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Chicken steak in wine and sage sauce

Marinate sliced ​​meat in a mixture of palm oil (or fat), salt and spices. hold for an hour if possible. Put the olive oil in the pan and place the slices of meat. Bake for 30 minutes at 200 degrees. Meanwhile, prepare the sauce. Put the melted butter in the pan, add the wine and then sauté the chopped sage.
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Miso-Ginger Braised Chicken with Bok Choy and Barley

Serve this one-pot complete meal in shallow bowls, ladling the rich broth over the tender chicken, vegetables, and grains. We call for whole-grain hulled—sometimes labeled hull-less—barley here. Pearled barley is not ideal for this dish; while tasty, it is not a whole grain, and it would overcook as the chicken simmers.
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Strawberry cheesecake

We put the biscuits in the food processor and grind them. Melt the butter and then mix it quickly with the biscuits and put it in a cake tin with a 20cm detachable bottom and level it. Put it in the fridge for 10 minutes to harden. We wash the strawberries and clean them and cut them into small pieces. We drain them in a sieve, sprinkle a tablespoon of powdered sugar, a few hours before. simmer until it is about to start boiling and stir continuously.
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A Play on Chex Mix

As children we loved a bowl of Chex for breakfast, and in middle school Chex Mix was on every table at those PG-rated parties. Now, in college, your childhood favorite is coming back but with your own personal twist. Every Chex Mix recipe consists of the four essential bases: Chex, pretzels, chips, nuts and candy.
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Lobster Nachos

YieldServes 8 (serving size: about 1 1/2 cups)These are not your abuela’s nachos. OK—it’s likely no nachos are from your Mexican grandmother because this popular dish has its roots in Tex-Mex cuisine. The first nachos were reportedly created by a maître d’ in Texas named Ignacio whose nickname was “Nacho.
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NYC Gets Dinner and Dancing Started Early on New Year’s Eve

Looking to get the party started early with dinner, music, and even dancing before — gasp — 9 p.m., for less than $100 a person? Not all of us want to wait until the wee hours to get our freak on, and we get hungry at a normal time, not cool Argentinian midnight time.Here are some of your options:Chelsea:Impero Caffe (132 West 27th St.
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