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    August '07 Bevvy Swap

    ........ Create a cookbook that contains all your beverage recipes (alcoholic or non-alchoholic) and any recipe that contains some sort of beverage as an ingredient (beer, wine, soda, spirits, fruit juice, etc). as well as any recipe that contains FRUIT AND VEGGIES!
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    Found on the net for the World Tour. Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #137037

    I made this for dinner tonight & well...I should have made a LOT more.

    Recipe #192977

    Found for the World Tour 2005, this looks like something dh would love! A Mexican recipe, it has been called ' "funeral coffee" because it is always served at the velorios - all-night wakes - with large trays of sweet rolls.'

    Recipe #139212

    This is a Chinese dessert that I found to submit for the Zaar World Tour '05... Coconut milk lends a sweet flavor to bananas in this quick and easy recipe. It makes a light dessert for two, or can easily be doubled to serve four people.

    Recipe #134854

    Found for the World Tour 2005, I can't wait to make this - it looks SO simple & yummy! This recipe is easily doubled, tripled, quadrupled...

    Recipe #139213

    A very tasty & refreshing combination.

    Recipe #121965

    A new twist on an old favorite just for RSC#8! The secret is the fresh grated ginger... ;)

    Recipe #161335

    Easy, light & refreshing!

    Recipe #121959

    Fast & easy, this yummy dish is perfect for the World Tour.

    Recipe #137030

    This Mexican masa harina/chocolate drink is primarily served with celebratory meals and tamales, though it is also a comfort food in the morning, served with spicy things or given to kids to drink.

    Recipe #139211

    It looks fancy but it's so easy!! Cooking time does not count the hours of cooling in the oven. It would work best making the meringue either the night before or early in the day then finish just before serving.

    Recipe #123578

    I made this up one evening using za'atar sent to me by Sue L! Very simple & everybody raved.

    Recipe #219789

    A basic greek salad recipe. Notice the lack of lettuce!

    Recipe #170922

    Raitas combine fruits or vegetables with yogurt to provide cooling accompaniments to spicy dishes. In the vegetarian households that traditionally serve raita, it has a double function -- it acts as a refresher and a digestive at the same time.

    Recipe #137164

    I found this for the World Tour & can't wait to make it myself. This is the kind of recipe you can change the veggies around, so go for it!

    Recipe #137136

    This very quick and easy dish also has lots of visual appeal, with the white tofu standing out against a background of dark green Swiss chard. Serve it with rice.

    Recipe #137135

    "Soup is good food" I found this for the World Tour. Serve this with freshly-baked Finnish Rye Bread and some cheese for a nice lunch.

    Recipe #136955

    I found dessert this especially for the World Tour. It looks ridiculously delicious!

    Recipe #137036

    A basic, homey, simple soup. According to food historians, fassolatha (pronounced fah-so-LAH-thah) has been around since ancient Greek times. It is the national dish of Greece, representing the best of the Greek way of cooking: legumes, vegetables, herbs, and olive oil. Serving suggestions: Serve Fassolatha with a side of feta cheese sprinkled with pepper and oregano and doused in olive oil, crusty bread, black olives, and salty dishes like anchovies, smoked herring, or others of your choice.

    Recipe #170923

    A simple, fairly quick recipe to enjoy as the nights grow cooler. And as NA*ME Tag gets busier! ;)

    Recipe #186145

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