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What is a dish you can make that could be served at a restaurant?

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DAN GONZALEZ

I actually work at a restaurant. I'm the executive chef at Wandering Table.

I love the Wandering Table. Is there a go-to dish you make at home that's popular with your family then?

Probably some kind of pasta.

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LOGAN LADUE

There's a coconut rice dish that I invented a couple years back. It was bell peppers, onions, pineapple, chicken. It was literally a spur-of-the-moment dish, and that is something I would absolutely love to see in a restaurant. I just created something I felt was so good and really had all those tropical flavors.


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SUZIE PHAM

I really like to make a lentil soup. It's nice because if I have friends who are vegan or gluten-free, they can eat it. It's really easy to make. It has quinoa in it and lentils and pretty much any veggie you want to do. Yesterday, I did sweet potato, carrots and cauliflower.


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CHRISTIE MCLAIN

The favorite dinner at our house is when I make chicken Marsala and fettuccine. It's my best dish.

How did you stumble upon it?It's my husband's favorite food. One year for his birthday, I wanted to do something special. So I found a great recipe, and we love it.

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JENSEN BECKER

I might be the right guy to ask. I'm actually a line cook over at Clinkerdagger. My personal favorite is anything with spaetzle. It's like a Bavarian, German dish with dumplings, basically with Swiss cheese and caramelized onions and all sorts of different spices in it. It goes really well with broccolini, asparagus with a nice 6 or 7-ounce filet.

INTERVIEWS BY ALLA DROKINA, 2/18/2018, RIVER PARK SQUARE

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