Month: January 2011

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Chicken liver mousse

Chicken livers are one of those foods that people either love or hate. Some people have never tasted them and are not willing to try. They either incite “Ew, gross!” or “Mmm, yes.” 4 years ago, I was in the “Ew, gross camp, I could not even taste a bit. Thanks to my husband, things […]

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Mussels with Roquefort sauce

Many people are afraid to attempt to cook mussels, they think it’s difficult to cook, but it’s not the case. In fact, the hardest part is the washing. Place them in cold water (they should close, if they don’t you should throw them away). Scrub any dirt off the surface of the mussels and remove […]

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Spinach Artichoke Dip

Spinach, check! Artichoke, check! Cream cheese, check check!! Well, I’m a sucker for hot spinach and artichoke dip! A warm, creamy dip, loaded with spinach, artichoke and cream cheese. And now I can say, it’s one of my all-time favorite appetizers. Served with slices of bread, chips, crackers or even veggies, baby carrots and cucumber […]

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Galette des rois

In France, on the Eve of Epiphany, which falls on the 6th of January, twelve days after Christmas, people eat the galette des Rois “the king’s cake”, a puff pastry with almond cream, but with a trinket (usually a porcelain figurine of a king) or a bean (la fève) hidden inside. The person who gets […]

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Top Recipes of 2010!!!

Here is a top list of the favorite recipes from 2010, a list of the most viewed recipes on Chicho’s Kitchen this year. It was great sharing with you those recipes and I’m looking forward to 2011 and with another long list of tasty recipes to share! Wishing you ALL a Happy New Year!!! Number […]