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    According to The Florida Keys Cookbook, where I found this recipe, the Bahamians held the conch in mystical regard, believing its consumption enhanced male potency. They brought the recipe with them when they immigrated to the Florida Keys.

    Recipe #460573

    From "Enjoying the Art of Canadian Cooking" by Jehane Benoit. This would also make a fantastic ice cream topping or cherry pie filling.

    Recipe #311811

    Recipe #288744

    This soup From Swanson® Broth is easily made from ingredients in the pantry and sure to delight with its rich color and distinctive flavor.

    Recipe #272108

    Spicy and savory - not your typical grilled cheese! Adapted from a recipe by Joe Yonan.

    Recipe #507252

    According to Padma Lakshmi (from Top Chef), this soup will cure what ails you! This is her version of a traditional South Indian soup called rasam. It's high in protein, and low in calories and carbs - although you can add rice noodles and call it a meal! The ingredients can be found inexpensively at an Indian or Asian grocery, and the taste of this fragrant broth is well worth the effort. Cook time = marinating time.

    Recipe #335086

    Possibly my favorite appetizer that I've posted on Food.com! You can substitute quail eggs to create elegant and impressive cocktail party bites. Adapted from a recipe by Joe Yonan. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #507324

    For a variation, you can use orange peel for some of the olives. The cooking time is the marinating time. From "The Art of Spanish Cooking."

    Recipe #483188

    A great way to use leftover ham!

    Recipe #310388

    From "Indian & Chinese Cooking from the Himalayan Rim," by Copeland Marks. A boatman paddling his canoe on one of the lakes in the beautiful vale of Kashmir fell in love with a girl called Noori. In order to declare his affection, he prepared a luscious platter of fish balls from his family recipe and presented it to her. They lived happily ever after, as the recipe is named after his beloved Noori.

    Recipe #483009

    From "The Art of Spanish Cooking," which says that this dish originating in Barcelona is pronounced par-e-ya'-deh.

    Recipe #483201

    Ginger Syrup can be purchased online and at coffee shops, gourmet shops and some health food and grocery stores. Recipe courtesy Dale DeGroff, 'King of Cocktails."

    Recipe #310387

    A recipe from the island nation of Madagascar. This fiery mash is typically served on the side so diners can add as much or as little heat as they like. From "the Soul of a New Cuisine: A Discovery of the Foods and Flavors of Africa."

    Recipe #310563

    Winner of the appetizer category in the Pillsbury Bake-Off! From Edgar Rudberg of Saint Paul, Minnesota.

    Recipe #313815

    Frozen grapes used to be my favorite dessert, but now these are my number one! Fresh lychees can be tough to find outside of warm climates (and the season is short), but the canned fruit is widely available in Indian and Asian markets and supermarkets. Cook time=chill time.

    Recipe #300808

    Adapted from "Great Good Food: Luscious Lower Fat Cooking" by The Silver Palate's Julee Rosso. The cook time is the time for marinating and chilling. Not for kids...omit the marinated cherries if making for your lunch box!

    Recipe #309326

    From Hank Shaw’s "Hunter-Angler-Gardener-Cook" blog. He says that he adapted this recipe from one in Penelope Casas’ "Delicioso! The Regional Cooking of Spain."

    Recipe #483088

    Xalapa Punch is an intriguing rum, brandy and red wine punch that is highlighted with black tea and heated orange rinds. From The Bartender's Black Book.

    Recipe #251234

    Very potent - do not attempt unless you enjoy very strong drinks where you can taste the liquor, like traditional martinis! Yellow Chartreuse is a milder version of Green Chartreuse, a unique herbal liqueur made from a small group of monks' secret recipe. It is available for about $44 in some stores or less on WineChateau.com - a little goes a long way though so it's worth the price. This drink created by Absolut Vodka is supposed to be done using dry ice to make it more mysterious, but this is the easy version.

    Recipe #251230

    There's another Brazilian Christmas Turkey recipe here using rum, but I thought this traditional version was interesting since it calls for champagne. From a Christian bulletin board site.

    Recipe #251259

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