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In a friendly competition, Dish + Drink's Dane Feldman fights his roommate for the title of best French fries. The jury's still out on whose were better, but the recipe for both steak fries and shoestring fries can be found here in the meantime.
This dish has all of the notes and flair of summer in Italy without having to spend too many moments outdoors in the sweltering weather. Fresh lemon, spinach, and rosemary meet in this pasta and grilled chicken dish alongside garlic, wine, and sauteed onion.
There's no grill necessary here to create an element of southwest summer barbecuing. It's the perfect meal to cook on a weeknight when there’s a heavy thunderstorm that prohibits outdoor cooking.
A quick side dish of corn and beans is a great way to provide a balanced meal alongside fish or chicken. This recipe also contains a homegrown kung pao pepper that gives a whopping amount of heat, so if you’re looking to go the mild route, swap the kung pao for a red bell pepper instead.
It may be June, but afternoon thunderstorms render grilling out of the question at least once a week. It’s best to be prepared to cook inside on the days that rain is likely. Instead of moping, I choose these days to throw together something simple that still feels elaborate.
Nerd Week - The sentiment has been expressed time and time again: “Robots are stealing our jobs!” However, could humans learn to overcome this fear and have robot companions?
Get a little southern comfort this winter with this easy brunch recipe.

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