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Martabak telur (egg with ground mutton or beef and green onion wrapped in similar to spring rolls wrapper and fried)

Resenha Carne Doce, Princesa

Sage - It was used as a preservative for meat before the advent of refrigeration (eminently useful: you never know when you’ll be forced to hunt in the wild). Sage aids digestion, relieves cramps, reduces diarrhea, dries up phlegm, fights colds, reduces inflammation and swelling, acts as a salve for cuts and burns, and kills bacteria.

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15 Traditional American Recipes

15 Classic American Recipes - Parsley Corn on the Cob

Easy No Cook Recipes

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I have no idea how we have managed to keep this dish from you guys for so long. I have been using the same recipe for years and it is one of those dishes that always whispers in my ear: “Hey,…

Easy Roast Pork with Perfect Crackling – unlike traditional labor-intensive methods of making this dish, my version is fuss-free and requires NO poking.  What you get is a perfectly crispy, puffy golden-brown skin that gives way to the soft belly meat below that is glistening with moistness. One bite and you’ll be grinning from ear to ear! ^_^ ☀

Easy Roast Pork with Perfect Crackling

Easy Roast Pork with Perfect Crackling – unlike traditional labor-intensive methods of making this dish, my version is fuss-free and requires NO poking. What you get is a perfectly crispy, puffy golden-brown skin that gives way to the soft belly meat below that is glistening with moistness. One bite and you’ll be grinning from ear to ear! ^_^ ☀

Honey Pork Belly

I don't eat like this often, but it was amazing!!!! I made the pork and then served it with broiled figs sprinkled with the Togarashi. No rice and no spinach, but I will make it that way for my son who loves pork belly!!! A keeper recipe indeed. It was like pork candy.