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    Posted for Zaar Tour 06, best Stroganoff that I have had. Skirt steak will be more tender than Round steak.

    Recipe #176437

    We've made this in my family so long, I don't remember where we got it! I usually double the recipe because it's so good and tastes even better the next day.

    Recipe #119135

    From a long-time friend's cookbook compilation.

    Recipe #136920

    This is a very easy recipe for pumpkin pie that was voted the BEST by our Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie connoisseurs! It is tried and true, and a favourite in our family.

    Recipe #101816

    I came up with this one because it's fast---no chopping cabbage. And it's colorful because of the carrots in the cole slaw mix. Cook time is for noodle boiling.

    Recipe #116242

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Fruit + soup = excellent combination! This could easily be made with frozen fruits. Time does not include chilling.

    Recipe #134134

    This is creamed spinach with a Transylvanian touch.

    Recipe #134934

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    These are fantastic. Despite the lengthy directions and ingredients list, they are relatively easy to make. Time does not reflect chilling.

    Recipe #135030

    Yet another Polish recipe for the hubby and the Zaar World tour Contest. Off of about.com site!

    Recipe #135228

    This is another Polish recipe for my hubby and for the Polish Zaar World tour contest, gotten off the About.com site.

    Recipe #135229

    These sweet gnocchi from Croatia, one of Lidia Bastianich's favorite childhood treats, can also be made with whole, ripe, pitted Italian prune-plums. Recipe originally from Saveur, 1999. Cooking time includes time for cooling potatoes.

    Recipe #137693

    Author Nicolae Klepper says that mititei were invented one evening at an inn called La Iordachi in Bucharest, known for its sausages, when the kitchen ran out of casings. Originally published in Saveur in 1998. Cooking time includes five hours chilling time.

    Recipe #137695

    This is really easy! Posted for Zaar World Tour 05. From RusCuisine.com.

    Recipe #139498

    This is another easy recipe for The Zaar World Tour. It's a Russian egg salad. Found on RusCuisine.com. Cook time is for the eggs.

    Recipe #139500

    This is so easy! Posted for the Eastern European Tour of the Zaar World Tour! From RusCuisine.com.

    Recipe #139505

    I have been using this recipe for some time now, it makes a dense, moist loaf, and I use it to sneak veggies into my 5 year old! This recipe makes 2 loaves. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #139986

    A slightly new take on the Polish classic--and SO pretty.

    Recipe #142035

    OK, in honour of the theme in the Beverage Forum being Absinthe, this one is for Cheryl! (Don't ask where the name came from, I have no idea!!) From the Absinthe website.

    Recipe #162990

    This combination of sweet beets and hot horseradish is a mild, delicious taste treat and a great side dish with grilled meats. A twist on the presentation of the Eastern Europen dish called Tsvikly. From Food and Drink magazine. Hope you enjoy! *Note, please use a very hot, prepared horseradish sauce to offset the mildness of the cream. If you do not have hot horseradish, then please be prepared for a very mild flavoured dressing!

    Recipe #167868

    An updated, healthy version of the famous and fabulous Strawberries Romanoff. From Nora's in Washington, D.C. You may use other berries or seasonal fruit, but this combination is quite beautiful.

    Recipe #170476

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