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Mediterranean Black Bean Salad

This Mediterranean Black Bean Salad is a fresh and healthy side dish, made with black beans, corn,  cucumber, a delicious vinaigrette, and  fresh herbs. It’s perfect for potlucks and as a side dish during grilling season. Love this Southwestern black bean salad when the weather is warm, it makes enough to feed a group. It's a great side dish, appetizer if served with chips, or as a topping for taco salads. You can even serve with grilled meat, fish,...

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Yogurt Mint Sauce

It’s not just for lamb! Yogurt and mint sauce is ideal for Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, or Indian influenced grilled meats, fish dishes, salads, falafel, and pita dipping. This sauce is prepared in 5 minutes, keeps well in the fridge for a few days and lends itself to enriching and accompanying many dishes. Contingent on which country, there will be some variations of ingredients. For best flavor be sure to use a whole milk yogurt, the freshest herbs, and don’t...

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Maple Balsamic Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Pan-Seared Lamb

The first important thing to do  is to make sure the meat marinates for hours for best flavor. With just a few ingredients and a simple preparation, cooking is easy. The lamb is one of those meat dishes that, once prepared, you may always want to cook it again because its flavor is really special and exquisite. Chef Wecker

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Goat Cheese Poblano Quesadillas

Quesadillas were first created in the 16th century colonial Mexico as a result of old and new world tastes coming together. The quesadilla has evolved over years as people experimented with different variations of it. Poblano peppers are named for the state of Puebla, Mexico, where they originated. They have thick, dark-green skin and they range from mild to medium-hot. This quesadilla is super delicious with the smokiness of the poblano and creaminess and tanginess of goat cheese. Chef...

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Pan-Seared Top Sirloin Steaks

Beef top sirloin comes from the tender top butt which is known to be juicier and tastier when grilled or pan seared. If you use a meat thermometer to test your preference, the internal temperature should be 135F for medium-rare, and 145F for medium. Searing gives this dish a richer golden-brown color and exceptional flavor. Chef Wecker

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