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Pico de Gallo

Pico de Gallo No one knows for sure how it came to be called Pico de Gallo. Pico de Gallo literally translates to “beak of the rooster” in Spanish. There are many speculations about the origin – people who presumably didn’t have tortilla chips so they used their thumb and fingers like a rooster’s beak …

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How to Clarify Butter

How to Clarify Butter When butter is clarified, the milk solids and most of the water is removed, leaving just the butterfat. Butterfat has a much higher smoke point that makes it perfect for high temperature sautéing and grilling. I use clarified butter in this Chicken Wing Recipe for just that reason. Clarifying butter is …

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