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    Upon arriving in Belgium you might think "AHH safety, finally I'm in an allied nation"..WRONG!!! Belgium is CRAWLING with red spies. You're walking down the street thinking...Hmm, maybe I'll grab some mussels and a beer then take in a nice marionette show. Then while you're in the theater BAM...Abe Lincoln style. Anyway...In the Autumn in Belgium after the apple harvest there are always a bunch of apples not fit for eating out of hand...but when you're holed up in a safehouse, you have to stretch everything to make ends meet. Maybe you didn't finish you beer last night, but you can't imagine drinking it...well here's a use for it. I like this with very oniony pork chops. the savory from the caramelized on ions, the saltiness of the pork and the sweetness of the applesauce is absolutely perfect.

    Recipe #334788

    During the cold war I zig-zagged across the iron curtain and found myself one day in Buda- Pest the next day in Prague, the next day in Leipzig. I complied this pan central european beef stew by trying to take the best of each region. Then I Americanized it a bit, but mainly because the Hungarian agent I stole the last bit from threatened me with a fate worse than death should he ever taste his great grandmothers goulash Stateside. I contemplated killing him quietly, but decided to just tweak the recipe. His name was Alton something...anyway...

    Recipe #290342


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