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Mr. Food's Favorite Recipes

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Updated July 26, 2023

There is no denying Art's love for food, and while his list of favorite recipes could go on for days, we picked the ones that were closest to his heart. Art loved sharing his recipes with you as much as you love making them and all of us in the Mr. Food Test Kitchen promise to keep his legacy alive and continue to bring you quick and easy recipes that Art would be proud of.

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From a timeless classic like baked ziti to his favorite Russian salad dressing, you can continue to make Mr. Food's favorite recipes any night of the week.

Please take a moment and share with us your favorite Mr. Food recipes and memories on our Memorial page.  

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would like the crescent roll breakfast recipie??? Where is it very tiring looking at what I don';t want Thank you

Carl; Do you remember any of the other ingredients? Was it a casserole type dish or just crescents themselves or stuffed. Be glad to try and help with a little more info.

My most favorite recipe of Mr. Food's was his Garden Pasta Salad. It is so easy to make but to eat...oooh it's so good. :)

I was never able to see Mr. Food on television, but I have been subscribed to this recipe site for many years. It is definitely my "go to" for party and family dinners. From his choice of fav foods, he must have been a really "down to earth" kind of man. We will miss him, but I am sure that his staff knew his thoughts on good food and will carry on his work...bringing good food and life lessons to his subscribers. Sympathy to his family and staff.


God Bless Mr. Ginsburg. My sympathy to his family and staff and friends. He will be greatly missed. Thank you for keeping his web site up and running.

I loved Mr. Food's recipes and his happy disposition. My sympathy to family, friends and staff. God Bless You. apples67

Mr. Food was one of my daily person that I watched on TV Sorry to hear of his passing I love to use his recipes they helped and made things simple truley be missed glad someone is keeping his show going Thanks.

I used to watch MR. FOOD daily on the news. He helped me make my cooking better and easier. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and staff. He will truly be missed. Thanks for keeping his website going.

Only ninety seconds and Mr food could pack so much in so little time but, Art always had time for Ohh it's soo good! Art came on during our local evening news and he was such a happy bubbly fella, always made me stop whatever i was doing to watch and jot down his great recipes& ideas,he also always made me smile even if the news was bad .. His food and recipes were always tasty easy and family worthy He was a generous giving man ..Miss you Mr. Food there will never be another!

My favorite recipe is his Prime Rib recipe with horseradish sauce.I make it every Xmas and on special occasions.Everyboby asks for this recipie.Its "Oh so good" RIP Mr Food

I searched for this recipe and didn't come up with it. Would you please send it to me: Thanks, T

PRIME RIB 09/04/2003 6 to 8 servings One 4- to 4 1/2-pound boneless beef rib eye roast 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons black pepper 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place the meat fat side up on a rack in a large roasting pan. 2. In a small bowl, combine the garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and black pepper; mix well and rub over the surface of the roast. 3. Roast for 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 hours, or until a meat thermometer inserted in the center reaches 140 degrees for medium-rare, or until desired doneness beyond that. 4. Remove the meat to a cutting board and let stand for 15 to 20 minutes; slice across the grain into thick slices, and serve. SERVING SUGGESTIONS: For a quick horseradish sauce, combine 1/2 cup mayonnaise, 1/3 cup drained prepared white horseradish, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, and 1/4 teaspoon white pepper in a small bowl. Mix well, cover, and chill for at least 30 minutes. To serve this au jus, simply warm the pan drippings with some canned beef broth and, if you'd like, a bit of red wine. "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!"

Mr Food ment so much to me :)) I have tons and tons of his recipes, he has helped me to better my cooking :)) The hardest thing for is has been to measure stuff lol. I am a taster. :)) I have a new daughter in law, that does not know how to cook, so I have been sending her e-books from Mr. Food, etc. Thank You sooooooooooooooooo very much for keeping the site open. I will always follow the site !!!!!!!!

After moving back into my home area I was so glad to find Mr Food on the non news! I remember seeing him when I first got married and my mother got me one of his cookbooks! I will always remember " Oooh its so Good!" I for one will miss him very much! Thank you for keeping him and the website open! I am a very loyal fan!

I also will miss Mr. Food. I have been watching him for over 24 years. As a young bride he helped me find delicious recipes that we easy to prepare and through the years he provided more interesting and hearty recipes for my family to enjoy. Thank you my friend. RIP thoughts go out to the family.......never met him, yet felt as if he were my best friend thru food!!!! My Mom got me started watching him every day @ lunch!!!

I will miss Mr. Food. I wish I could hear him say Oh it is soooo good one more time. Please continue his work for his fans. I won't forget!!!!


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