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    PanNan's World Tour Eastern Europe

    This cookbook containes recipes from Eastern Europe - Polish, Czech, Ukrainian, Russian, etc. It was created especially for the World Tour event.

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    This recipe was printed in Saveur magazine, and is different from others posted here. It has a crispy exterior and a luscious core of well-seasoned dill butter. This recipe needs to be started at least 4 1/2 hours before serving. Perfect to prepare in advance, and quickly put dinner together when time to eat. To get the maximum flavor, please use fresh dill, lemon juice and bread crumbs. Note: The preparation time includes chilling time - not all is active time.

    Recipe #308250

    30 Reviews |  By PanNan

    My husband recently discovered this flavor rich, thick, beef stew recipe, and was amazed at how easy it was for him to make. We decided it was definitely a repeat recipe, and wanted to post it here for future reference.

    Recipe #156745

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is an old recipe Mom got from a box of Lipton onion soup. It's easy and delicious.

    Recipe #37511

    3 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is posted for the World Tour 2005 RecipeZaar event. I haven't had a chance to try it yet. My source is Time Life's Good Cook series "Cakes", and it's origins are from The Art of Polish Cooking by Alina Zeranska. Mazurkas are traditional Polish Easter cakes.

    Recipe #135038

    15 Reviews |  By PanNan

    Posted for the World Tour 2005 RecipeZaar event. I haven't had time to try this yet. I was intrigued with how quick and simple it is, and the fact that I always have these pantry staples on hand. The source is the Time Life Good Cook series "Cakes", originally from the British columbia Women's Institutes Adventures in Cooking. The cake requires one day of standing before serving.

    Recipe #135050

    6 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe was posted in our local newspaper this week. It looked so good, and I didn't see one like it in the database, so decided to share it.

    Recipe #46433

    9 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is from the magazine Fine Cooking. It's by far the best beef stroganoff I've ever tasted. It wasn't difficult at all, and didn't take much time. I made it after work one evening. The ingredients were readily available in my grocery store, and well worth the investment. The porcini mushrooms really add a great flavor and deeper color to the beef broth. I'd be proud to serve this dish to company. Note: I recommend you prep all remaining ingredients while the dried porcini is steeping. The rest of the steps are very quick, and don't allow time for prepping as you go. Second note: I buy whole beef tenderloins at Costco for a very reasonable price. I remove the silver skin myself with a sharp meat carving knife. I get a fabulous roast, quite a few filet mignon steaks, and the funny shaped thinner "tail" part (about a pound) is perfect for this recipe, although you could use any part of the tenderloin.

    Recipe #100655

    32 Reviews |  By PanNan

    These are mouthwatering. Make plenty for a weekend breakfast. It's worth the effort! They freeze well, too, and can be heated in the oven at 350 for about 12 - 14 minutes, or in the microwave for a few seconds if thawed (about 1 1/2 minutes if frozen). Very convenient for a grab and go breakfast.

    Recipe #37793

    4 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is from the Red, White & Blue Ribbon 2004 Cookbook. It's a collection of recipes from contests and food festivals. There are some real winners in this book. This is one of them. It was the "Berry Best in Show" winner at the 2003 Poteet Strawberry Festival in Poteet, TX and was entered by Paige Smith. Recipe note: I use butter instead of margarine. Times indicated do not include refrigeration overnight, or rising time.

    Recipe #122268


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