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    Veggies: Cute Cukes

    [Cover photo by LEEZAH 4.] Cucumber recipes. (Recipes for stuffed cucumbers, as well as stuffed pickles, appear in my cookbook Stuff It! , which is sorted by type of vegetable.)
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    This is a standard breakfast in Palestinian households. I'm just writing up what I ate for breakfast nearly every day while I was living in Jordan with my Palestinian in-laws. This is traditionally eaten on the ground, laid out on a tablecloth, with the people grouped around. All of the ingredients are optional (except for the olive oil and tea of course!). Palestinians normally just round up whatever they've got in the house at the moment -- this is the complete version! I've listed white cheese here, this is the standard cheese for Palestinians. I only know it by this name, if anybody knows another, more specific name, could you please tell me?

    Recipe #90316

    This is the standard Palestinian salad -- they eat it with just about anything but especially to accompany and give colour to rice dishes -- it might take a little getting used to, but you'll get used to it!

    Recipe #90140

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Similar to a sandwich I used to get at a delightful little cafe in Dayton, Ohio called the Euro Bistro. Very light and great for warm weather and summertime eating! :)

    Recipe #29069

    Don't be put off by the steps involved in making these pickles. It is not really hard at all, just takes a few minutes of planning time to work out the cooking when it is best for your schedule. The end results are well worth the effort. People do not believe that these are cucumber pickles. Most people think they are cinnamon apple rings.

    Recipe #80243

    3 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a recipe by Beth Elon, who has a column every other week in our local paper. In our house it's just not Friday night dinner unless there's soup, but with the weather being so hot lately, I haven't been able to even bear the thought of sitting down to a hot steaming bowl of chicken soup, let alone cooking it on Friday. I tried this out the other night and it was so refreshing, I think we'll have this more often than just Friday nights during the summer! Prep time includes chilling (who wants lukewarm cuke soup?).

    Recipe #35586

    Recipe #97227

    This is the best way to use up garden cucumbers. Cook time is the chill time.

    Recipe #116236

    Delicious vegetables with a creamy dill dressing. Prep time does not include marination time, so allow for that.

    Recipe #33614

    37 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a sweet cucumber pickle. These pickles stay crisp for up to a year in the freezer. They are so easy to make and very good. I have just defrosted a bag (pictured here) after 8 months in the freezer and they are still as crisp as the day I made them.

    Recipe #9458

    1 Reviews |  By Mrs B

    This recipe comes from “The Ballykissangel Cookbook”. Ballykissangel is the fictional Irish village in the popular BBC TV drama series of the same name, that was on air a few years ago. I’m not a big soup fan, but this one sounds really interesting, especially as it can be served hot or cold. The original recipe calls for chicken stock, but then that wouldn’t be very vegetarian (!), so I’ll leave it to you what sort of stock you use. Hot and cold serving suggestions are at the end of the cooking instructions, but either way I think this would be a good alternative to gazpacho. You’ll need to add extra time for chilling if serving this cold.

    Recipe #153101

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    So simple, so delicious, and so legal for Somersizers!

    Recipe #64029

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Cooling quick and easy. The avocado gives it a creamy feel without the fat or dairy. Nice for a Bridal brunch.

    Recipe #82124

    A new variation on a traditional cucumber tea sandwich!

    Recipe #175737

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    The sesame oil in this salad gives it an interesting flavor. You might not ever think to combine cucumbers, oranges, and peanuts, but so far it's been a hit with the kids

    Recipe #57045

    This is a very cooling sauce to go with spicy curries and other hot and piquant dishes. Try spooning it over your rice or dipping pieces of chapatis into it. Very good!

    Recipe #47590

    2 Reviews |  By Derf

    A good side for any BBQ'd meats. Quick and easy.

    Recipe #29517

    Courtesy of Wolfgang Puck

    Recipe #125146

    A nice low fat salad that is quick and easy to put together.

    Recipe #29555

    11 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    This is fresh and crunchy. Almost all the ingredients come straight from the garden. A great use for those surplus cucumbers and tomatoes-you can only make so many pickles, right?! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #110813

    As promised on the Scandinavian forum I am going to post some recipes I have in old Swedish cookbooks. This comes from "Husmoderns Nya Kokbok" (The Housewife's New Cookbook) and was published in 1947. The measurements are sometimes hard to translate and they hardly ever give the cookingtime. All of that is estimated. It's also written in old-fashioned Swedish. Fun to browse through!

    Recipe #117612

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