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    From Light & Tasty's August/September 2002 issue, spicy meat is sweetened up with mango sweetness.

    Recipe #168712

    I first enjoyed this recipe at my mother-in-law's home in Cologne, Germany. Germany has a very large population of Italians and so it is very common to eat Italian-inspired dished there. This one combines pork tenderloin with tomato sauce, fresh tomato slices and melted mozarella cheese. A true knockout. I think this recipe originally came from a German woman's magazine. Though this recipes sounds very complicated, it is quite easy and fun to make. It is also a definite crowd-pleaser.

    Recipe #305386

    Courtesy of Rachael Ray, this recipe from Foodnetwork.com uses classic Thai flavors. Here for safe keeping/nutritional assessment.

    Recipe #174340

    This is a simple, refreshing summer dessert. Find orange blossom water at well-stocked grocery stores, ethnic stores or online. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #483816

    An American version of a tradional Papua New Guinean technique of wrapping parcels of food in banana leaves. Serve with beer or a crisp, white wine.

    Recipe #458117

    This is a hot peppery one but nothing you should need to call the fire dept. about. Note: if using wooden skewers make sure to soak them in water for at least 30 minutes prior to using. If you skewer often you may want to invest in some reusable stainless steel ones.

    Recipe #484339


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