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Also known as spice pastes, these start as mister or as elaborate as the lemon saffron-butter mixture brushed on shish kebabs by Iranian grill jockeys. Bastes usually contain some sort of fat—olive oil or melted butter, for example—to seal in the juices.
 
Also known as spice pastes, these start as mister or as elaborate as the lemon saffron-butter mixture brushed on shish kebabs by Iranian grill jockeys. Bastes usually contain some sort of fat—olive oil or melted butter, for example—to seal in the juices.
  
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Also known as spice pastes, these start as mister or as elaborate as the lemon saffron-butter mixture brushed on shish kebabs by Iranian grill jockeys. Bastes usually contain some sort of fat—olive oil or melted butter, for example—to seal in the juices.

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