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Peruvian Anticuchos: Marinated Beef Heart Kebabs or Stir Fry

Peruvian Anticuchos: Marinated Beef Heart Kebabs or Stir Fry

This is a lovely recipe for beef heart that comes from Peru: anticuchos, or marinated beef heart kebabs. This is one of those recipes that, unless somebody told you, you'd never know was made from organ meats. Why should you be eating organ meats? I'll show you some of the science behind why. 

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Time-saving slow cooker roast

Time-saving slow cooker roast
I love my slow cooker. It saves me SO much time in the kitchen by allowing me to cook in bulk to either eat from for several days in a row or portion and freeze for later. One-pot-meals in the slow cooker sure are great, but sometimes I just don't want to eat the same thing in a row for several days. So, I got the idea to start cooking up my roasts with a bare minimum of additional ingredients, or sometimes, with nothing extra at all, so that the meat can be used in a wide range of different final dishes. Since the meat is minimally seasoned, I can reheat it in any number of recipes, using whatever ingredients I happen to have on hand.

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I expect you, the reader, are making any recipe on this website or in my books at your own risk. I, Amanda Torres and/or The Curious Coconut, am not liable or responsible for adverse reactions to food consumed such as food poisoning and any kind of food-borne disease, misinterpreted recipes, domestic accidents, including but not limited to fires, cuts, bodily injuries, and messes in the kitchen. The recipes presented are intended for use by persons having appropriate technical skill, at their own discretion and risk.
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