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Eat like the stars: Sundance chefs offer recipes for your own parties

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  • Too
    Jan. 26, 2010 8:40 p.m.

    fancy and expensive. I will stick with my wife's homecooked meals.

  • Anonymous
    Jan. 26, 2010 8:58 p.m.

    I thank you for the receipies.. Is it possible to get the warm choclate cake with the carmalized bananas and toffee topping? Thanks

  • re: 8:40 p.m. comment
    Jan. 26, 2010 11:38 p.m.

    Really? Too fancy and expensive? Turkey chili? Short ribs? Some glaze? WOW. Yeah, that is soooo out there. Check your wife's Schwan's catalog just sitting there. A pound and a half of short ribs is about $12. Will feed plenty. Ground turkey for the chili? Probably $4 a pound. Live a little outside the box, people. Thanks, DNews for printing this story and the recipes. I'm no fan of celebs, but I appreciate fine food. Seems the paper wouldn't go to the trouble of printing it if it wasn't worth sharing.

  • YUM!
    Jan. 27, 2010 7:41 a.m.

    Great article. I wonder why Brian Prusse of Zoom wasn't included. He's the most amazing chef in Park City! His creations are to die for!

  • Lindy
    Jan. 27, 2010 7:59 a.m.

    The past few years I've been watching some shows on the food network, and have changed my cooking in subtle but noticable ways! It is easy to get the recipes online too, and I recommend giving some a try!
    For example, I use a lot more olive oil and make my own salad dressings and soups among other things, and use a lot more fresh vegetables and fruit, so good food does not have to be so expensive and can be much more healthy than some of the casseroles that I use to eat a lot of. And I get so many compliments for my "fancy" cooking now! It's a lot of fun to learn and try something new!