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Beef Fajita Best Marinade

Beef Fajita Best Marinade by Amos Miller

This is fast, simple and super delicious! You should have a very hot (very) cast iron griddle or pan to do this right. I preheat the griddle and simultaneously heat a cast iron serving dish so it goes to table with that distinctive 'sizzle'. Be sure to cut the meat, after it has rested, across the grain and as thin as you can. This…

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Chimichurri Sauce

Chimichurri Sauce by Farrell May Podgorsek

This fresh sauce is wonderful on just about anything. The sharpness is a great counterpoint to rich beef. We also use it on chicken or vegetables. It is best when freshly made, but it can sit in the refrigerator for a few days. Be sure to bring it to cool room temperature before using. Be creative and substitute any non-bitter green…

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Moroccan Poached Pears with Prunes

Moroccan Poached Pears with Prunes by Amos Miller

Poached pears are always an elegant dessert, but this super simple recipe is simply the best! This easy prep dish can be made a couple of days ahead of service, and you guests will be totally blown away, as mine have been. My dear friend, Paula Wolfert was given this recipe by Chef Fatima Mountassamin of the restaurant Le…

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Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs

Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs by Amos Miller

A perfect appetizer, great hot or cold, and can be easily made the day before the party in a large crock pot. All you’ll need is toothpicks and tiny plates! I’ve built upon an interesting recipe I found for meatballs with a teriyaki sauce and the inclusion of, yes, dried cranberries. This was so tasty when I first made my…

3 votes
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Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Apples in Honey-Bourbon Sauce

Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Apples in Honey-Bourbon Sauce by Amos Miller

I am always looking for new ways to present the omnipresent sweet potato. This recipe is pure Southland, with it praliney, bourbon-touched, subtly-spiced luciousness. There is a good amount of prep time for this, but do not be frightened away - you can get the sweet potato/apple part rolling a day before you need to serve it.…

4 votes
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