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Talk Business, make deal, but how frustrating it sounds when you have to serve your business partners at your home.

Awfully frustrating!

Last night a friend of mine called to ask me for advice and opinion about what to prepare for her husband’s business lunch that he and his partners are going to have at their house.

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We discussed about many ideas and combinations, and at the end we came to a conclusion that the first idea I’ve suggested – spare ribs combined with the best flavor you’ve ever tried – is the best choice actually.

Ingredients you need to prepare spare ribs:

Around 1 kg spare ribs

1 teaspoon dried rosemary

5 cloves of garlic

2 bulbs of onion

one finely cut chili pepper

1 lemon zest

1 teaspoon dried oregano

Some curry

Salt

Black pepper

Olive oil

5 medium sized carrots

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Preparation:

First, put altogether finely cut onion, garlic and chili pepper, add the lemon zest, and finally add the other ingredients except for the carrots.

Mix the entire mixture well, and the spare ribs into it.

Rub meat well, so that it absorbs all the flavors that come out of the spices.

Put aside meat into the marinade for at least an hour.

Chop carrots into small rounds, and then put them into the roasting tray.

Carrots will serve as a base to the spare ribs in this case.

Then, preheat the oven at 250 C and roast meat, so that you decrease the roasting temperature at 180 C nearly after you’ve put it into the oven.

Finally, roast meat for approximately an hour, and then increase the temperature at 200 C, so that entire roasting lasts for additional 30-40 minutes.

Perfectly prepared, juicy spare ribs – believe me!

” Talk business, make deal, but no matter how frustrating it sounds, an advice from a true friend will always find a clue and solve the problem”.

(Those were the words that my friend said, by the way.)

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Bon Appѐtit!

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2 thoughts on “Talk Business, Make Deal – But Tell Me What Would You Serve On The Table?

  1. I cannot figure out the oven roasting information. you start at 250, and turn the oven off immediately or what? then it says to turn it up to 200…

    1. Preheat the oven at 250 C, than decrease the roasting temperature at 180 C nearly after you’ve put it into the oven.
      Roast meat for an hour, then increase the temperature at 200 C,
      so that entire roasting lasts for additional 30-40 minutes.

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