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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

Mexican pulled lamb shoulder recipe

This delicious lamb recipe is similar to pulled pork: smoky, spicy and sweet with sticky BBQ sauce<p>I make a kind of coleslaw out of cabbage, fennel and pomegranate dressed with herbs, lemon and olive oil to go with this.<p>SERVES<p>8<p>INGREDIENTS<p>1 lamb shoulder, off the bone<br>• 250ml/9fl oz dry cider or apple …

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Consider: The Mortar & Pestle

<b>PLUS: The Mortar & Pestle: A Visual Breakdown.</b><p><i>The cumin in the back of your spice cabinet is at least two years old. So is the ground fennel. So is the powdery white pepper you thought you'd use more often. Sitting there in the dark, they lost their luster over a year ago, their volatile oils, the</i> …

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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

APOD: Comet PANSTARRS and the Andromeda Galaxy (2013 Apr 03) Image Credit & Copyright: Pavel Smilyk http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130403.html Explanation: Currently, comet PANSTARRS is passing nearly in front of the galaxy Andromeda. Coincidentally, both comet and galaxy appear now to be just about the same angular size. In physical size, even though Comet PANSTARRS is currently the largest object in the Solar System with a tail spanning about 15 times the diameter of the Sun, it is still about 70 billion times smaller than the Andromeda galaxy (M31). The above image was taken a few days ago near Syktyvkar, Russia. As C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS) on the lower left recedes from the Sun and dims, it is returning to the northerly direction whence it came. When the comet will return is currently unknown, although humans may have merged with computers by then. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130403 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0403