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My name is Craig Cooke and I define myself I believe through a number of factors on how I explore life. I'm a CEO of a company called Rhythm, a digital marketing agency I co-founded about 22 years ago. I am also a family man; a father of two.
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These little gems that are brown and crisp on the outside with a warm tender goodness on the inside. They are good with eggs in the morning or next to a burger. Season with plenty of salt and a touch of paprika. These fries transform the Mexican potato into an all-American classic. Note: Jicama needs to cook in slow cooker for about 8-12 hours before frying.
Thai Chicken Curry
This is an easy Thai Chicken Curry dish that is spicy, savory and sweet. It really hits all the senses. The coconut milk along with the sweet potatoes offset the spice of the curry and the chilis. This is one of my client's favorite dishes and is requested over and over again. Nutritious and delicious!!!
Venison With Mushroom Tomato Sauce
Hunting season is still in full effect and if you were lucky enough to get your deer, this is the perfect venison recipe to warm up the cooler days of autumn. The Butchery in Costa Mesa may be able to help you locate a cut of venison if you did not get your deer this year. If you cannot locate venison steaks you can substitute a pork tenderloin or elk. Good game for the adventurous foodie!!
It is time to stuff your turkey and this recipe is not only full of flavor but gluten free. It can be used to stuff a whole bird or used in a turkey roulade. It is one my favorite GF stuffing recipes and it will impress your guest with the flavor and texture.
Elk Tenderloin With A Cherry Sauce
It is Elk hunting season and what better way to celebrate but with a tender piece of elk tenderloin. It is tender, flavorful and little less gamey than some of the other wild animals. It is also great for those individuals that have a food sensitivity towards beef but love beef. You can order from the Butchery in Costa Mesa in one pound portions if you have not been hunting. If you are an adventurous foodie and like wild game this is a deliciously elegant dish.
Bean-less Bison Chili
Football and Fall is a great time to enjoy a bowl of chili! This is a delicious meat-based chili (bean free) that you can use bison instead of ground beef if you have a food sensitivity towards beef. It is rich in flavor and will put a smile on anyones face that enjoys a little spice. You can adjust the heat by decreasing chili powder or if you like a little more heat add a pinch of cayenne.