From Every Night Italian, posted for ZWT IV. Described as "not a mousse, not a custard, not really a pudding...it is a creamy chocolate dessert that is easy to make." Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration.
Note: this contains uncooked egg yolks, so if you are concerned about that - don't make this OR here is a link with tips about how to cook them before using without turning them into scrambled eggs. http://whatscookingamerica.net/Eggs/RawEggs.htm
Posted for ZWT IV, Germany. From The New German Cookbook. I have made this with a combination of fruits and found that you have to be careful about patting the fruits dry because the filling can get quite wet - though it's still delicious.
This is from Madhur Jaffrey's Quick and Easy Indian Cooking. This dessert has nice textures and flavors, but as written, is not particularly sweet. You could try adding some sugar to the whipped cream topping if you like it sweeter.
This is a nice basic casserole that can be revved up by the addition of chiles - either mild or hot - or you can leave the chiles out altogether and leave it just cheesy. Adapted from The More with Less Cookbook.
This makes a flavorful, home-made hoisin marinade/sauce. I'm sure it could be used for more than just game hens. Naturally, you should adjust the vegetable choices to suit your family. I made extra marinade when I made this to have some for serving. From The Wine Lover's Cookbook by Sid Goldstein. Prep time includes marination time.
These make a simple, delicious and elegant appetizer from Secrets from a Caterer's Kitchen by Nicole Aloni. You can purchase premade tartlets or use a recipe found on this site. I like Anme's Recipe #238142 for these. The amounts listed reflect what I used for a recent party, but they can be easily adjusted to suit your needs and taste.