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Less than 24 hours after winning season six of "The Next Food Network Star," host Aarti Sequeira was hard at work producing the first episode of her new show, "Aarti Party." Her aim is to teach home cooks to update everyday American dishes with the flavors of India. Aarti creates tempting meals by combining the familiar with the exotic and making the dishes easy for anyone to prepare.

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Arayes, chewda and fish tacos for a beer tasting party.
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Lebanese lentils; rice and onions; eggplant salad; orange and grapefruit salad.
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Spinach artichoke dip; lasagna cupcakes; blackberry ginger clafouti.
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Roasted lamb and sweet apricot; Indian flatbread; green apple and ginger chutney.
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Ribs with a homemade spice rub and glaze; root beer baked beans; watermelon feta and mint salad.
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Ground beef simmered with peas and tomatoes; sauteed summer squash in butter with hazelnuts and honey.
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Caprese salad with mango dressing; meatball curry.
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Old fashioned burgers; ketchup chutney.
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Pan roasted swordfish steaks in a mole inspired ancho chile sauce; zucchini ribbon salad.
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Fresh cheese; saag Paneer; spicy Paneer fingers with dates and almonds.
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Eggplants rolls with ricotta, walnuts and mint; tabbouleh; grilled calamari; nectarine salad.
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Pomegranate, Sriracha and mint chicken wings with pomegranate glaze; beef kebabs; parsnip hummus.
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Banh mi wraps with pork loin; newspaper nuts with Indian spices.
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Fried green tomatillos; cucumber lychee gazpacho; coconut lime granita.
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Spicy sticky lamb chops; creamy pea puree; coriander potatoes.
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Lightly charred chicken in tomato curry; cauliflower and potatoes in cumin and coriander.
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Thai roasted green fish; tomato, scallion, and peanut pulao; roasted cauliflower.
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Pea- lafel sandwiches; middle eastern fire roasted eggplant dip.
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Sweet corn and chicken soup; Aarti's hoisin ham `n' cheese sandwich.
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Bacon jalapeno apple pop em's; `giddy up' steak with onion date compote; spice parsnip chips.
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Beef vindaloo; Indian whole wheat griddle bread; cucumber and golden raisin raita.

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