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Ingredient - Beef
This delicious, spicy dish only needs a large green salad, sliced tomatoes, a baked potato, and a Chilean wine to create a feast. We have used lean, ground beef in this recipe, but coarsely ground chicken, rabbit, or pork could also be used.

It may seem like cheating, but I like to use canned curry paste for this dish since it avoids the work of chopping and pounding that homemade curry paste involves. This dish takes its name from the northern Malaysian port city, but in Thailand the sauce is creamier and richer than the dry dark curries popular there.

This recipe is for a dish called the national snack of Peru. It’s prepared and sold by street vendors all over the country. Traditionally it is made with beef heart, but I’ve substituted sirloin for a more tender kebab. Achiote paste is made from the red seeds of the annatto tree and is used as a seasoning and to impart a yellow coloring. Available in Latin markets, mail order, or in speciality sections of grocery stores, the paste is much easier to use than the seeds.
Here is the famous Serbian "hamburger," as prepared by the master barbecuer Bure (The Barrel). Note: This recipe requires advance preparation.
This is a great breakfast dish and is a meal in itself when each serving is topped with a poached egg. Have your favorite bottled hot sauce handy if the hash is not hot enough for you. If you would like an accompaniment, how about a fruit salad with mangos, bananas, peaches, and pineapple? This is a great breakfast dish and is a meal in itself when each serving is topped with a poached egg. Have your favorite bottled hot sauce handy if the hash is not hot enough for you. If you would like an accompaniment, how about a fruit salad with mangos, bananas, peaches, and pineapple?

Here is another incredibly easy but tasty way to use the leftover prime rib meat. Of course, you can add plenty of other ingredients to this sandwich, like onions, lettuce, tomatoes, green chile, and cheese, but the meat is so flavorful that it can stand alone with just the horseradish sauce.

Marinating the steaks in spicy peanut butter adds a totally new dimension to grilling, (Courtesy of Peanut Better)

From the terrific book The Ultimate Guide to Grilling by Rick Browne. Available on Amazon.com

Here is Sam's recipe for good ol' café chili. Note the extreme amount of cumin. Interestingly enough, in the version of this recipe which appeared in Texas Home Cooking, the amount of cumin mysteriously was doubled. Could Sam be addicted to cumin? Sam is also the author of Avenida Juarez, a novel which has to be read to be believed.

 

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