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How I prepare Brussel Sprouts – Simple Recipe

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Wash After trimming put into bowl Cover with wet paper towel Microwave for 3 minutes While still hot from microwave cook on high heat in oil (I use coconut or olive) Caramelize to extent you like Right before turning off heat melt in some butter and mix Sprinkle soy sauce to taste Crowd favorite every time!

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Recipes: Octopi Salad

Ingredients: – Baby octopi – Milk – Ginger, lemongrass (if you have it), and garlic Steps: – Soak octopi in cold milk for 30 minutes to get any “fishy smells” out – I added papaya to help with tenderization – but not sure needed – Discard milk, rinse ocotpi with water, drain – Add octopi, […]

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Travel, Recipes, Tucunare, Peacock Bass, Brazil, Brasil, Em Portugues

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Sometimes simple is the best recipe. “Peacock Bass” is a fish that is at the very top of my “one day need to catch” list. They are legend. Top-water, aggressive, muscular, territorial, and, as I now know…. ruthlessly delicious. I’ve never fished for them yet. I have, however, recently got to enjoy them in the […]

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Recipe, Fish, Sea Bass – Amazingly Simple and Delicious

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– Obtain Sea Bass or other white, flaky, fish fillets (if your brother is a local fishing wonder, have him catch a huge White Sea Bass for you  – see picture)  🙂 – Soak the fillets in nothing but olive oil for 30 minute – Coat with bread crumbs (optional – add some panko crumbs, […]

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Foods from Chile, Travel to Chile, Wine Grapes from Chile, Seafood not to miss

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Chile is an ideal place to produce wine, and one delicious place to eat. Wine Her grape growing regions are naturally protected against phylloxera, the root destroying louse that plagues vineyards, worldwide. Chile is flanked on all sides by environments phylloxera simply cannot penetrate – the Andes, the great Pacific Ocean, and bone-dry desserts. Operationally, […]

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