World War I Leads To American Independence

  Flags are cool. Of course, these flags hang at the Albion Fire Station, so maybe they’re hot. Your flag may vary.               Ever since Christopher Columbus first landed in the New World and […]

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Dyslexic Befe From Ethiopia

Ethiopian Entree TIBS INGREDIENTS 1½ pounds sirloin, lamb, or venison1 red onion or 2 yellow onions2 teaspoons fresh cilantro2 tomatoes5 garlic cloves¼ cup niter kibbeh*, ghee*, or butter2 tablespoons Berbere* spice4 teaspoons ginger1 tablespoon vegetable […]

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Pepito Sandwich

Venezuelan Entree PEPITO SANDWICH INGREDIENTS – STEAK 1 pound steaks, skirt, flank, or ribeye½ tablespoon minced garlic¾ teaspoon salt2 tablespoons vegetable oil1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce INGREDIENTS – SANDWICHES 4 sandwiches rolls, hoagies1 cup guasacaca (See […]

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Gado Gado and the History of Us

Indonesian Appetizer GADO GADO (Vegetable Salad) INGREDIENTS ¾ pound Yukon gold or new potato 3 eggs ½ head Chinese cabbage or Napa cabbage 1¼ cups spinach 1¼ cups bean sprouts (aka mung beans) ½ pound […]

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Happy July 2nd, America!

John Adams, signer of the Declaration of Independence, Second U.S. President, and all around unpleasant guy, had this to say about America’s Independence Day: “It ought to be solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shows, […]

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