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, “the repetition of the sound of a vowel or diphthong in nonrhyming stressed syllables near enough to each other for the echo to be discernible.” Your taste buds will get an even better workout than your tongue with this recipe for Thai pork fried rice.
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aster has come and gone, but I bet you have a bit of leftover ham. What better way to use it that to make this delicious soup that’ll keep you warm on these blustery April days?
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ome meals are like gateways into whole afternoons of vivid nostalgia. Endives wrapped in ham and gruyere is a dish that brings back some wonderful memories for me, and it’s a treasure to relive them again and again since learning to make it myself. The recipe below showcases endives, a unique vegetable that flourishes in its second crop during this winter season.
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Guys. It’s pretty cold out, huh? The idea of eating a salad or a little sandwich for dinner is just… no. We need something filling, meaty, warming, and comforting as the days continue to get shorter. Does a dish with beans, sausage AND BACON sound good to you? Then read on.
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Leaves a-changing? Pumpkins a-glowing? A chill in the air? Check, check, check. Before our feasting tables are overtaken by Halloween candy and Thanksgiving trimmings, let’s celebrate this quiet mid-autumn period. Below you’ll find recipes for a hearty meal bursting with seasonal produce and fall-time flavors, a perfect for the menu this weekend…
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So, kid, you wanna know about roasting? This isn’t just some arbitrary step in a recipe. This is the real deal, a technique you can master to make infinite meals out of any meat or veggie. Roasting may look easy as pie, but just like pie, it’s not all that easy. What a misleading idiom.
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