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Back on track!

Archive for January, 2011


Back on track!

www.makeraw.com | I’m back from a short hiatus with a spectacular gazpacho recipe using the abundance of end of summer tomatoes. I’ll post this recipe on the blog as well as a video showing you the final result.

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D’Smith’s Churrascaria

For my Super Bowl party, I decided to recreate one of my favorite international restaurant experiences, the Brazilian Churrascaria, where a buffet feast of rotisserie meats, sides and desserts are displayed. In my preparation, I have four different cuts of beef – the popular picahna or top sirloin, fraldihna (bottom sirloin), ancho (ribeye) and filet (mignon) which is prepared with a garlic smear. I also prepare smoked and grilled chorizo sausage, linguica sausage, frango (chicken) wrapped in smoked bacon and an assortments of sides including steamed white asparagus, proscuitto ham and grano padano cheese platter, cheese-beef-pork and black bean dip, chicken salad, and green salad with an assortment of toppings. For dessert, I prepared grilled pineapple, fried bananas, fried Nutella empanadas, and my friends brought toffee crunch cookies and cheesecake tarts. This feast is sure to please a big crowd.

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How to Make a Green Gazpacho Recipe

Be sure to go to www.FaveDiets.com for more easy healthy recipes and tips. In this video, Dorothy from taichibozeman.com shows you how to make a raw green gazpacho soup recipe with cucumbers.This is one of the easiest and tastiest gazpacho soup recipes.

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Paella Miami: An Authentic Spanish Dish

Miami, Florida is ranked the seventh largest city in the United States with a population of over 5,400,000 people. Located on the Atlantic coast, Miami is an extremely popular city to visit and to live in and it has been dubbed The Gateway to the Americas because of the variety of cultures to which Miami is home.

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Grill! Quick and Delicious Recipes for Indoor and Outdoor Grilling

Quick and delicious recipes for indoor and outdoor grilling

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Meson La Orza, La Mamola, Costa Tropical, Granada 18750, Andalucia, Southern Spain.

1st night of traditional Spanish music in the newly reformed traditional Spanish tapas bar, on the sea front in La Mamola, on the Costa Tropical In Southern Spain. Video Courtesy of Costa Tropical Properties CB www.costatropicalproperties.com e-mail: costatropical@telefonica.net

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Paella Pt. 2 of 2

Easy paella recipe. Pretty healthy and definitely flavorful! Enjoy Rissa!

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Spanish Chicken Paella Recipe From Spain

Paella is Spain's gift to the world; or to be more precise, Valencia's legacy. The history of the dish explains how it was first made in open fields by mixing cooked rice with just about anything starting from snails to rabbits. The original Valencian Paella is a mixture of rice with meat, snails, eels, vegetables, beans and seasoning. Saffron is an important ingredient in this dish; the spice gives the rice its lovely color and flavor.

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“Lago Nahuel Huapi” Peacefrog’s photos around Bariloche, Argentina

A TripAdvisorâ„¢ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Bariloche, Argentina by TravelPod blogger Peacefrog titled “Lago Nahuel Huapi” Peacefrog’s travel blog entry: “We had been trying to make plans to rent a car to go and see the ruta de los 7 lagos, a scenic drive along many lakes between Villa la Angostura and San Martin de los Andes. But it got too complicated and we ended up not doing that. Toto left in the morning to San Martin, and with Xue, Aamit and Cioran, an Irish friend of Xue, we bought a picnic and took a bus to an hour drive away along the lake Nahuel Huapi. We passed through Colonia Suissa, a small village founded by Swiss immigrants, and we got down at the bus terminus, at Bahia Lopez. There we had our picnic. Then we went walking in the forest, along the road first, and then on forest trails. It was full of bamboos, forming alleys, and sometimes even a covered passageway. We came across a roman bridge: a stone bridge built in roman style, totally random in this place, with bamboos all around. We reached diferent lakes and viewpoints, it was a very nice walk during the afternoon. We ended up in Llao Llao, from where we took a bus back to Bariloche. In the evening, after a nap, we cooked bife de chorizo and gnoccis with a blue cheese sauce… it was great. Later we went out witha bunch of people from the hostel. Actually there were 5 americans out of 9 people, it is quite rare to have such a high representationof one nationlity. The others were Xue and two

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Learn To Make A Paella

Looking for a traditional Spanish recipe? Without doubt, the best-known is going to be the prodigious paella … that tasty, adaptable, gregarious dish famed throughout Spain and the World.

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