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Best Food in Austin April 2024 recap

Asian
May 14, 2024
Ali Khan Eats the best food in Austin: April 2024. Austin's first Laotian sit down restaurant, a farm to food truck smashed burger, an underground barbecue lamb barbacoa brunch, and South Asian + BBQ mash up add up to Ali Khan's April looking for the best food in Austin
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Smoked Lebanese Lamb Shoulder

Barbecue
September 3, 2021

Smoked Lebanese Lamb Shoulder

Barbecue
September 3, 2021
Food Network + Cooking Channel's Ali Khan makes Smoked Lebanese Lamb courtesy of the American Lamb Board and Chef Matthew Abdoo of Pig Beach NYC. The Silence of the lambs? Judge for yourself!
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Lamb Vindaloo: a staple curry recipe

Indian
August 19, 2021

Lamb Vindaloo: a staple curry recipe

Indian
August 19, 2021
Lamb Vindaloo: a go to recipe Like a lot of you, my first experience with Lamb Vindaloo was at an Indian restaurant. My parents immigrated from Bangladesh and our lamb curries were just called . . . lamb curries. Indian restaurants in the US are notoriously monotonous with their carbon copy menus, lunch buffets and decor. Which is more a reflection of the American appetite for Indian/South Asian food for that “ethnic option”. Well times are changing. Diners are becoming ...
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Recipe: Instant Pot Biriyani

Indian
August 11, 2019

Recipe: Instant Pot Biriyani

Indian
August 11, 2019
The Vitals: recipe: Instant Pot Lamb Dum Biriyani  difficulty: medium – lots of spices/ingredients, a fair amount of prep if you’re not used to making Indian food on the daily health rating: indulgent. If you do this right with fatty lamb, whole milk yogurt and white basmati rice, you hit a cheat meal 4 sho  time: Instant Pot time 6 minutes + natural pressure release. 30 minimum minute marinade time. 1 hour prep.  Much to my chagrin, the wifey scored ...
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Micklethwait Craft Meats ~ Austin

Austin
August 24, 2018

Micklethwait Craft Meats ~ Austin

Austin
August 24, 2018
The Vitals: the spot: Micklethwait Craft Meats 1309 Rosewood Ave Austin TX 78722 the eats: brisket, barbacoa, pulled lamb, spareribs, beet salad, escabeche, jalapeño cheese grits the bucks: $20 a person, $30 if you go big with beef ribs the full nelson: the most underrated barbecue in Austin  If I had a nickel every time someone visiting Austin asked “is Franklin’s worth the wait?” I would take that loot and head straight over to Micklethwait Craft Meats. The answer to the ...
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