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    I enjoy Guinness and when my DD's friend Alex made one of these for me OH YUMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #431545

    This is so full of flavor, easy and quick. Using canned, frozen, dried spices, and leftover foods. Great for pot luck. My aim with this dish besides being tasty and easy was to keep it low in fat and sodium. You can add salt to taste I leave it out with the canned foods having enough sodium for my family. If you're not worried about fat add a layer of shredded jack cheese last 5 minutes just to melt. Any leftover meat can be used.

    Recipe #426100

    I love Bloody Marys but the juices are so high in sodium. I've made this with fresh tomatoes (you don't have to) and using lovage lowers blood pressure and makes a great salt substitute. Worcestershire sauce is good in these but high sodium so go to taste. Lovage has celery flavors. For Ray I added Shrimp Vegetarians omit it!

    Recipe #427480

    This dipping sauce is made from Chili, Garlic, and Fish sauce, which is the base of this sauce. May smell not so good BUT darn it sure is tasty!!! Do mix and match the optional ingredients to your tastes.

    Recipe #414471

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Dukkah is an Egyptian specialty that is not strictly speaking a spice blend, but rather a blend of roasted nuts seasoned with spices. It is typically used as a dip with bread or fresh vegetables, and eaten as an Hors D'Oeuvre. It can also be used as a side dish to the main course of a meal. Dukkah makes a crunchy coating for chicken or fish when put on before pan-frying. You can use macadamia & almonds or hazelnuts & or almonds.

    Recipe #422392

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had left over liverwurst and mixed with the rest of ingredients. It's a big hit at party's! I've been making this for years.The main thing be sides taste is its easy and cheap.

    Recipe #49706

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a Spicy Dish! Lots of flavor!You can adjust the heat! Feel free to add more or less chili peppers (Thai Peppers).

    Recipe #52068

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found this on line!

    Recipe #63210

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Try this with my Chicken Satay! Check out Noodles with spicy peanut sauce recipe #49547

    Recipe #63211

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    COMFORT FOOD!!! POTATO AND NOODLES what more?

    Recipe #53843

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Fennel also known as Anise because of it 's taste. Like celery, it is filling and yet very low in calories, so that it provides an excellent snack food for those watching their weight. Baking brings out a nice sweetness.

    Recipe #120273

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Christopher Williams, BellaOnline's Greek Food Editor http://www.greek-recipe.com/ancient-fruit-salad/

    Recipe #142374

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This hearty stew that originated in areas of South and East Africa. Potatoes, both sweet and white, as well as cauliflower, calcium-rich greens, raisins, and spices make a savory and nourishing meal to warm us on cold winter nights. Serve topped with rice, couscous, or quinoa.

    Recipe #173753

    I made recipe #258407 with some changes and came up with this. It's a martini, so expect it to be strong!

    Recipe #391159

    Made with Hendrick's gin

    Recipe #209244

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A Tapas recipe. Serve with toothpicks.

    Recipe #213065

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A tweeked recipe from smoking-meat. Serve on a toasted bagel,with assorted crackers, chips or vegetables.

    Recipe #214158

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Baumkuchen has earned its reputation as the "King of Cakes." This labor-intensive German cake gets it name, which translates literally as Tree Cake, from the many thin rings that form as layer upon layer of cake is baked. 200 years German bakers have been producing this treat. The cake is sliced showing each layer is divided from the next by a golden line, resembling the rings on a crosscut tree. Christmas holiday treat.

    Recipe #214171

    This fun drink is a twist on the Van Gogh's recipe that is on zaar. Because its level of alcohol absinthe shouldn't be drunk straight. Absinthe's popularity grew steadily until the 1840s, when absinthe was given to French troops as a fever preventative. When the troops returned home, they brought their taste for absinthe with them, and it became popular at bars and bistros.

    Recipe #214620

    Bring the Swiss Alps to you!I just posted this recipe on honor of the Gruyere Gurlz climb to the Alps. At least in a glass. After climbing the Alps I wanted to bring back the memories. So I tossed this drink together. In the 1860s, absinthe had become so popular that in most of Fraces cafés and cabarets 5 p.m. signalled l’heure verte ('the green hour'). Still, it remained expensive and was favored mainly by the bourgeoisie and eccentric Bohemian artists. By the 1880s, however, the price had dropped significantly, the market expanded, and absinthe soon became the drink of France; by 1910 the French were consuming 36 million litres of absinthe per year.

    Recipe #214625

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