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D’Smith’s Churrascaria

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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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Grill! Quick and Delicious Recipes for Indoor and Outdoor Grilling

Quick and delicious recipes for indoor and outdoor grilling

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

A TripAdvisor™ 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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Lorraine Pascale/BAKING MADE EASY/Tomato basil tarte tatin & Chorizo thyme fougasse

Lorraine Pascale/BAKING MADE EASY/ www.lorrainepascale.com ellasbakehouse.co.uk www.amazon.co.uk

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Finalist Stella Ortega fires up her Chicken a la Diabla

Stella created the deliciously spicy and complex Chicken a la Diabla. Zesty Cacique chorizo livened up the chicken, and reconstituted dried chilies brought out those traditional, old-world flavors, while fresh Queso Fresco balanced the spiciness perfectly.

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How the Chorizo Is Prepared and Eaten in Colombia

How the Chorizo Is Prepared and Eaten in Colombia

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Fiesta Foods Sizzling Recipe: Chorizo Breakfast Burrito – Part 2

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Spanish Food – Something to Enjoy this Christmas

As we get older we move away from a Christmas full of toys and flashing lights and into a world of practical presents: socks, bicycle lights and power tools. ‘I thought that it would be better to get something you might use’, muse in-laws, and our inner voice says ‘I thought just once you might get me something I can enjoy’.

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Top Hearty Soups for Cooler Weather

Ready for some hearty soups? Summer is quickly drawing to an end, and soon the cool winter evenings will be back. There is nothing better for a cool evening than a nice steaming pot of soup on the table with some cornbread or other bread to go along with it.

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“The biggest park in the world, maybe” Globalexplorer’s photos around Mexico City, Mexico

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Mexico City, Mexico by TravelPod blogger Globalexplorer titled “The biggest park in the world, maybe” Globalexplorer’s travel blog entry: “Today, I woke up late again hehehe… Got hungry and stopped by a stall for brunch. What a find! Had a gordita combinado, a fat tortilla with chicharon in the middle. This is cut in the middle like a sandwich then filled with cream, guacamole, onions, tomatoes, and lettuce. Yum! I wasn’t content and asked the kind lady to add chorizo and potatoes…heaven and then headache sums this up. All for 20 pesos or $1. Bargain! Energised, I walked a few km to Chepultepec Park. I hiked uphill to the castle which is also the National History Museum in Mexico. Afterwards, moved to the centre of town and walked to the Palacio del Bellas Artes. It really is beautiful! Back to the hostel, I saw an ancient dulceria or sweet shop…yum, yum! Tomorrow, I will go to Frida’s neighbourhood, Coyoacan.” Read and see more at: www.travelpod.com Photos from this trip: 1. “Castle grounds” 2. “Chepultepec Castle” 3. “Gordita heaven!” 4. “Palacio del Bellas Artes” 5. “The dulceria” See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com

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