You can start this a day ahead to marinate the beets overnight. Grate the rind of the orange before juicing it to make it easy! Adapted from Cooking Light magazine. This recipe actually has it's roots in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia-now there's fusion for ya!
Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Africa! Tabil is said to have been brought to Tunisia in 1492. Tabil(pronounced table) means seasoning in Tunisian. In Africa, tabil is pounded in a mortar and then dried in the sun and is often used in cooking beef or veal.
This dessert was native to England, but popular in English-speaking Africa in the time of British colonialism.Make this the traditional way or see the note below and make it the easy way! Adapted from the Congo Cookbook. Cook time is estimated, I have not made this yet. Or is you make it the easy way, there is no cook time!
This sweet-tart chutney combines summer tomatoes with autumn-flavored cranberries, making it an awesome condiment for late-summer and fall barbecues. Spoon it over burgers and/or grilled chicken. When the weather gets cooler, toss a little chutney with roasted vegetables, such as carrots, onions, or sweet potatoes. Mix it with mayonnaise to make a dip for raw or cooked vegetables. This is also good over omelets or scrambled eggs! Adapted from Cooking Light.
The smell is wonderful, with cinnamon, clove, cardamom and ginger and this holds up well at room temperature, which makes it good for parties and gifts! This can be served with fruit, gingerbread, or shortbread.
This recipe comes from Caroline Yeh, owner of the Temper Chocolates in Boston, Mass.