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11 Ways to Make a Grilled Cheese Sandwich at werd.com
11 Ways to Make a Grilled Cheese Sandwich

One level above frying an egg is the frontier of the grilled cheese sandwich. But, if you think you’re limited to just bread, butter and cheese you’re selling your sammy short. The ubiquitous grilled cheese can be made at least 1000 ways. Here are 11 to try out.

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Spicy Chicken Skewers at werd.com
Spicy Chicken Skewers

You know who invented chicken skewers? Cavemen. Well, maybe they used Pteradactyl, but the prep is pretty much the same. Put meat on stick then cook. This slightly more detailed recipe will show you how to do it right in the age of gas grills, plates and stuff.

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Lord Nut Levington Nuts at werd.com
Lord Nut Levington Nuts

So you like your nuts a little cheesy, do you? But, maybe your girl likes them sweet. Either way, piquant peanut pervert Lord Nut Levington makes a variety of flavored nuts for you to munch on: cheddar cheese & jalapeño, Bloody Mary & cinnamon are just a few of his specialties.

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Chicken Wings With Spicy Basque Ketchup at werd.com
Chicken Wings With Spicy Basque Ketchup

There’s something about eating meat right off the bone that speaks to the caveman in all of us. Add a few beers and maybe a waitress in orange booty shorts and sheer pantyhose and … Oops, sorry—those wings are powerful things. Learn how to cook them yourself and you’ll be one evolutionary step closer to becoming a civilized man.  Sort of.

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Texas Chicken Tacos at werd.com
Texas Chicken Tacos

Most of the world’s greatest foods are handheld items: the pizza slice, the burrito, the bagel, etc. And let’s not forget, the taco. Basically, it’s a vessel to get your dinner from the plate to your face with minimal effort. And it works. What you put inside the taco is up to you but this week, we’ve got a great recipe for chicken tacos. It’s easy; really easy actually.

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Beef Chili with Poblanos and Beer at werd.com
Beef Chili with Poblanos and Beer

Chili is grade-A man food. Why does it qualify? Well, because it’s easy. You make it in one pot and then eat it with a spoon. It contains beef & beer. If somewhere along the line your recipe needs a little more kick, a couple more splashes of beer, or ends up getting too spicy, you can adjust as it cooks. Learn to make your own and be the master of your menu.

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Chicken Picatta at werd.com
Chicken Picatta

When you’re in the supermarket buying fresh lemons and searching for a jar of capers for this recipe, you’ll realize you’re starting to learn how to cook. This is a good thing. You’re on your way to a great meal. But hey, if you find out what a caper actually is, please hit us up we’d love to know, too.

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Spice Rubbed Pork Chops at werd.com
Spice Rubbed Pork Chops

Mastering the art of a properly cooked pork chop will not cost you much time or effort, as it’s all in the details. There’s no flavor quite like the savory richness of a juicy, spice-rubbed chop. Learning to do them right, adds another gourmet option to your repertoire of home-cooked meals.

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Sausage Meatballs at werd.com
Sausage Meatballs

Vegetarians, this could be one of those moments when you question your lifestyle choice. In the pantheon of Truly Epic Foods, there are few dishes that match the simple perfection & indulgent flavor as well as a proper meal of Spaghetti & Meatballs. This is a dish you should have dialed. Yeah, the spaghetti part is easy, but for making legit meatballs, you should really read up.

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Scorpion Salsa at werd.com
Scorpion Salsa

The Scorpion chili pepper is melt-your-face-off hot. It’s so hot, it can’t even be eaten on it’s own; so hot the pepper pickers have to wear Hazmat suits.  But by blending just a bit of this specially-grown New Mexican pepper into salsa, you can survive its powerful blast of heat. Granted, your forehead will bead up with sweat after one bite, but that’s the fun of it. Try it, we dare you.

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