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Add 1 large spoonful of the beef-and-bean mix, enough to lightly coat bottom of skillet, and then press in 1 tortilla.
Ladle the lentils into bowls, then garnish each with a sprinkle of Parmesan, a handful of shredded carot, and a heaping spoonful of salsa.
In fashion, where hysteria is the dominant mode of expression and praise is often ladled out in heaps rather than spoonfuls, coronations can be instantaneous, new gods and icons minted every season.
When the meat is cooked, remove the meat from the pan, chop it up if need be, and pour off all but a spoonful or so of oil.
Shave some radishes, carrots, or cucumbers, then toss the slices with a pinch of sugar, a pinch of salt, and a few spoonfuls of rice vinegar.
But this week there was no spoonful of sugar to make the medicine go down.
Roadside chefs take fried rice, a staple of sorts in these parts, and add in whatever’s on hand—sausage, meatballs, chicken gizzards, or corned beef, along with a formidable spoonful of sambal (chili sauce).
Reduce speed to low and beat in flour, one large spoonful at a time, just until combined.
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