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    An easier version of mango fool! This is called African but also made in the Caribbean and the South!

    Recipe #174323

    Exotic and delicious! This dessert is made in India and Africa! This is good on it's own, but served with fruit, it's great!

    Recipe #174349

    Is your fig tree overburdened? Try this delicious treat! This must stand 12 to 24 hours before canning.

    Recipe #70962

    This came from a little booklet called "Anti-Aging Nutrients" put out by Prevention magazine. Delicious and healthy, who could ask for more?

    Recipe #110652

    Ginger or cinnamon gives this recipe a little twist! From the Houston Chronicle. Figs are used widely in the Middle East and Africa! They are also popular in the USA.

    Recipe #112198

    Be sure to use full fat yogurt in this dish. What a treat! Adapted from Chef Paul Silva.

    Recipe #193542

    This makes a great gift, needs to be refrigerated. Give in a jar with a pretty spoon tied onto it. Serve over oatmeal, yogurt or toast! Adapted from MarthaStewart Living magazine. Catagories: USA, Canada, Africa, Australia

    Recipe #198142

    Adapted from Cook Now Serve Later Cookbook, this is a good tasting bread! You can substitute apricots, raisins, dates, etc. for the figs for variation. I have also halved this recipe and baked 45 minutes in a mini loaf pan. Enjoy!

    Recipe #145011

    Wonderful flavors! Great for a barbeque, picnic, or party! Adapted from Food Network Special, courtesy of Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh. They won the competition and now have their own show!

    Recipe #185976

    A yummy Middle Eastern recipe from Good Deal with Dave Lieberman! A great healthy snack.

    Recipe #186127

    Adapted from the Food Network Kitchens, this is a great chicken burger with exotic Middle Eastern flavors! Try it!

    Recipe #186128

    Wheat berries are surprisingly sweet chewy sources of fiber, protein, B vitamins, folate, zinc, iron, and magnesium, as well as phytochemicals! This is a wholesome salad! Adapted from Prevention magazine(2005)

    Recipe #189022

    I saw these in Southern Living magazine and they looked so cute, not to mention tasty! Figs are popular in Africa, Australia, the Middle East and California!

    Recipe #188935

    These are baked in individual ramekins and eaten from the dish with a spoon. Mmmm good! Adapted from Cooking Light(Jan/2006)

    Recipe #190934

    I got this from Moosewood Cookbook and boy is it good! My husband liked it with lots of hot sauce. Good vegetarian meal! My whole family loved it.

    Recipe #36451

    This is a great pick me up and wonderful for the kids to take to school(without the cayenne). Also good for stocking stuffers! Feel free to add other fruit and/or nuts to your liking. Adapted from Healthy Cooking with Ellie Krieger. African, also Western and Southwestern

    Recipe #197886

    This is best when made several days before eaten. Put on top of salad greens, or on mixed with hot rice. You may use canned chick peas for this. I got this from an old notebook which I had written recipes in a long time ago. I suspect it comes from Moosewood cookbook. Prep time does not include cooking of chickpeas.

    Recipe #196899

    Pomegranates are very popular in the Middle East and used in Syrian, Persian,Indian and Pakistani cuisine. Enjoy this wonderful syrup warm over waffles, pancakes, potato latkes, ice cream, custard or pudding desserts, or cold as a drink flavoring and whenever grenadine is required. Adapted from Pom Pomegranate juice site.

    Recipe #194644

    This mocktail can be made with freshly squeezed juice from a pomegranate or by using Pomegranate Juice. To juice the pomegranate, cut it in half (as you would a grapefruit) and juice using a citrus reamer or a juicer. Pour mixture through a cheesecloth-lined strainer or sieve. One large pomegranate will produce about 1/2 cup of juice. I got this from a pomegranate site.

    Recipe #194202

    This makes a great gift! You may use fresh pomegranates or storebought juice. Adapted from a pomegranate site.

    Recipe #193731

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