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#1 Posted on
I don't know how many of you have a copy of The WWF cookbook: Can You Take The Heat? I personally do. Every week, my wife and I try to pick out at least one recipe to fix. I can personally say, they're all good. My favorite one is Grilled Steak Benoit. There's been some talk about the possibility of Volume 2. What kind of recipes do you think might be included? I'd like to see something like RVD's Duck a'la range, or Booker T's Bourbon Steak. I'm just making those ones up. But again, what do you think might be included in Volume 2?
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RVD has a really good brownie recipe.



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#3 Posted on
I know Hogan's wife owns a restaurant down in Florida. I'm not sure if Hogan has any original recipes that he'd like to share with this project. I was down there one time, and amazingly, they did serve one of the items that's from Can You Take The Heat: Volume 1. That was X-Pac's Banana Cream Pie.

Now, for those of you who might remember the Nitro Grill out in Las Vegas, that format was similar to that of the ESPN Zone instead of WWF New York. I also know that DDP has a really good chili recipe that uses chicken and white cheddar cheese. That was actually one of the items featured at the Nitro Grill. I'm sure DDP would be happy to lend that to JR sometime.
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#4 Posted on
Ah, yes... RVD's famous "Mean Green" brownies. Tasty stuff!

I'd like to see some of the Southern wrestlers' recipe's for barbecue. Each area has a different style, and it'd be fun to see the competition for the best recipe. I could just imagine Faarooq and Bradshaw brawling over which barbecue is better: Texas or Georgia. Yes, I said BRAWL, most folks south of the Mason-Dixon line take their barbecue REAL seriously!



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I just remember something about Rhyno having a really good goulash recipe. If you've ever had goulash, it's a real enjoyable treat. It's just like Cajun Gumbo, but it doesn't have rice, and it has more potatoes and onions. I also heard Tommy Dreamer's got a good Philly cheesesteak recipe, and Hugh Morrus has something for Mint Chocolate Chip cookies. That's right, I said MINT Chocolate Chip cookies. Probably uses mint extract. But, anyway, I almost forgot about RVD's brownies. I was thinking that if anyone had a good brownie recipe, it was probably Torrie Wilson. wink wink.
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#6 Posted on

    Originally posted by cobrawolf
    I was thinking that if anyone had a good brownie recipe, it was probably Torrie Wilson. wink wink.


...I don't get it?



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#7 Posted on
Don't worry about it. I know what that means.

Anyway, back to the topic at hand. You don't think maybe Debra might submit one of her cookie recipes in, do you? Then again, The Rock did happen to submit his Rock Bottom Pancakes and his Smackaroni Salad to Volume 1. I was also thinking of the perfect recipe from Booker T. What do you think he might submit Volume 2? Also, what would someone like Torrie Wilson or Stacy Keibler, for that matter, have to contribute to Volume 2?
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#8 Posted on

    Originally posted by tigershark
    Don't worry about it. I know what that means.


Well I feel much better now... -_-;;

Anyway, most of the recipes are really good. I'd like to try some Sugar Shane Helms' Sugar Cookies or maybe a Hurri-Ham. ^_^;;

It'd be pretty funny if they stuck in a purposely bad recipe for some Debra Cookies.



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#9 Posted on
Kanyon's Lobster Stuffed Mushrooms or maybe Kidman's Chicken-Stuffed Ravioli.

Now, I just thought of the perfect thing for Booker T to enter. Booker's Linguini with Clam Sauce. OK, maybe something like Bourbon Steak isn't a bad idea, either.
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Booker T doesn't cook... He said on Excess he's got a freezer full of Hungry Man as part of the deal for the commercial!

I suppose he could have a recipe that deals with "A Whole Pound Of Food Men Love"...




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cobrawolf
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If there's anyone who I'm interested to see what recipe they're going to submit, it's Ric Flair. If you remember anything from Volume 1, you noticed that Vince, Shane, and Stephanie submitted some good stuff: Stephanie's Waldorf Salad and Tasty Greenwich Apples, Shane's Broiled Smackdown Scampi, Vince's Big Broiled Grapefruits and Millionaire Pie. I'm really curious to see what Flair might submit, or even if David might do something.

Note: If anyone's having trouble how to make Broiled Smackdown Scampi, here's the scoop:

6 tablespoons (3/4 stick) unsalted butter, at room temperature
1/4 cup olive oil
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 tablespoon minced onion
1 tablespoon minced shallots
2 tablespoons snipped fresh chives
1/4 teaspoon paprika
Salt to taste
Freshly ground black pepper to taste
2 pounds large shrimp, peeled and deveined

Step 1: Preheat the broiler.
Step 2: In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients except the shrimp. Blend thoroughly.
Step 3: Toss the shrimp in the mixture until thoroughly coated.
Step 4: Broil the shrimp as close to the flame as possible for 2 minutes on each side, or until pink.
Step 5: Serve immediately.
Variation: Here's the Smackdown part of the recipe. Sprinkle some extra garlic either into the marinade sauce or directly on the shrimp.

My wife wanted me to post that, because we did have that tonight.
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#12 Posted on
Could anyone tell me where I can find a copy of RVD's "Mean Green Brownies" recipe? I'd really appreciate it.

Another one of my favorites from Volume 1 was Tasty Trish-Kabobs. I'm real interested to see if Trish might have something else cooked up for Volume 2.
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#13 Posted on
HI!
    Originally posted by tigershark
    Could anyone tell me where I can find a copy of RVD's "Mean Green Brownies" recipe? I'd really appreciate it.

    Another one of my favorites from Volume 1 was Tasty Trish-Kabobs. I'm real interested to see if Trish might have something else cooked up for Volume 2.



I'm going to go out on a limb here, and guess that those were pot jokes. BECAUSE RVD SMOKES SO MUCH POT HIS HEAD LIGHTS ON FIRE AND BURNS DOWN.



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cobrawolf
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Originally posted by Selfloathing:

"I'm going to go out on a limb here, and guess that those were pot jokes. BECAUSE RVD SMOKES SO MUCH POT HIS HEAD LIGHTS ON FIRE AND BURNS DOWN."

I can obviously tell that you don't have a copy of Can You Take The Heat. There was a time when everybody thought The Rock's fascination of pancakes was a joke. But, he did submit a recipe for Rock Bottom Pancakes, which, by the way really tastes good if you put bananas. So, why wouldn't RVD submit a brownie recipe. One thing I do know is that he's probably one of the very few WWF superstars who knows how to fix roast duck. I'm real interested to see if he submits that.
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#15 Posted on
THe WWF won't allow a recipe for freakin' WEED brownies in their cookbook! Jeez! What's he gonna print? "Okay, you start with an ounce of Cambodia Red..." Sure, I'd dig it, but the anti-WWF groups would shit their pants! Then again, THe WWF could print the recipe as part of a "Legalize weed" campaign. It would sure liven up the "RAW parties"!



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#16 Posted on
That reminds me of another thing from Volume 1: Big Boss Man's "Pepper Steak." There were two versions of it. One was based the whole "Pepper the Chihuahua" storyline. It goes like this:

1 can bacon drippings (see instructions below)
1 live Chihuahua
1 onion, peeled and chopped
1 green bell pepper, seeded and chopped

Bacon drippings: Whenever you fry bacon, pour the drippings into a can. Put the lid on and store it on top of the stove. The drippings will congeal and liquefy over and over again. Continue adding to the drippings whenever you fry bacon, and use when necessary for any recipe.

Dog preparation: Catch it, hold back feet firmly, step on parts. Skin and get it (you can use the fur for hats, gloves, coat trim, and so on). Boil until the meat falls from the bones. Tear the meat into chunks.

1. Put the drippings, meat, onion, and green pepper in an 8-inch cast-iron skillet.

2. Cook until done or a grease fire begins.

But, here's the real recipe for Big Boss Man's Pepper Steak:

2 medium red onions, peeled and sliced
1 large red bell pepper, cut into 1/4-inch strips
1 large green bell pepper, cut into 1/4-inch strips
1 cup tomato juice
1 teaspoon grated lemon zest
1 teaspoon paprika
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
1 cup beef broth
2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil leaves (or 2 tablespoons dried)
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon salt
Cooking spray
1 (1 1/2-pound) beef flank steak
1 teaspoon olive oil
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

1. In a 10-inch skillet, cook the onions, bell peppers, tomato juice, lemon zest, paprika, and garlic over medium heat for 5 minutes.
2. Reduse the heat to medium-low and stir in the broth. Cover and cook about 10 minutes, or until the liquid has almost evaporated. Stir in the basil, lemon juice, and salt. Keep warm.
3. Preheat the broiler and spray the broiler pan rack with cooking spray.
4. Trim the fat from the steak. Brush it with olive oil and sprinkle it with pepper.
5. Place the steak on the rack in the broiler pan and broil with the top about 2 to 3 inches from the heat for about 5 minutes, or until brown, turning occasionally. Broil about 5 minutes longer for medium doneness (160 degrees).
6. Cut the beef into thin slices, slicing across the grain at a slanted angle. Top with the onion mixture and serve.

Now, RVD could do something like that with his brownies.

Note: On the subject of RVD's brownies, it's a rumor that his old lady is a fairly good cook. So, maybe his wife might give him the idea to invite JR over to his place someday.
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