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When I was a kid in Cub Scouts, we had a Chili making competition. This was a bit of a problem for me, after all, I couldn't stand beans. So as a lover of meaty, spicy foods, I decided to put my own twist on it. I took the beans out of the equation, just focusing on beef and chopped pepperonis, along with dumping in all my favorite spicy ingredients. The result was something tasty, though likely best enjoyed with a glass of milk on-hand.
Who needs chocolate cake for birthdays when you can do something fun? The Italians already invented the greatest food ever made, Lasagna! It sort of looks like a cake, so why not make that instead? Sure it doesn't seem that impressive, but it's exploding with more flavor than that bland chocolate cake that your' mother always made you when you were younger. Not to mention, you can now throw a more cultural Italian style birthday party that every pasta lover in your' family will adore.
A very common and delicious fried treat for those hot summer days in Puerto Rico. Perfect for days on the beach! These type of ingredients are what my mother uses and every recipe is different! Add your own spice to this dish!
One of my favorite Korean dishes, as well as the easiest to make. Simply cook your ingredients and mix it with some warm rice, runny egg, and some gochujang (red chili paste) for spice. You can buy the cucumbers already pickled from your local Korean market or pickle them yourself. Enjoy!
Continued from previous post about beef cuts. This is how Indonesian National Standard of Cattle Carcass Handling and Quality categorized primal cuts on beef. All grades have their own best cooking methods, based on cuts' nutrition contents.
An Indonesian version of beef cuts map in Indonesian Language.
As an Indonesia who lives abroad I often got difficulties looking for the right cuts for traditional Indonesian recipes. So here goes the picture to be compared to other local/foreign beef cuts maps.
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