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It doesn't matter if you are vegan or a meat eater, smothering jackfruit in BBQ sauce and putting it between two buns is probably one of the greatest creations on Earth. I may be exaggerating a bit but after just eating one for dinner I can tell you it hit the spot
For several years now, we in the Fox household have used this method for cooking corn on the cob. Keeping the cob’s inner husks intact, and wrapped in aluminium foil, holds the moisture in and keeps the cobs from burning. It also enhances all the sweet flavour.
Adapted from http://www.howsweeteats.com/2012/03/bbq-cheddar-chickpea-burgers/ and Peas and Thank You cookbook
BBQ Chicken Chopped Salad is smokey-sweet, crunchy and filling. The perfect summer salad!
Tempeh smothered in sticky caramelized BBQ sauce all tucked into a nicely toasted bun along with pickles, onion, sauerkraut and arugula. A hearty and delicious way to eat tempeh!
Infused with fresh organic rosemary and thyme this simple soup is perfect for a cold night.
Beef Stew is a classic, cozy, cold-weather dish. Simmered low and slow, it's the perfect weekend meal.
Please see original blog post (blog post, http://thefitfork.com/fast-beef-tenderloin-tomato-pizza-ancho-crema/) for full recipe.
Sneak a little healthy pumpkin onto your tostadas, it's surprisingly delish and packs in the nutrients. You can use lean ground beef or whatever leftover meat you have in the fridge.
Heart has a stronger flavor than regular muscle meat, but it is also a muscle, and despite all the excercise it can be tender and juicy. The best way to eliminate the strong blood flavor is to marinate the heart meat with a 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar. Leave in the marinate for 24 hours and it will...