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Steve Raichlen visited 53 countries (6 or 7 continents - if you include the occasional barbcue obsessed scientist stationed in Antartica) on a quest to get to the heart of the most universal cooking method grilling over an open flame. Most countries have evolved their unique grills, rubs, marinades, grilling techniques, and styles of barbecue & that way, the country grills say a lot about its culture. True, a lot of great grilling takes place on Third World street corners, but you can also find some pretty amazing barbecue at luxury resorts. This comes from the hotel Amandari in Indonesia, which is built right into a rice paddy near the artist town of Ubud in Bali Dinner began with a Balinese welcome dance performed by local children They dined at a table for two strewn with rose petals in an open pavilion facing a lily pond. There was a team of chefs that cooked for them alone, on portable grills over charcoal (the best way for excellent flavor!) The succesion of dishes revealed Balinese cooking in all its polymorphic glory. A profoundly complex cuisine only hinted at in the food at your typical street-corner stall, Bon Appetit Magazine, July 2009 edition. The shrimp is grilled with an aromatic paste of lemongrass, ginger, turmeric, chile peppers & paprika. There is a 15-30 minute marinating time not included.:)
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Serving Size: 1 (336 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
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