No tagine needed for this "stew with attitude": a regular saucepan will do.
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Chuck Hughes encrusts prime rib in pepper and roasts it in a salt casing.
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Just when you thought you knew barbeque, Rachael gives it an Italian spin.
Aida provides a generous variety of toppings for her mini-cheeseburgers.
Chuck shares his opinion on which cut of meat makes the best beef stew.