International Chicken Wing Week on August, 2018: Really Tasty international food dishes?

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Really Tasty international food dishes?

Nothing beats a good Indian Tandoori dish:

Tandoori Chicken Wings

Yield: 10 appetizer portions

Ingredients:

5 lbs of chicken wings, about 28-30 pieces (skinless)

lemon wedges for garnish

oil (vegetable or canola)

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For the Tandoori Marinade:

5-6 garlic cloves, finely minced

1 piece of ginger, peeled and finely minced (about 1½ inches in length)

3 cups of plain yogurt

2 small green chilies, finely minced

Juice of 1 lemon

3 tbsp tandoori paste OR 4 tbsp tandoori masala powder (given below)

salt and pepper to taste

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Tandoori Masala (Powder)

2 tbsp garam masala

2 tbsp ground cumin

1 tbsp ground coriander

4 tsp paprika

2 tsp ground dried fenugreek leaves (methi powder)

1 tsp turmeric

½ tsp red chili powder

Method:

Combine all of the ingredients above and store in an airtight container for 4-6 weeks.

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To make the Tandoori Chicken Wings:

Whisk together the marinade ingredients until smooth and add the chicken wings. Mix well to coat the chicken wings evenly, a plastic zip bag works well (and no messy clean up) and refrigerate. I highly recommend marinating the chicken overnight, the longer the better. I have marinated my tandoori chicken for up to 2 days and it is crazy delicious! But if time is an issue, than at least 5-6 hours of marinating will work in a pinch.

Remove the chicken wings and remove any excess marinade before cooking, discard the marinade. This recipe works best on a grill but can also be done in the oven. If you are grilling the chicken on a grill or barbeque, grill on medium high until fully cooked. The chicken should be browned on the outside but deliciously tender on the inside.

If you are using an oven, preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. On a foil lined baking sheet (sprayed lightly with cooking spray), place your chicken wings in a single even layer and drizzle very lightly with oil. Bake for 10-12 minutes, turn the wings over and cook for another 10 minutes. Check to make sure the chicken is fully cooked through; it should be evenly browned on the outside but juicy and tender on the inside. Squeeze fresh lemon juice on top and garnish with extra lemon wedges. This can be served with a cool and refreshing yogurt dip (yogurt with either finely chopped fresh cilantro leaves or finely chopped fresh mint leaves).

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my 2 week old son doesnt seem to like my milk?

my 2 week old son doesnt seem to like my milk?

It sounds like you might have overactive letdown - when the milk sprays so forcefully that he pulls away, gags, gulps, or chokes. It can also give him excess gas from gulping, which can make him even crankier. I had this with both my boys, and there's a few things you can do to help control it.

First, you can try offering the same breast more than once in a row. This will increase the amount of hindmilk that he gets. Many times, when a mom has overactive letdown, the baby gets an abundance of foremilk, the thinner, skim-like milk that comes out at the beginning of the nursing session. This can make the baby even gassier and fussier, so it's important to make sure they get plenty hindmilk, which comes toward the end of the nursing session. Feeding them more than once on the same side, or feeding them only on one side for a certain block of time (called block feeding) can help them get plenty of good hindmilk.

Secondly, you can try pumping or hand expressing some of the foremilk at first, until the heavy spraying stops. You can use a pump for a couple minutes, or you can hand express the milk into a towel until it stops spraying really hard, and then latch the baby on.

You'll want to keep these things up for a good week or two to see if you notice any changes. If you don't, you might consider eliminating dairy from your diet to see if that helps. Many babies have dairy sensitivities as infants, and most outgrow them by 1 year. You can also talk to an international board certified lactation consultant (IBCLC) at your local hospital to see if they can help you. Good luck!

Edit: Also, to address the sleepy baby issue - this is pretty common in babies that young. There's also a few things you can do to wake the baby and get them nursing again.

Breast compressions are a great way to do this. You place your hand in a C-shape near the back of your breast, and gently squeeze it toward the nipple. This will stimulate the milk to come out a little, and that extra flow will help wake the baby and get him nursing again. This is also good for extra hindmilk production.

You can also try tickling his feet, stripping him down to a diaper and taking off your top so you're skin to skin, and placing a cool washcloth on his back (as long as it's not too cold in your house). Also, try taking his arm and moving it up and down like a chicken wing. The movement will usually rouse him and get him nursing again. When I was nursing my first, one of the nurses suggested tapping the breast lightly near the nipple, but you'll want to be careful not to disrupt his latch. Good luck!

Vegetarian competitive swimmer?

Vegetarian competitive swimmer?

Amanda Beard who is a famous breast-stroker is vegetarian and GORGEOUS

I'm a vegetarian and it works fine and i swim 2 hours a day, 6 days a week

i just eat lots of peanut butter and sandwiches, eat carbs that help fill you up and that will help your swimming a lot, and yogurt, yougurt makes you faster apparently

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