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Based in Austin, Siete currently offers grain-free tortillas in Almond Flour and Coconut & Cassava varieties. Each variety is gluten-free, paleo-friendly, non-GMO, dairy-free, and preservative-free. Ideal for cooking or snacking, the tortillas taste, fold, and hold like a tortilla should. The brand, which officially launched two years ago at a small co-op in Austin, is now available in the southwest, Rocky Mountain, Pacific Northwest and mid-Atlantic Whole Foods regions, as well as other natural retailers across the country. It is coming to NYC in the next few weeks.Looking for the Salsa Fresca estilo Siete recipe? Click here.This recipe is provided by Siete.
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Jicama Salad with Mint Crema
When we inspected the plot where we would build the restaurant, we found a twenty-foot-long jicama vine growing wild. It was insane. The vine was so large it was taking over entire trees.Jicama is starchy and crisp and completely refreshing. Imagine crossing a potato, an apple, and a cucumber without the seeds. Jicama is almost entirely water by weight, so when you shop for it, look for the firmest and heaviest. You want the skin to be tight, not wrinkled.We garnish this salad with Prickly Pear Preserves, but you could use a handful of ripe watermelon cubes instead. And, yes, the mint crema recipe makes double what you’ll need, but we promise you’ll want to make this salad again.Excerpted from Hartwood by Eric Werner and Mya Henry with Christine Mulke and Oliver Strand (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2015.
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Double-Smoked Spiral Ham with Blackberry Bourbon Glaze
Generally, I select a spiral-sliced ham, as the many cuts help get some extra flavor through the meat. If you are purchasing an unsliced ham, then it is best to score the ham in a crisscross pattern to help the flavors get absorbed (add 30 minutes to smoking time as well, as it will take longer to heat up).You can smoke the ham ahead of the meal to save time and warm it up in the oven before serving, or serve it right out of the smoker. — Melissa Cookston, owner of Memphis Barbecue Co. in Horn Lake, Miss., Fayetteville, N.C., and Dunwoody, Ga.
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Fried Salt Cod with “Vigliacca” Sauce
A spicy tomato sauce perfectly complements fried salt cod. Salt cod is dried fish, preserved using salt. It’s an acquired taste so if you like a more mellow fish, try substituting with Chilean sea bass. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.
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Strawberry Aliens
Make snack time fun and healthy with these strawberry aliens, complete with pineapple antennae. Even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy them! Recipe courtesy of Catherine McCord of Weelicious on behalf of Bolthouse Farms.
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For those who prefer their wings on the mild side, this chicken wing recipe from Taste of Home seasons them with apricot preserves and cider vinegar to offset the heat from the hot pepper sauce and chile powder.  Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Try making your own ravioli or simply use this filling with store-bought pasta dough or wonton wrappers. Recipe Courtesy of Davio's Manhattan's Executive Chef, Chad Brown
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A delicious custardy dish for special family occasions. Make this tasty oven-baked French toast ahead for easy entertaining. make this ahead of time for an easy Easter brunch. Recipe courtesy of Incredible Egg.
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Originating in its namesake city in the 1870s, the most traditional Manhattan uses rye whiskey, though Bourbon or Canadian whisky are also traditionally used, depending on which time period you locate your traditions. This version is a slight variation on the original. Master this cocktail and you'll be on your way to becoming a great home bartender.
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Popular in America during Prohibition, the whiskey sour used citrus and sugar to mask the flavor of what was often awful-tasting bootleg liquor. Now that we can get the good stuff again, this recipe has persisted as a mainstay behind bars ever since. This simple cocktail is a good drink to start with when you're learning how to become a great home bartender. 
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Almond Cake with Strawberries and Ginger Chantilly
To me, the almond is the queen of nuts. Almonds are refined, not too fatty, and extremely nutritious — and they have a delicate aroma that’s a great complement to so many foods. This cake is a celebration of this succulent kernel; every spoonful is filled with the wonderful texture of ground almonds and the exquisite flavor of almond essence. This cake is not as dense, nor as rich, as a pound cake, yet it still has that irresistible crumbly, cakey quality. To lighten things up, I like to serve the flavorful slices with strawberries that have been macerated with strawberry or cassis liqueur, and a chantilly spiked with zingy ginger preserve. Although it’s best eaten the day it’s made, the cake will keep at room temperature, in a cool place, for up to two days. See all cake recipes.
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Pears are a significant source of dietary fiber and vitamin C, and since much of the fiber in the fiber in the pear is insoluble it makes an effective laxative, and nothing slows you down like a sluggish digestive system full of toxins. Coconut milk is loaded with vitamins B, C, and E which boost the immune system and provide energy to cells. It’s also a good source of minerals magnesium, potassium, phosphorous and iron, all of which regulate and support various systems including the heart, the nerves, and red blood cells that carry oxygen to the brain. It’s also rich in antioxidants which help repair the body, eliminate toxins, and keep your energy soaring. And as a note of interest, lemongrass oil has antifungal properties, and, amazingly, it is used to preserve manuscript collections at several institutions in India. If it can keep ancient manuscripts going, maybe it will keep you going too.
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