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Short Rib Tagine

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on March 22, 2011

masapan Purim Platico Shortrib Tagine 050

The other day while on the subject of short ribs, short rib tagine sounded very tasty so here is what I made.  Oh, before you look at the recipe, the trick to making short ribs a bit healthier, as well as buying well trimmed short ribs, make the dish in the morning, [click to continue…]

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