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Smoked Duck L'orange

Smoked Duck L’orange

July 18, 2013 | 14 Comments

In the spirit of BBQ Month here on This American Bite, it's time for something new.  When KOL Foods asked me to smoke a duck and write about it for...

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Pulled BBQ Beef

Pulled BBQ Beef

July 4, 2013 | 9 Comments

July means BBQ, and in the Mid West, BBQ doesn’t just mean hamburgers and hotdogs on a grill.  It means smokers, marinades, dry rubs and smokers.  Next month will see the second annual Kosher BBQ...

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arugula bean flautas

Baked Arugula and Bean Flautas {Giveaway!}

June 10, 2013 | 60 Comments

Kathy Hester is an inspired vegan writer.  It was a pleasure to review her earlier title The Vegan Slow Cooker (or for your kindle) a while ago and it's a pleasure to be sharing a recipe and...

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Chicken Rumaki - This American Bite

Chicken Rumaki with Adobo Chili BBQ Sauce

May 23, 2013 | 24 Comments

Do you remember that trip I took to New York earlier this year?  The chicken rumaki I tasted at NY’s Wolf and Lamb have been front of mind since I got home, and I finally...

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Chili Con Carne (Photo: CC Flickr Cyclone Bill)

[Recipe Redo] Chili Con Carne

May 2, 2013 | 11 Comments

In making chili con carne this week, I took a look at the recipe I posted when I was just three months into writing This American Bite. I read the recipe and I realized how...

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Would you believe me if I said I have never cooked with pineapple before?  My mother’s deathly allergy to this fruit kept it far from our home, perhaps even our block when I was growing...

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Sweet Potato, Chickpea and Spinach Curry

February 28, 2013 | 18 Comments

The foodie community is vast.  Not a week goes by without me adding another foodie to my google reader and swear to return to read each and every recipe.  Sometimes, it will be weeks or...

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Grilled London Broil Steaks

Grilled London Broil

February 18, 2013 | 31 Comments

A Jewish wedding is rich with traditions that begin as soon as a couple announce their engagement. Throw in the customs and preferences that have been celebrated by the families of the bride and groom...

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