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    POSTED FOR ZWT6, GREECE. "Frittatas are really for the omelette challenged, no more jiggling or flipping with this easy dinner idea. The frittata looks like a giant pizza when it's finished. It's OK to double the number of eggs..." Taken from Alive Cooking Naturally 2010 calendar from my local health food store.

    Recipe #423281

    ZWT6 Asia, South India/Sri Lanka. Here is what the original poster says about this dish, "This recipe traces its origin to the southern coastal region of Tamil Nadu. I got this charming recipe from a fish selling person (who regularly supplies fish to my father's house) and I love it because of its simplicity." http://elitefoods.blogspot.com. There is a lovely picture of it there.

    Recipe #424019

    ZWT6. A specialty of Sindh in Pakistan and Jodhpur and Rajasthan in India. Here is what the original poster had to say about this drink, "Healthy, easy, rich and delicious. What more are you looking for? I am sure this lassi will satisfy your sweet cravings anytime!" on http://www.indianvegetariankitchen.com has a beautiful photo too!

    Recipe #424029

    ZWT6 Norway. Recipe by Grace Parisi from http://www.foodandwine.com. Smoked salmon could be considered the most important Norwegian contribution to modern international cuisine. Smoked salmon exists traditionally in many varieties, and is often served with scrambled eggs, dill, sandwiches or mustard sauce. Here is a beautiful tea sandwich.

    Recipe #424093

    ZWT7 Switzerland. Quick and Healthy Recipe by Anne Quatrano from http://www.foodandwine.com. Smoked salmon exists traditionally in many varieties, and is often served with scrambled eggs, dill, sandwiches or mustard sauce.

    Recipe #424095

    ZWT6 Norway. Sophie Dahl from http://www.foodandwine.com makes blini (mini pancakes) with wonderfully earthy buckwheat flour and serves the salmon-topped hors d'oeuvres at parties throughout the year.

    Recipe #424101

    ZWT6 Scandinavia. From http://www.foodandwine.com.

    Recipe #424113

    ZWT7 Switzerland. This is a very festive and popular starter. It's not cheap - both good shrimps, preferably from the waters around Smögen island and good roe are required. But if you are looking for that special starter for a special occasion, then this is very elegant, good-looking and delicious. This beautiful appetiser was developed by Dr Tore Wretman (1916-2003), who served a version of this dish in his Stockholm restaurant in 1958. Posted on http://nami-nami.blogspot.com

    Recipe #424153

    ZWT7 Switzerland. Full of Nordic flavours - dill and caraway seeds - with an addition of cooked shrimps. Slightly more festive than the traditional one, and very delicious. From http://nami-nami.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #424158

    ZWT6 Denmark. No access to a Danish supermarket? No problem! You'll likely need to find a substitute for the dark Danish bread (�rugbrød�) that most Danish sandwiches are made with. Your best bet is to buy the darkets, heaviest bread sold at your local bakery. Be sure to slice it thinly when making the sandwiches. F.com's Deantini gives us tips including purchasing the dark rye bread at most larger supermarkets in Canada which is often called 'vollkornbread' or 'pumpernickel bread', both are acceptable substitutions. Noting a egg/shrimp combo can also be served on white bread - as quite acceptable ;). Recipe from http://www.thecopenhagenreport.com.

    Recipe #424895

    ZWT6 Denmark. A classic, slices of cold smoked or cured salmon (‘gravad laks’) on white bread, topped with shrimp and decorated with a slice of lemon and fresh dill. From http://www.thecopenhagenreport.com.

    Recipe #424667

    ZWT6 Denmark. There are hundreds of combinations and varieties of smørrebrød available but this is a classic. No access to a Danish supermarket? No problem! You'll likely need to find a substitute for the dark Danish bread (‘rugbrød’) that most Danish sandwiches are made with. Your best is to buy the darkets, heaviest bread sold at your local bakery. Be sure to slice it thinly when making the sandwiches. From http://www.thecopenhagenreport.com.

    Recipe #424900

    ZWT6. Balti cuisine is all the rage in England these days. It is a style of cooking which is thought to have originated in modern day Northern Pakistan. Balti dishes are very rich and flavorful and are famous for their use of highly aromatic spices. Balti Chicken Pasanda is a delicious simple curry with bold and complex flavors. The term "Balti" refers to the actual cooking vessel in which the food is both made and served. It is a rounded cast iron heavy bottom pot, similar to a wok, but with two handles. Recipe modified from Sadhana Ginde on http://www.bellaonline.com. Recipe has been updated as per JustJanS's review. Thanks!

    Recipe #425288

    ZWT6 Britain. Nick Nairn likes using finely cut oats in this crumble topping, but you can also grind rolled oats in the food processor to achieve the same texture. A generous amount of butter mixed into the oats makes the crumble especially light and crisp. Recipe by Nick Nairn on http://www.foodandwine.com.

    Recipe #425427

    ZWT7 South Africa. In South Africa, "scone" is pronounced sk-ON, not sk-OHHH-n. Recipe by Rori Spinelli on http://www.foodandwine.com.

    Recipe #425442

    Derived from the Spanish spelling of the Quechua name, kinwa or occasionally "Qin-wah", Quinoa originated in the Andean region of South America, where it was successfully domesticated 3000 to 4000 years ago for human consumption. Raw diet here I come!!!! Found on http://rawgirl2.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #430293

    A lovely Middle Eastern or Mediterranean flavoured fruit salad I concocted. When used in Greece and Cypres, the orange blossom water water is known as anthonero.

    Recipe #431317

    British influence on South African cuisine has brought Apple Crumble to the table. This version is not too sweet so I suggest not cutting much sugar if you make it as I already reduced it from the original recipe found on http://www.shahiya.com.

    Recipe #435535

    "Haft Mewa is a compote made from seven different dried fruits and nuts served in their own juices. Traditionally the seven ingredients are as follows: red raisins, black raisins, yellow raisins, senjid (the dried fruit of the oleaster tree), pistachio, dried apricot, and dried apple. This is not a traditional recipe but it is very delicious and don’t fret about the ingredients. This is a very flexible recipe, just use dried fruit and nuts that you have in your pantry!" Recipe found on http://www.afghancooking.net

    Recipe #436161

    "Salata is always light and crunchy, making it a perfect counterpoint to Afghan cuisine’s heavier dishes. Some Afghan cooks consider it a point of pride when the diced vegetables are small and uniform in size. The result reminds a little of a colorful bowl of confetti. For those in Afghanistan who can afford fresh vegetables, salata is a staple on the Afghan table. If you can’t get your hands on any decent tomatoes, hang onto the recipe until you can." Modified recipe off http://www.afghancooking.net by Humaira Ghilzai and Katie Morford.

    Recipe #435969

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