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Emperor Chicken Korma

There are some dishes that transcend cultural and political boundaries, and persist — strengthened by time and regional variation. Such is the case for Korma, an Indian cuisine classic. Korma was brought to the Indian subcontinent by the Persian Mughals … Continue reading

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Mediterranean Lamb For Two

From Morocco to the Middle East, people throughout North Africa and the Mediterranean love flame-licked, savory, full-flavored lamb.   Although often overlooked by the typical American pallet, lamb adds a wonderful, subtly rich (not strong) flavor to your backyard cookout.  Marinated … Continue reading

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Pork Rib-Tip Chili Alchemy

What to with a bumper crop of garden-fresh tomatoes and several trimmed rib tips? Make chili, of course! I have harvested over 30 pounds of tomatoes from our humble garden in the last three days.  This followed a recent BBQ … Continue reading

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Southern Spice Dry Rub

This dry rub has zing to it without setting your mouth afire. My favorite spicy chicken uses this rub and mesquite smoke for an unbelievably flavorful dish. Highly recommended for pork shoulder, ribs, or BBQ / smoked chicken. Ingredients ¼ … Continue reading

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