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    From Mario Batali in the cookbook, The Chew Food. Life. Fun. Mario says, "The French, with their ratatouille, may think they've cornered the market on fun words for a vegetable stew, but all that means is they have never heard of the dish called scafata. It's a traditional Friulian dish that the great Lidia Bastianich first made for me". Mario liked it so much, he tried it with summer vegetables and the following recipe was his, and now yours, reward. Enjoy!

    Recipe #493946

    All the spices make this a special dish with delicious flavors! From Bal Arneson - The Spice Goddess on the cooking channel. The stew can be eaten alone or with rice and it tastes perfectly spiced both ways. The fresh roasted coriander and the addition of oranges makes this a surprisingly light stew compared to the heavier texture and feel of traditional Indian Rajma/Chhole dishes.

    Recipe #493539

    Full of bright flavor, Chuck Hughes’ salad is a lovely mix of parsley, mint and oregano and is bulked up with tomatoes, cucumber, and chickpeas. Toasted and crumbled pita bread is an inventive way to replace traditional croutons! This is really inexpensive if you use herbs from your garden. From the Cooking Channel.

    Recipe #493441

    Recipe adapted from Laura Kelley at Silk Road Gourmet, where she journies through the cuisines, histories and cultures of the more than thirty countries that traded goods along that great lifeline of the ancient world. Posted in Global World Adventure. I have posted the recipe for the Kofta for those who want to make it. The sauce can be served with rice(or almost any grain), noodles, meat dishes, dig in and enjoy the great flavors of Oman! You could also crack a few eggs on top of the sauce and cook for Shakshouka.

    Recipe #493003

    Looking for vegetarian recipes from Oman, I came across this one. Cook time is for boiling eggs. Enjoy!

    Recipe #492863

    This was on Unique Eats, episode Delis. I changed it to make it vegetarian.

    Recipe #480476

    A great sandwich for summer! Nice and spicy! You can use wraps or bread instead of pita if you like.

    Recipe #477508

    A nice Indian take on chili. Recipe courtesy Padma Lakshmi Show on Foodnetwork: Melting Pot, Episode: Padma's Passport--My Mother's Kitchen

    Recipe #469752

    A great healthy vegetable juice with some options from the How It All Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #467839

    The roasted garlic adds a richness to the smoky heat of the chipotle peppers in this hearty(and yummy!) soup. It improves as the flavors delvelop, so go ahead and make it a day or two ahead! Adapted from Fields of Greens cookbook.

    Recipe #465196

    I visited a Whole Foods store in Conn. recently and tried their Masala rice and it was so good(the rice and the sauce were mixed together), I wanted to recreate the recipe at home. Not finding it in the Whole Foods site, I came across this recipe by Bobby Flay. The recipe for the Masala sauce came with the recipe for Basmati Pilaf with Peas, but I'm posting it separately. From Bobby Flay's Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Episode: Chicken Tikka Masala.

    Recipe #464583

    Saw this on Hungry Girl on Food Network this morning, episode: Ginormous Food. A great way to cut those carbs!

    Recipe #464365

    A mayonnaise and tomato sandwich is a Southern staple. The Deen brothers think a little heat makes it all the more appetizing. Adapted from their cookbook, Get Fired Up.

    Recipe #462698

    As I venture more into vegan eating, I'm starting to use more quinoa and love the uniqueness of it! Here is a pretty and delicious salad, I hope you enjoy it. Adapted from The Vegan Chef.

    Recipe #460204

    I saw this on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Michael Simon was raving over it. It sounded so interesting I had to make it and just happened to have everything on hand(okay, I was out of cilantro, but didn't let that stop me). I didn't have the six pepper blend, but did have black, white and pink peppers, so used that in the pepper mill. This is very different from the traditional guacamole. The name of the episode, was the totally unexpected, after all. Adapted from Web Gangsta who recreated the recipe from Lopez Southwestern Kitchen in Cleveland, Ohio. http://thewebgangsta.com/index.php/2010/05/award-winning-recipe-for-cinco-de-mayo-guacamole-with-blue-cheese-and-bacon-inspired-by-food-network/

    Recipe #459477

    The chefs at Gourmet Alley in Gilroy California, famous for their garlic festival every year have shared some of their best recipes, via Country Living magazine(July 1987). I have tweaked this just slightly. Enjoy!

    Recipe #459143

    Boom chakalaka! Born in the townships(probably Johannesburg) of South Africa(Sub-Saharan Africa), chakalaka is a simple, spicy dish of onions, tomatoes and often beans. It has been a staple for generations of black South Africans, and is a required condiment at South African braais, or barbecues. Chakalaka can be served hot or cold, over mealie pap, with slices of bread, or as a condiment for grilled meats. Adapted from whats4eats.

    Recipe #457217

    Chickpea stews with flavors similar to this one are often made in Ethiopia using ground roasted chickpeas or even split peas. Here, the method is simplified but the stew's sweet, fragrant spice mixture, which Ethiopians call berbere, remains. If you're in a hurry, omit roasting the chickpeas and simply add them to the stew after they've been rinsed and drained(if you leave this out, you're missing out!). This recipe was inspired by a Whole Planet Foundation microcredit client who runs a chickpea roasting business. This stew is spicy, so start out with the lowest amount of cayenne. Some people have skipped the spice ingredients and just added 2-3 tsp. storebought or their own homemade berebere spice.

    Recipe #456171

    Inspired by the dish Red-Red from Ghana, this simple stew of tomatoes and black-eyed peas is traditionally served with fried plantains with variations all over Africa. Sauteéd bananas are a great substitute and the flavor combination, while unusual, is tasty and balanced. This recipe was inspired by Whole Planet Foundation microcredit clients.

    Recipe #456163

    I just watched Rachael Ray make this on Foodnetwork.com and it looks sooo good I'm putting it here to make soon! It's from Cooking Channel: Rachael's Week in a Day (It's a Breeze).

    Recipe #454361

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