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My sons started asking for simple recipe ideas when they were in college. They were tired of cafeteria food and going out all the time. I love food and have been cooking since I was in my 20s. So I started emailing recipe ideas which they’d try and then share with friends. We’re still doing this, and I started Chowguys.com to help other guys get comfortable in the kitchen, eat better at home, and have some fun along the way. Cooking and eating well doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ve tried to keep our recipes simple without dumbing down the results. Don’t worry too much about precise measurements. Learn to trust your instincts and you’ll be surprised how well dinner will turn out. – Duncan Pollock
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After a serious couple of hours of "view enhancement" with the motosega (chainsaw), I took off for an aerobic mega shop at the Florence IKEA. This experience was so traumatic that when I pulled into the parking lot in my neighboring village of Radicondoli I fell fast asleep in the car.
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Wash and trim the ends of the cucumber, then slice it in half lengthwise. Run a spoon inside each half so you scrape out and discard the seeds. Now you can put the cucumber back together and make slices cross wise to the degree of thickness you want.