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    Homemade Pomegranate Molasses is a versatile little gem to have on hand in your fridge and makes a great gift. If you can't find fresh pomegranates, you can use pure pomegranate juice. Have you ever made your own fresh pomegranate juice? It is super simple. You basically just put the seeds in your food processor and then press the pulp through a fine sieve. The seeds can be easily removed from the fruit in a bowl of water. The seeds will sink to the bottom and all of the white bits will float to the top, making it easy for you to scoop out. The water also helps prevent your hands and counters from being stained by the beautiful ruby red colour of the pomegranate fruit. Once you have pomegranate juice, combine it with pure maple syrup and orange juice in a sauce pan. Simmer until it is reduced to about 3 cups. From

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    Taking a popular Aruban drink and making it non alcoholic. From Recipe Island.

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    From Bobby Flay's Barbeque Addiction, Argentina on the Grill. Yum!

    Recipe #507467

    A simple and refreshing fruit salad from Armenia. From The Armenian Kitchen.

    Recipe #507312

    You'll need a watermelon, a can of coconut milk, and some shredded coconut. watermelon, a can of coconut milk, and some shredded coconut. If you want to get fancy, you can add things like crushed pineapple or papaya, too. A squeeze of lime juice brightens up the flavors.

    Recipe #503380

    Bissap is enjoyed in Mali and west Africa in general. Whether hot or cold, the flavor is bright, fruity, with a punch of ginger smoothed out by a velvety splash of vanilla. Be sure to serve the bissap with a few pieces of cubed mango. This recipe is by Sasha Martin.

    Recipe #502472

    This will put a smile on your face and happiness in your heart. I have used non dairy milk to make this vegan, but the Mexicans traditionally use dairy milk. The rice, almonds and cinnamon stick will have to sit in water overnight, so make it the night before you have it for breakfast. Gleaned and enjoyed from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #502328

    Jamaicans make this with fresh hibiscus, so common in the islands, but you can find it dried at your health food store, some supermarkets, or Whole Foods store. This is Jamaicas answer to iced tea and better for you too! Sometimes allspice berries are added, I have left them out here.

    Recipe #502079

    A traditional salad, often served around Christmas. It is vegetarian and I have added options to make it vegan. Cooking time is for boiling, if roasting, the cooking time will be about an hour.

    Recipe #501715

    This is from Modernist Cooking and here's what they say,"One of the easiest ways to try out molecular gastronomy is by creating "pearls". Most pearls are solid jelly balls that can be used to garnish dishes or as an amuse-bouche. Here we create sweet-sour balsamic vinegar pearls that are a great way to add a hit of flavor to many different dishes. The process of making them is even pretty easy. We first combine the vinegar with agar agar and bring it to a boil. Then we drizzle it into very cold olive oil that chills the droplets into spheres before they reach the bottom of the glass. Once you rinse off the balsamic vinegar pearls they are ready to use or you can store them in the refrigerator for later use." You can see their video on how to make pearls here: http://www.modernistcookingmadeeasy.com/info/modernist-recipes/more/balsamic-vinegar-pearls-recipe I saw Tyler Florence's general recipe for these pearls and got the exact measurements off the internet. Have fun!

    Recipe #500406

    I've made clover tea and I've made lemonade, but had never put them together. Well, here ya go. Red clover grows wild in fields and meadows in Asia, Europe and North America and is part of the legume family. Just be careful where you pick, like near highways, where it may get sprayed with pesticides. Red clover is one of the best blood cleansers, increases good cholesterol, and is used to treat osteoporosis. From what you give away you keep.

    Recipe #499985

    Simple and delicious! Made with coconut cream and strawberries. Adapted from Immer Wachsen and tweaked.Cooking time is freezing time. Feel free to substitute your favorite fruit! Blueberries are wonderful and peaches are a favorite.

    Recipe #499509

    My daughter in law posted this on facebook so she wouldn't lose it, and I don't want to lose it either! So put here for safekeeping: :) You can use the ingredients suggested or try whatever fruit you like. From Health and Wealth.

    Recipe #499439

    Here's a fun breakfast you can make. Pancakes, poured into muffin cups, baked and filled with strawberry sauce or your favorite topping. Adapted from Real Mom Kitchen. Other toppings may include your favorite jam, cream cheese and honey, nutella, maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, etc.

    Recipe #496780

    Aged Balsamic Vinegar, or as it is known in Italy, tradizionale, accumulates its flavor in a variety of wooden casks for as long as one hundred years. The result is a very concentrated dark brown, thick sweet vinegar, and it is a great luxury. If you don't have it in your pantry - chefs have learned to do as the Italians so - reduce your inexpensive balsamic vinegar with a little brown sugar. It's a good second! Adapted from What's Cooking America who adapted it from Julee Rosso. Julee and her husband, Bill, own the Wickwood Inn in Saugatuck, MI. Commercial-grade balsamic vinegar is the least expensive ones that you find in your grocery store.

    Recipe #496113

    The pink dressing gives this salad a nice splash of color. Treat yourself! From the Neely's Celebration Cookbook.

    Recipe #481049

    These are so yummy! And vegan too. Got this from Cooking Entrees with the Micheff Sisters cookbook. Enjoy! I enjoy with brown rice.

    Recipe #488545

    This is Japan's answer to McDonald's special sauce. Is this what you get with your sushi at a Japanese restaurant? If not, it shoud be! Adapted from Joni Marie. She has some great and creative recipes.

    Recipe #459985

    This is really easy to make and is great as an appetizer or snack!

    Recipe #53594

    This is an absolutely delicious recipe! I eat more salad than ever now.

    Recipe #24655

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