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    Citrus Delights!

    I put this together for the citrus game in the beverage forum. All these recipes have some form of citrus in them!
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    Also called Dulce de Papaya, this is a traditional Cape Verdean recipe for a classic dessert of papaya candied in spiced syrup. The Cape Verde islands consist of two small (volcanic in origin) archipelagos, about 400 miles off the western coast of Africa. These once uninhabited islands were first discovered by the ancient Phoenicians, then later colonized by the Portuguese.

    Recipe #501255

    Although the dish tastes great with the addition of dry white wine as the original recipe calls for, you can use marsala cooking wine instead but add a little more lemon juice to compensate for the sweetness of marsala and the mushrooms tastes great, too! Adapted from “Casual Cooking” by Michael Chiarello and found posted in Azerbaijan cooking site. I'm liking Azerbaijan more all the time.

    Recipe #501202

    Making recipes from around the world, vegetarian style. Here is a lovely salad with a nice, citrusy dressing. A wonderful salad to eat on a warm Bahama day. Nobody will miss the chicken! From Carribbean recipes.

    Recipe #500928

    Refreshing, tastes good and healthy too! Found on Pinterest by Dr. Oz.

    Recipe #500684

    In Bangladesh, this is eaten as dessert, but can also be used as a filling or topping on a cake. You can multiply this recipe to amount needed.

    Recipe #500682

    Honey(raw organic is best) is one of nature’s miracles. It is a delicious ingredient in many foods, has antibacterial properties, works as a humectant (keeps things moist), soothes a cough or sore throat, and makes your tea about 1,000 better-and that’s just scratching the surface really. Whether you’re using it as a sweetener, or trying to kick a cough, it’s just plain useful. Here are 5 flavors (and a general method) to infuse your honey and make it that much more wonderful. From everydayroots.

    Recipe #500263

    These powdered sugar-dusted lime and lemon bars are begging to be brought to your next spring potluck. Their irresistible citrus flavor and cute lemon and lime peel garnish means they're sure to be the hit of the buffet table. From Better Homes & Gardens.

    Recipe #500231

    Papayas are everywhere in Samoa. Here is a great way to use them.

    Recipe #500088

    This recipe will easily double for a big group or potluck. If you can, use lacinato kale, it's not as tough as curly kale and lends itself well to raw salads like this one.The dressing is lovely with orange juice, mustard, and balsamic vinegar!

    Recipe #499998

    I've made clover tea and I've made lemonade, but had never put them together. Well, here ya go. Red clover grows wild in fields and meadows in Asia, Europe and North America and is part of the legume family. Just be careful where you pick, like near highways, where it may get sprayed with pesticides. Red clover is one of the best blood cleansers, increases good cholesterol, and is used to treat osteoporosis. From what you give away you keep.

    Recipe #499985

    I wish I'd had this when I was younger growing up in Miami. Vegan and full of flavor. It's all about the flavor! If you don't have spicy hummus, just add a little chipotle in adobe sauce or some sriracha sauce to regular hummus(and maybe a splash of lemon or lime juice to thin it out). For a change try mixing the mayo with a little Thai sweet chili sauce.

    Recipe #498758

    Healthy and so yummy! Love the dressing. This was one of the favorite recipes for 2012 on the Diva Dish blog.

    Recipe #498733

    Lots of nutrition and yummy too. The weather is warming up here in North Carolina and smoothies are a must in warm weather!

    Recipe #498598

    I had some kale salad from my local Ingles grocery store the other day and wanted to make something similar at home. This is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy it. The key is to chop up the kale real small. Feel free to put what you want in the salad. The dressing is used in Lebanon to use over fish, felafels, rice, etc.

    Recipe #498581

    Want to supercharge your day? Drink up this fully raw gatorade! It’s filled with energy, electrolytes, vitamin C,A, and E. Healthy and good for you too. Found this on Pinterest.

    Recipe #498488

    These vegan fish patties are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and tasty. Only 4 grams of fat per patty! Eat them on a bun with creamy tartar sauce.One reviewer said" Instead of the egg replacer, I used ground flax seed. I ground up a tablespoon of flaxseed right before it was time to add it. Then I immediately added 2-3 tablespoons of hot boiled water. I stirred until it was a egg like consistancy them added it the my faux fish mixture. It held together very well." Or use Bob's Red Mill Egg Replacer following directions on the back of the package. Enjoy!

    Recipe #498232

    Try sprouting chickpeas, then making hummus! Lots more nutrition and it tastes good too! Instructions for sprouting are included. Prep time does not include the sprouting. So plan to sprout 2-4 days before making recipe. Recipe for hummus from Meghan Pearson,Culinary Nutrition Expert and posted on Huffpost Living, Canada.

    Recipe #496813

    Here's a fun breakfast you can make. Pancakes, poured into muffin cups, baked and filled with strawberry sauce or your favorite topping. Adapted from Real Mom Kitchen. Other toppings may include your favorite jam, cream cheese and honey, nutella, maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, etc.

    Recipe #496780

    Just saw this on the Chew. Looks great, haven't tried it yet, posted for safekeeping.

    Recipe #496293

    A sweet and savory dish, and a divine combination of flavors! From Mario Batali in the cookbook, The Chew. Enjoy!

    Recipe #493948

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