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The Tsaatan (reindeer people) of northern Mongolia are a nomadic tribe who depend on reindeer for nearly all aspects of their survival.  Inhabiting the remotest subarctic taiga, where winter temperatures can drop to minus 50°C, the Tsaatan are Mongolia’s last surviving reindeer herders image001.png

The Tsaatan (reindeer people) of northern Mongolia are a nomadic tribe who depend on reindeer for nearly all aspects of their survival. Inhabiting the remotest subarctic taiga, where winter temperatures can drop to minus 50°C, the Tsaatan are Mongolia’s last surviving reindeer herders image001.png

Mongolian Beef from the crock pot/slow cooker. Unbelievably delicious with a wonderful combination of various asian-inspired flavors

Mongolian Beef from the crock pot/slow cooker. Unbelievably delicious with a wonderful combination of various asian-inspired flavors

A recipe for Serbian Goulash-Paprikash made with onions, olive oil, lamb, bay leaves, tomato paste, water, paprika, red chile

A recipe for Serbian Goulash-Paprikash made with onions, olive oil, lamb, bay leaves, tomato paste, water, paprika, red chile

Redolent of oregano and mint, these meatballs are served in northern Greece as a meze with fried potatoes or steamed rice.

Redolent of oregano and mint, these meatballs are served in northern Greece as a meze with fried potatoes or steamed rice.

Traditional Dalmatian (Croatian) pašticada is slow-cooked beef prepared in a rich red sweet and sour sauce, usually served with gnocchi or homemade pasta. #196flavors

Traditional Dalmatian (Croatian) pašticada is slow-cooked beef prepared in a rich red sweet and sour sauce, usually served with gnocchi or homemade pasta. #196flavors

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