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Baked fish with vegetables

We clean and wash the fish well, let it drain, portion it and then place it in the tray that has been greased with oil. We clean the vegetables, wash and cut them, place them over the fish placed in the tray, add the tomato juice, season and bake. After 45 minutes, take it out of the oven. Enjoy! If you liked our recipe & 34; Fish with vegetables in the oven & 34; don't forget to review it.
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Mimosa cake

Mimosa cake recipe from 11-06-2008 Updated on 13-03-2017 The mimosa cake is usually prepared for Women's Day, March 8, and owes its name to the sponge cake with which it is made, and crumbled on the surface resembles mimosa flowers. The recipe that I propose is that of my mother, every year she prepares the mimosa cake to celebrate all the women in the family, but this year I decided to give her the change and prepare it myself, I had to promise her not to put the ; pineapple though, because my house doesn't like it very much;) Procedure How to make the Mimosa Cake Prepare the sponge cake Separate the yolks from the whites and whip these until stiff.
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Plantain and Lamb Casserole

Plantain and Lamb Casserole Recipe You will be tempted to cut into this magical casserole as soon as it comes out of the oven. Restrain yourself and let it sit 10 minute before slicing so it can firm up a bit. This recipe is from Commander& 39;s Palace in New Orleans, LA. Read more about the restaurant& 39;s legendary Family Meal here.
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Roasted Buttercup Squash

Ingredients1 Cup buttercup squash, dicedSalt, to tastePepper, to taste1 Tablespoon sage, choppedDirectionsPre heat the oven to 350 degrees F.Season squash with salt, pepper, and sage.Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until squash is fork tender.Nutritional FactsServings4Calories Per Serving22Total Fat0.
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The Most Coveted Wine You've Probably Never Heard Of

You are to be forgiven if the name Henri Jayer doesn& 39;t ring a bell. Wine-lovers know what Mouton and Lafite mean, and are aware enough of Pétrus to have pondered its proper pronunciation (it is & 34;peh-troose& 34;). Even scarcer and more lusted-after are the fabled bottlings of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (DRC for short) from Burgundy, which author Roald Dahl once wrote were capable of producing & 34;an orgasm at once in the mouth and in the nose.
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Washington, DC New Menu Report: Week of 02/16/15

701 RestaurantWashington, D.C. doesn’t often get to host Napa Valley winemakers, but on February 27 at 7 p.m. 701 Restaurant, and their guests, will be joined by Sean McBride, the acclaimed winemaker and owner of Crosby Roamann Winery in Napa Valley. He and his wife, Juliana, started their winery in 2010, and from the outset they were dedicated to producing “honest, handmade wines.
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