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Taste John Tesar's Pain

tesarrisotto.jpgWant to eat like the Top Chef: Seattle judges? Now you can, sort of (and no, it doesn't involve those Healthy Choice frozen meals they're pushing). Nancy Nichols got a hold of John Tesar's losing 'umami risotto' recipe that got him kicked off the show in the latest episode, so fans can in theory recreate it at home and do their own judging—provided you have carrot juice, burdock root, salmon roe, and goat's milk yogurt on hand, of course. [SideDish]

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