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Cook this: Lomito de cerdo al tamarindo y menta — braised pork loin with tamarind and mint — from Colombiana

Breadcrumb Links Life Eat and drink Culture “It’s the juiciest pork loin ever,” says Mariana Velasquez Publication date : Sep 30, 2021 • October 1, 2021 • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Lomito de cerdo al tamarindo y menta (braised pork loin with tamarind and mint) from Colombiana. Photo by Gentl et Hyers […]

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Braised rabbit with garlic caramel sauce and risotto

Atlanta’s Canoe offers delicious food in a beautiful riverside setting. Go there if you can get there. Otherwise, help yourself out with their braised rabbit. The lean, sweet meat really shines in a rich confit garlic sauce, over a creamy kale and goat cheese risotto. If you’ve only tried risotto arborio before, give the carnaroli […]

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Slow Cooker Lemongrass Braised Pork Chops

In this easy slow cooker recipe, thick pork chops braise for hours in a delicious Asian sauce of chicken broth, soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar, garlic, shallots, lemongrass and black pepper, gently blended together. After 6 hours in the slow cooker, the pork chops come out tender, flavorful and richly flavored. Serve this easy-to-make-it-and-forget-it dish […]

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Braised red cabbage with bacon

The poor cabbage has a bad reputation and we do not understand why. Prepared this way, it is flavorful and delicious – a fabulous side dish. What to buy: Red cabbage is classic in this dish, but our preparation will work with any variety. Game plan: You can prepare this dish up to a day […]

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Cider Braised Chicken with Apples and Brussels Sprouts – Lowell Sun

Fall ushers in a different kind of cooking for many home cooks. When the weather cools, we’re happy to swap cooking outside on the grill to baking, roasting, or sautéing dinner on the stovetop. This easy, one-dish recipe is a great kickstarter for fall. September means apple season, and now is also when sprouts like […]

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Braised chicken with apple cider, Brussels sprouts

Autumn ushers in another type of cuisine. When the weather cools, we’re happy to swap cooking outside on the grill to baking, roasting, or sautéing dinner on the stovetop. This easy, one-dish recipe is a great kickstarter for fall. September means apple season, and now is also when sprouts like Brussels sprouts are plentiful at […]

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Eat This: Cider Braised Chicken with Apples and Brussels Sprouts

Fall ushers in a different kind of cooking for many home cooks. When the weather cools, we’re happy to swap cooking outside on the grill to baking, roasting, or sautéing dinner on the stovetop. This easy one-dish recipe is a great kickstarter for fall. September means apple season, and now is also when sprouts like […]

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Recipe for Braised Cod with Canned Tomatoes, Oranges and Olives

I am often asked if canned and fresh tomatoes can be used interchangeably in recipes. The answer: it depends. Canned tomatoes release more liquid during cooking and also contain liquid in the can. Sometimes this liquid is just what you want – other times a recipe is better with the brighter flavor (and drier texture) […]

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Recipe Braised Chinese cabbage with cream sauce and prosciutto

It may sound weird, but it’s a traditional Chinese dish. It is often said to come from Beijing or Shanghai, but it is actually part of Cantonese cuisine. In Hong Kong restaurants it’s made with Zhejiang fried Jinhua ham, but I made it here with prosciutto shavings instead. Ingredients ½ head of Chinese cabbage 1 […]

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Braised country style pork ribs in brown sauce

Braised country style pork ribs in brown sauce By Tracey Koch, Stephanie Riegel Photography by Amy Shutt September 7, 2021 country pork the ribs aren’t technically cut from the rib – they’re actually from the shoulder area of ​​the pork. They’re usually boneless, but you may find some that contain a bit […]

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Taiwanese soy-braised offal sandwiches epitomize hearty food

In Taiwan, night markets fill the streets. Handcarts sell oyster pancakes, blood cakes sprinkled with peanuts and stinky tofu. These delicious dishes may seem alien to Australians, but to Taiwanese they are delicious side dishes eaten for dinner and as a midnight snack. One of the food carts in Taiwan that many non-Taiwanese food bloggers […]