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Peace, Love, and Chai

Chai is a staple in Indian cuisine and frankly, no one knows how to do it better than they do. If you are an American who has sampled the various commercially produced chai mixes in tea bags or sampled some … Continue reading

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Turkish Menemen

This one-pan wonder is full of flavor! Eggs poached in a sautéed onions, peppers, tomatoes, and garlic provide a robust, but not overpowering, medley of flavors. Wonderfully nutritious eggs make this a filling but not heavy dish. Best of all, … Continue reading

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Garam Masala from MeatFireGood.com

There are as many curries in India as there are regions and family recipes. Curry is an anglicized term simply referring to “spicy.” The cultural exchange following the Age of Exploration has given birth to countless versions, some that blend … Continue reading

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Heavenly Schwenker: German Recipe and Grilling Style

Schwenker is a popular German style cook-out — a combination of recipe and method of cooking.  And Wow! It tastes fantastic! Instead of throwing your meat on a grill above charcoal where the cook must constantly move the meat to … 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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