Monday, April 4, 2011

Signature Twists (DV1112H)

Season Eleven, Episode Twelve

Signature Twists - Original Airdate 4/4/11

This trip, Guy Fieri is rolling out for comfort food done right. In Indianapolis, a dog-friendly neighborhood joint doing their Barking Lard BLT with homemade bacon. In New Orleans, a place from the 1890s where they're still reinventing classics like jambalaya and green bean casserole. And in Winters, California, a little spot off the beaten path doing wood fired pizza.


Video from Putah Creek Cafe

Barking Dog Cafe - website
115 East 49th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205 - map
(317) 924-2233
www.barkingdogindy.com

The Old Coffee Pot Restaurant - website
714 Saint Peter Street, New Orleans, LA 70116 - map
(504) 524-3500
http://www.theoldcoffeepot.com

Putah Creek Cafe - website
210 Railroad Ave., Winters, CA 95694 - map
(530) 795-2682
www2.buckhornsteakhouse.com
Twitter - @putahcreekcafe
Facebook

Recipes in this episode
San Francisco-Style Cioppino - Putah Creek Cafe - Frederick Reyes
Jambalaya - The Old Coffee Pot Restaurant - Dustin Palmisano
Chicken Lollipops - Barking Dog Cafe - Jeff and Mary Beth Gahimer, chef-owners

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could you please give the recipe for the green bean casserole. It looked yummy, but didn't catch all the ingredients.
Thanks, Paula Williams

Anonymous said...

That's what I'm looking for too. It looked great and I'd like to make it for Easter,

Anonymous said...

Looking for the casserole recipe as well....funny they didn't have that one on the list??

Jamie Moorhead said...

im here looking for the gb casserole recipe too ;)

Anonymous said...

Why oh why didn't I dvr the show - I can't find the receipe anywhere

Anonymous said...

found the video for you guys good luck with the green bean casserole its great!

http://tv-link.org/episode-12-signature-twists-diners-drive-ins-and-dives-season-11

thall33 said...

How about the recipe for the Barking Dog Lard BLT bacon? Would love to make some home made bacon!

Dora said...

thall, the Food Network didn't provide that recipe. But you're free to contact the Barking Dog directly! Information is posted above.
~D

CynW said...

The Old Coffeepot Restaurant in New Orleans does have a website: http://www.theoldcoffeepot.com/

Anonymous said...

Waiting for a reply from Old Coffeepot....5 days so far.

Anonymous said...

Did anybody ever get the green bean casserole recipe????

Anonymous said...

Did anyone ever get green bean reciepe? Still trying to find it.

Anonymous said...

Don't bother contacting the Old Coffee Pot for the green bean casserole recipe. They won't give it out. OK - but tell me on my first phone call, don't give me the runaround telling to call back. Four phone calls later I was told it's a family recipe!

Dora said...

Yikes! Ok. Good to know!
Thx for taking one for the rest of us.
:)

Anonymous said...

Here's the recipie.

butter
onion
green bell pepper
artichoke -bottoms?
cremini mush. chopped
garlic chopped
cremini mush.-sliced
green beans
dry sherry
cream
parmesan cheese
slurry
S & P
parmesan
bread crumbs
bake 400 deg. 7 maybe 17 min.?


Ok, so this is what I've got after watching the video.

1. Add butter to pan. Sauté and add onions, bell pepper, and artichoke hearts without the leaves.

2. Once that sautés up a bit, add chopped cremini mushrooms and a lot of chopped garlic.

3. Add sliced cremini mushrooms and green beans with stems/ends on.

4. Once that sautés off a little bit, add sherry and heavy whipping cream with at least 36% fat.

5. Let this simmer and right before it boils add the parmesan. Add cornstarch slurry (cornstarch dissolved in water). Add salt and pepper.

6. Pour into pan. Top with parmesan and bread crumbs. Bake at 400 degrees for about 7 minutes so that it is brown and crispy on top.

7. Plate and top with parsley.


You can download the show that has the recipie by purchasing the video for $1.99 from iTunes. Just search for Diners Drive Ins and Dives Season 11 episode 12.

Enjoy the casserole!

Anonymous said...

I ate at the old coffee pot recently (after seeing the episode) and the casserole was even better than I could have imagined :)