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Red Curry Clams
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Red Curry Clams

This simple recipe of clams cooked in a spicy Thai red curry sauce takes advantage of prepared Thai curry paste. We call for red curry paste but use whatever type you prefer. This recipe also works with about 4 pounds of mussels. Serve with crusty bread to soak up any leftover sauce. Ingredients 5 pounds...

Savoy Cabbage wraps
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Savoy Cabbage wraps

Savoy cabbage becomes a wrapper for a delicious mix of beef, pork or chicken, herbs, and basmati brown rice. Cabbage wraps Ingredients 1 large head Savoy cabbage 3 tablespoons olive oil, divided 1 yellow onion, finely chopped 1 carrot, peeled and finely chopped 4 garlic cloves, minced 2.5 ounces fresh Parmesan cheese, divided 1 cup...

How to cook octopus
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How to cook octopus

Octopus can be an intimidating ingredient to work with at first, especially because it is delightful when it is cooked properly, but it can be devilish to cook, going from tender to rubbery. Many times we have clients asking us about the best ways to make it. Some confess they have never tried making octopus –...

Grilled sea bass
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Grilled sea bass

Stuffed with loads of herbs and rubbed with simple garlic butter, sea bass is grilled whole, rendering smoky, tender fish, with summery charred flavour, even during Spring. Sea bass is a delicate white fish that needs very little by the way of cooking technique. The beauty of cooking whole fish is that it’s one of the easiest things...

Simple, yet delicious, ham sandwiches
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Simple, yet delicious, ham sandwiches

There are certain days when a simple sandwich will do wonders to our mood. One awesome aspect about these sandwiches is how versatile they are. With just a small twist here and there, they can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and even a light dinner. Therefore, on this blog post, we have decided to leave...

Brazilian Farofa
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Brazilian Farofa

Farofa is an essential condiment to many Brazilian dishes. It’s made with manioc meal or the ground root of the cassava or manioc plant. Usually mixed with butter, bacon and fresh parsley or cilantro, this is a great side dish to go with grilled meat, with any variation of beans or with roasted turkey or chicken....

Pastéis de bacalhau
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Pastéis de bacalhau

If you go to a traditional Portuguese party, chances are you will be served Pastéis de Bacalhau. This is the Portuguese term for codfish cakes. Pastéis de bacalhau are a must-have appetizer in gatherings, they are part of the tapas menu in many restaurants, they go well in any meal – especially with rice -, and...

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