRÉE. […]

      19. […] Step 1 Pan-fry the dry couscous with the sesame oil until they brown. Add the water and ponzu sauce, bring to a roaring boil, reduce heat and cover. Cooking until the couscous expands (approx 8-10 min). Squeeze lemon over and serve with a complimentary ENTRÉE. […]

      20. […] pine nuts with the dressing. Serve up this uber-healthy salad as a simple lunch or with a hearty ENTRÉE for […]

      21. […] and refrigerate until they cool (approx 30 min). Serve with chips or on top of any number of fine ENTREES or […]

      22. […] Step 1 Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.  Sauté the garlic, green onion and apples with olive oil on medium heat (approx 4 min).  Spice them with paprika, salt and black pepper.  Chop up the polenta into small pieces and sauté them as well (approx 3 min) Step 2 Oil up a small baking pan.  Split the bell peppers down the middle and remove the seeds and veins.  Stuff them with the polenta/apple mixture all the way to the brim.  Sprinkle crushed walnuts and mozzarella over the peppers and bake until they cheese melts (approx 20 min). Serve up on a plate solo or with your favorite ENTRÉE. […]

      23. […] Step 2 Pour in the coconut milk along with the green onions, cilantro and limejuice and simmer, stirring occasionally (approx 3 min). Serve soup up in bowls with solo or a kick ass ENTRÉE. […]

      24. […] Serve up as FINGER FOOD FOREPLAY or as a warm up to some stunning ENTRÉE. […]

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