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Crying tiger

Crying tiger

Crying Tiger recipe.  So simple but so tasty!

Crying Tiger recipe. So simple but so tasty!

steak tartare Ingrédients pour deux : 200g de steak haché au couteau – ½ avocat – 2càs de graine de grenade – 1 petit piment oiseau - de l'huile d'olive – de la sauce soja – de la Worcestershire sauce – de la coriandre fraîche – sel et poivre - citron vert pour l'avocat 'Tartare sauvage en attendant un atelier Fiskars qui promait d'être très tartare et carpaccio !'

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steak tartare Ingrédients pour deux : 200g de steak haché au couteau – ½ avocat – 2càs de graine de grenade – 1 petit piment oiseau - de l'huile d'olive – de la sauce soja – de la Worcestershire sauce – de la coriandre fraîche – sel et poivre - citron vert pour l'avocat 'Tartare sauvage en attendant un atelier Fiskars qui promait d'être très tartare et carpaccio !'

Momofuku Pork Buns - Anything Momofuku is good, but its hard for them to top their famous pork buns.

Momofuku Pork Buns - Anything Momofuku is good, but its hard for them to top their famous pork buns.

Salade de riz croustillant laotien

Salade de riz croustillant laotien

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork - moist, scrumptious, and best of all, all real food! | NourishingJoy.com

Real Food Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork - moist, scrumptious, and best of all, all real food! | NourishingJoy.com

Raviolis vietnamiens au porc et aux champignons noirs (Bánh cuốn) - La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Raviolis vietnamiens au porc et aux champignons noirs (Bánh cuốn) - La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Here we are again, a classic Thai dish with a name of dubious origin and meaning. Just a few weeks ago, we dealt with Son-in-Law Eggs. Now this. Is it Tiger's Tear? Tiger Cry? Crying Tiger? Weeping Tiger? Why Tiger? Why cry? We'll let the animal mourn in its own way while we enjoy this classic grilled beef dish.

Crying Tiger (Thai-Style Grilled Steak With Dry Chili Dipping Sauce)

Here we are again, a classic Thai dish with a name of dubious origin and meaning. Just a few weeks ago, we dealt with Son-in-Law Eggs. Now this. Is it Tiger's Tear? Tiger Cry? Crying Tiger? Weeping Tiger? Why Tiger? Why cry? We'll let the animal mourn in its own way while we enjoy this classic grilled beef dish.

Khao Poun (soupe Laotienne au lait de coco)- Lao soup with coconut milk

Khao Poun (soupe Laotienne au lait de coco)- Lao soup with coconut milk

Crying Tiger #thai #dairyfree | via seriouseats.com

Crying Tiger (Thai-Style Grilled Steak With Dry Chili Dipping Sauce)

Crying Tiger #thai #dairyfree | via seriouseats.com

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