JIM LUCIO

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The Jan. 5, 1950 edition of the Baltimore News-Post gave a good amount of space  to announce that Mrs. Mary Pastore was awarded $25 for her ‘Stuffed Lasagni’ recipe which she says to add 1/4 lb of lard to the boiling water before you put in the ‘lasagni’.   Also of note, on the same page, a headline tells us, “Variety Added To Lima Beans With Little Effort”.

AUTHORITIES: New Mexico Cooking Queen.

AUTHORITIES: Famous Cooking Authority, Dione Lucas!

Burmese Pork Stew. I’ve made this amazing dish a couple of times and it is outrageously delicious. The recipe appeared in the August 2011 issue of Bon Appetit and you can find it HERE.  It’s a process, but well worth the time it takes. I used less sugar (it’s necessary) and more garlic, otherwise followed the recipe as it was written.

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