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Feijoada is a classic meat and bean dish with African origins and a Portuguese heritage. It is known for having enough flavor to knock your socks off.
These warming dishes have wonderfully complex flavors but don't take all day to make. By Lynn Andriani Like Us On Facebook
The savory flavor from the shoulder roast blends perfectly with the teriyaki taste of the potatoes and vegetables.
Turning your Parmesan rinds into a rich, cheesy broth is the best way to get the most bang out of your aged, funky, Italian buck.
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On the heels of the court revocation of Bloomberg's ban on 16-ounce soft drinks, New York's mayor promptly created a secret Passover police unit (code name Sugar Daddy).
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There really isn't much to say about split pea soup that you probably don't already know. It's hearty. It's savory. It's comforting. But split pea stew? Take everything you know about its soup sister and triple it.
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