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Travel Photo of the Day: Koshary

This street food can be found throughout EgyptKoshary is such a basic staple of Egyptian cuisine that one can eat it any time of day.An Egyptian street food favorite is koshary, a savory mix of pasta, lentils, rice, chickpeas, garlic, fried onions, and chile sauce. The dish is so integrated into the culture that it can be eaten any time of day — meaning, for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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How to Make a Great Rack of Ribs

If there’s one thing that we definitely don’t mind licking our fingers for, it’s ribs. Juicy, succulent, and downright messy, ribs are one of the few dishes in life that we’re happy to pull apart with our bare hands and bite into right off the bone.So what makes a rack of ribs so good? Sure, there are marinades you can use and special rubs to try, but no matter what flavor combination you’d like your ribs to have, there’s a set of standard rules to apply when making ribs that can take them from being just a good rack of ribs, to a great one — and we’ll show you how.
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Pickled green nuts

Eu una recunosc ca prima data cand am auzit de nuci verzi murate, m-am uitat cam ciudat si m-am gandit & 34;Oare ce-o mai fi si gaselnita asta?& 34; Ma gandeam eu ca asa ceva nu s-a mai auzit prin partile noastre, desi debordam de nuci verzi, pe care le folosim cu precadere in dulceturi. Dar stiind ca sunt atat de apreciate in preparatele dulci, ideea de murare mi s-a parut cel putin bizara.
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Salmon in the Dishwasher recipe

RecipesIngredientsSeafoodFishOily fishSalmonNo it& 39;s not a joke - as the name implies, salmon is cooked in the dishwasher. Not only does it work, but it results in delicious, succulent salmon.84 people made thisIngredientsServes: 4 500g (1 1/4 lb) fillet salmon1 tablespoon olive oilsalt and freshly ground black pepper to tastehandful chopped fresh dill, or to taste3 tablespoons fresh lemon juiceMethodPrep:10min ›Cook:40min ›Ready in:50minTear off 4 sheets of aluminium foil large enough to wrap the fillet (or wrap individually if using 4 separate fillets).
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