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    meat is finished, shred the meat using two forks, and reserve some of the broth for an additional step. On day two, simmer the cooked meat on the stove while prepping the remaining recipe items. Next, soak the corn husks for at least thirty minutes in hot water. It is ideal to purchase precut corn husks also from a local grocery store. The corn husks are significant because it holds the tamales together while allowing the steam to penetrate. While the meat is simmering and the corn husks are soaking, the next step is to make the “masa”. “Masa” is another name used for Maseca corn flour. Likewise, this can be found at a local grocery store. To make the “masa” the ingredients as follows: four pound bag of Maseca corn flour, garlic powder, salt, chili powder, lard, and the reserved broth. Add the ingredients in the following order to accomplish the correct dough consistency. First, pour in corn flour and add a pinch of the dry ingredients. Mix the “masa” with clean hands to evenly distribute the seasonings. Next, add a handful of lard to the mixture and evenly fuse with hands or use a mixer. Lard or any other type of fat is necessary due to aiding softer…

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    Masa Vukotic Case Study

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    Criminal Case- Murder of Masa Vukotic 1. Summary of Criminal Case- On the 17th of March 2015, Masa Vukotic was stabbed 49 times by Sean Price, who was aiming for her "lethal regions". Masa Vukotic was a 17-year-old girl whose life was taken in a violent and frenzied stabbing attack by a stranger as she walked through a Melbourne park. Price had a history of mental illness and violent sexual offending, and had been out on bail when he attacked the teenager. The accused confronted the deceased on…

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    Research Paper On Tamales

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    pork should taste like the red chilies with a little hint of sweetness. While one girl is working on the pork another prepares the masa which is corn based dough. The dried mixture for the masa is store bough and only needs water added. Slightly warm water is added a little at a time and massages into the masa with the hands. The masa gulps up the warm water and asks for more. Once the masa has quenched its thirst, stops gulping water and starts feeling moist and looks like cement ready to be…

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    I add two teaspoons of baking powder and kosher salt to the lard and mix it until it reaches the point in which it is light and creamy. You then added the masa to the lard For making tamales, it is better to buy the masa that is specifically label for tamales. You then will add more liquid to your masa. To add flavor, I like to add the chicken stock and not water, I will added until the dough can be easier to handle while adding it onto the husk. Gather the masa, corn-husk wrappers, and your…

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    Tamales made small or big, with green salsa or red, pork or chicken, each one of them were even better than the last. At a young age, I was rapidly taught to help make them. First was to make the masa or the dough by mixing chicken broth and the flour together. Then my mother would hand me a spoon and instructed me to spread the masa onto a corn husk. She’d say to make sure I spread it evenly and to not add too much or too little. My mother an expert at making them made it seem so easy to…

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    What is my cultural identity? Cultural identity to me is something that you were inherited to do something or enjoy and believe specific things in your life. Things like sports or traditional foods or anything you were raised to like or do is what cultural identity means to me.These are a few things that revolve around my culture and I enjoy them very much. My soccer ball is a representation of my cultural heritage.My soccer ball is round and colorful as well,the…

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    Assembly Line Metaphors

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    line is not a line at all but a criss-cross of paths across a kitchen island in a house within an Arizona subdivision. Next, imagine that even the paths can change over time (depending upon which uncle is taking a break, which cousin is taking over, etc.) such that the assembly line metaphor itself dissolves and ceases to be useful at all. Now, in that context, the first person flattens the rinsed corn husks (ribbiest side down) onto a square of waxed paper and applies a relatively thin layer…

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    Mingo Alternate Ending

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    the long dark claw marks left by the bear. “It was going to kill me, but Jared shot it.” “It seems I’m indebted to Jared Anderson after all,” Mingo thought regrettably. For he’d planned on killing Jared the first chance he got. Chapter 34 MAY-BELL, TAPPED lightly on Jared’s door and waited a minute or two before saying, “Masa Jared, sir, Mistress Lorelei is awake. She’s asking for you.” May-bell could hear Jared moving around in the room and before long his door opened. He was a bit…

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    Starting with the Margarita, Agua de Ajamica and Pecante de la Casa - we will guide you through a definitive list of the Mexican alcoholic cocktails and we will teach you to mix each and single one of those with a mastery native to a long-time bartender! Our bartender, Jonathan Whiskers knows what he's talking about, as he's been working the magic at our restaurant's bar desk for the last 10 years! So, let's start our acquaintance with Mexico's ultimate drinks with: #1: Book club sangria…

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    Before all else, when discussing an item’s value as revealed by the measures taken to preserve such an item, a description of the methods of preservation seems necessary. The first part of this discussion belongs to Mark Watney, the apparently dead man left with only his mind and the supplies of an abandoned space expedition to endure the unfavorable living conditions on Mars. Both Watney and his peers went to great lengths to bring the isolated astronaut back to Earth. For watney, the majority…

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