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Jammin Java Jivers Zingo

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Chilli heat tempered with coconut milk is the essence of Caribbean cooking. This dish is lovely with a simple avocado and tomato salad, drizzled with vinaigrette. This could also be made with ordinary burgers, or tofu cubes. Posted for ZWT5, taken from Linda McCartneys "World Of Vegetarian Cooking".

Recipe #373712

Recipe from the West Indies, lovely different way to eat fish.

Recipe #232976

Wonderful little savory pastries. I learned this recipe in a cooking class and place it here for safe keeping.

Recipe #250974

I know this sounds like an odd mix but it is really good either on its own as an appetiser or with chargrilled veggies hot from the grill. Recipe comes from the south of France via Paul Gayler. Please buy the best jam you can afford.

Recipe #190540

1 Reviews |  By ellie_

This is only 4 points/serving. Posted for Zaar World Tour 5--Spain. Recipe source: Weightwatchers.com

Recipe #370194

7 Reviews |  By Babzy

These grilled steaks sound delicious! Taken from the June 2009 issue of Chatelaine magazine.

Recipe #370970

You can also make this without the rum. From a cookbook called Mexican - Healthy Ways with a favorite Cuisine. Enjoy!

Recipe #369326

Broiling the tenderloin makes the most tender, juicy meat; and you'll love the subtle orange-ginger flavor. If you want more flavor, you can increase the amounts of orange juice and ginger. I served this with a green salad, corn on the cob, and applesauce. This makes a great sandwich the next day with some honey-mustard dressing spread on it. Tip: My parents made this on the grill and it was outstanding!!!

Recipe #238438

A recipe from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies. You'll get the best results with freshly picked tomatoes.

Recipe #373005

I created this recipe to give myself a taste of summer in the middle of winter. This flavorful broth can be used for soups, risotto or pasta (or whatever you can dream up!)

Recipe #355212


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