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Mexican food isn't exactly a well-kept secret in America, but we do tend to emphasize only a small portion of the country's diverse food landscape. Among these 30 Mexican and Mexican-inspired recipes, you'll find classics like chicken enchiladas along...
From: Serious Eats | By: Rabi Abonour | Thursday, August 27, 2015
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Late August is my favorite time of year: just cool enough to eat outside without dripping sweat into your food, but still the season for excellent produce. It's like all those tender stalks of asparagus, juicy tomatoes, and bunches of fresh herbs are...
From: Serious Eats | By: Niki Achitoff-Gray | Friday, August 28, 2015
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Literally translated as "beef tenderloin in a towel," lomo al trapo is made by wrapping a big chunk of beef tenderloin in a thick crust of salt swaddled in a towel, tying it up, and throwing it directly on a fire until it's cooked. It's one of the easiest,...
From: Serious Eats | By: J. Kenji López-Alt | Friday, August 28, 2015
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Great black tea is a lot like the intersection of two beverages Westerners love: quality coffee and good red wine. Stimulating yet lush with hints of ripe fruit, chocolate, nuts, and citrus, mellow and sweet and charged with a tongue-tingling potency,...
From: Serious Eats | By: Max Falkowitz | Thursday, August 27, 2015
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Clarified butter is pure butterfat, minus the water and milk proteins found in normal butter, which means it's much less likely to burn and spoil. Here's the easiest method for at-home cooks.
From: Serious Eats | By: Daniel Gritzer | Thursday, August 27, 2015
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You want the short version of this? Get the best damn tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil you can find, put 'em on a plate, sprinkle them with salt and pepper, drizzle them with the best damn olive oil, and stop right there. Serve it. Admire its perfection....
From: Serious Eats | By: J. Kenji López-Alt | Thursday, August 27, 2015
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