The Starving Chef Celebrates 300 Recipes: A Culinary Retrospective

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What’s Up, Hungry People!

Can you believe it? We’ve hit the big 3-0-0! Yep, that’s right—300 recipes have graced this blog, each one a delicious chapter in our ongoing saga of culinary discovery. If you’d told me two years ago that we’d hit this number, I would’ve asked what you were marinating in! But here we are, and what better way to mark this momentous occasion than by revisiting some of the standout recipes that have made this journey so darn satisfying? So grab your apron, and let’s take a flavorful stroll down memory lane. Let’s Cook!

I tried Blue Apron and here’s what happened

blue apron trials

Once upon a time, I gave Blue Apron a shot, just for kicks. My experience may differ from the average Joe’s, but let me tell you, it was an interesting way to shake up my routine in the kitchen.

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New England Clam Chowder

new england clam chowder

It’s soup season, folks! I’ve been on the hunt for belly-warming, uncomplicated soups. Enter New England Clam Chowder—a soup that checks every box and then some.

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Molly Weasley’s Mutton Meatballs

molly mutton

Ah, how could I not include something from the wizarding world? Inspired by none other than Molly Weasley herself, these mutton meatballs are slow-roasted and laid over a bed of egg noodles. Magic in every bite!

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Baba Ghanoush

baba ganoush

The eggplants for this baba ghanoush didn’t just come from any store; they sprouted in my own backyard. Fire-roasted in my pit for that extra touch, this dish holds a special place in my heart.

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brazilian caramels

Brigadeiros are a classic Brazilian treat that are incredibly rich and chewy, thanks to just a handful of humble ingredients. You don’t want to miss out on these!

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Crab Rangoon Dip

crab rangoon

Who doesn’t like a good remake, especially when it involves one of your favorite sushi spots? Here’s my take on the iconic crab rangoon dip. You’ll want to slather this on everything!

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Steakhouse Fries

steak fries

Fries, but make them endless. These Steakhouse Fries are the kind of side dish you don’t want to stop eating, and guess what? You don’t have to!

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Baratheon Boar Ribs

game of thrones ribs

Game of Thrones fan? These ribs are for you. Inspired by the alliance between Houses Stark and Baratheon, consider these ribs a nod to the king’s funeral feast.

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Pancake Tacos

pancake tacos

If there’s anything I like more than eating classic foods, it’s eating classic foods in unexpected ways. Pancake Tacos, anyone?

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Giant Ho Ho Cake

giant ho ho cake

Last but not least, a behemoth take on the classic Hostess Ho Hos. Size does matter, especially when it comes to dessert!

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Well, Hungry People, we’ve taken quite the trip down memory lane with this 300th post, haven’t we? It’s almost like revisiting old friends, each recipe holding a unique story and a special place on my dinner table. Through every failed experiment and culinary victory, we’ve cooked our way to this impressive milestone. But who’s counting? The real win is that we’ve got so many more exciting dishes to dive into and flavors to explore.

Remember, it’s not about the destination; it’s about the journey—one tasty bite at a time. So, here’s to another 300 recipes and beyond! Enjoy!

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