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Are you looking to "$ 10 Dinner" on the Food Network right now?

If so have you noticed Melissa salt, then dry chicken with a paper towel, then dry your hands in the same towel, then proceeds to pick up your pepper mill (not washing hands) and reaching into the container of potatoes to start your preparation with hand washing is still no. Eww can say cross-contamination?

Oh, my God, my first would be loathsome feedback! Well, I looked and after seeing their knife skills, I left the room residence, seems not miss much. I have not noticed, however, is repeated 3 times with almost the same information, so I set off first, but it was his first show, right? But I think Front sanitary measures should be more careful and critical focus on entertainment. Now I see "House of Big Daddy" and I love it so far is my first time and I usually work on Sundays. Anyway, I will give 10 million to show another chance, because I always like a second chance given to me when I make mistakes. I sincerely hope that sometimes act FN together for this program, but there are many others I like shows with the chefs and the quality of the house too! Libby Have a great sunday!

With summer already half gone and autumn fast approaching, students from elementary to college are now preparing for school. But before the term starts, there is football season that runs from August until December. And during this particular time of year, it has been a custom of football fans everywhere to hop in their car, SUV or truck and drive to their local sports stadium, park their vehicle in the parking lot, pop up the back hatch and have lively and festive tailgate parties.

Indeed, tailgating parties have been a regular social event during football season as people normally consume alcoholic drinks as well as grilled foods. These parties have become so popular that they have become part of the pre-game activities for other sports such as soccer and baseball too. In fact, there are even people who hold these parties even if their cars do not have tailgates.

During a tailgating party, the foods that are usually served are those that you often see in picnics - hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans and potato salad. And to wash them all down, beers and other drinks are a constant fixture in tailgating parties.

Although hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans and other picnic foods are always delicious and are as American as you can get in this particularly American-invented gathering, why not make it more different by serving you own homemade salsa recipe? With the spicy kick that a great homemade salsa can offer, it will warm your body, make your senses more alive and help you to be ready and raring to go and cheer for your favorite sports team.

If you want to spice up your next tailgating party, then here are a couple of salsa recipes that you can use to prepare your own concoction for partnering with your other foods and to share with your friends.

Cabbage Salsa

Makes about 2 cups


2 cups (about 8 ounces) shredded savoy cabbage

8 red radishes, diced

6 scallions, white and pale green parts only, cut into thin rounds

1 serrano or jalapeno chile, minced

1/4 cup freshly squeezed lime juice

2 tablespoons rice vinegar

2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

Kosher salt

Black pepper in a mill

1/4 cup minced fresh cilantro leaves


In a medium bowl, toss together the cabbage, carrots, radishes, scallions, and serrano (or jalapeno). Pour the lime juice, vinegar, and olive oil over the vegetables, toss gently but thoroughly. Season with Salt and pepper, add the cilantro, and toss again.

Let sit at room temperature for 1 hour before serving.

Chili Daddy Salsa


4 to 5 cups diced tomatoes

1 cup diced red onion

1/4 cup diced white onion

2 tablespoons minced garlic

1 green bell pepper, diced

1/2 each of red, yello, gold, and orange bell peppers, diced

4 to 5 jalapenos, diced

2 tablespoons cilantro, chopped

juice of 1/2 lime

juice of 1/2 lemon

1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper

1/2 teaspoon celery salt

1 to 2 (8-ounce) cans tomato sauce (optional)



In a bowl, combine all ingredients. Serve.

Adding the optional tomato sauce tightens the consistency of the salsa -- Decide for yourself if that's the way you prefer it.

A good salsa recipe can spice up a meal and add a little life to your next party. And while it's easy to find salsa at any grocery store, it's just not the same as a homemade salsa you make yourself. Making a salsa from scratch is actually quite easy. With the right salsa recipe and just a little preparation time, you can create a good homemade salsa that will have people coming back for more. Mexican food and salsa lover John Weisenberger has put together a delicious collection of tried and true Homemade Salsa Recipes that will get you started. Check them out a at

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