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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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Rajma Masala

Flavor abounds in this slightly exotic veg dish that is simple to make but complex in taste. A medley of onion, ginger, and garlic underscore a red bean base with a rich tomato gravy. Native to northern India, this dish … Continue reading

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Piri Piri Chicken Weekend

On this holiday weekend, we are enjoying one of our most favorite recipes: Piri Piri Voodoo Chicken. Instead of making kabobs, we have chicken tenderloins marinating for tonight’s grilling — less work than kabobs, but same wonderful, light, and aromatic … Continue reading

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Chimichurri from MeatFireGood.com

Although the exact origins of this Argentinian sauce and its name are not clear, one thing is certain. It tastes fantastic, especially on seared steak. This fresh elixir of flavor owes its green color to the copious amounts of cilantro … Continue reading

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Missouri River Fish Fry Seasoning

I have tried many fish fry seasoning blends, including several commercial mixes and a variety of homemade recipes.  This is my personal favorite.  It is flavorful, simple, and enhances the flavor of any panfish. It is excellent with catfish. Enjoy! Ingredients … Continue reading

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