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    ZWT: North Africa/Middle East


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    Use fresh or recently dried lavender. Don't use any artificially scented bunches. If you can't find fresh lavender, make the meringues plain.

    Recipe #428756

    A rice that is served over meat, such as kebob.

    Recipe #428732

    Found on about.com and am adding for ZWT6: North African/Middle Eastern. Goes well with any apple dessert.

    Recipe #428737

    Added for ZWT6: North African/Middle Eastern.

    Recipe #428750

    This Middle Eastern tea is traditionally served to guests who come to see a newborn baby.

    Recipe #428739

    This recipe is from Mark Bittman's "How to Cook Everything."

    Recipe #308109

    A salad that makes use of the diverse veggies of Israel.

    Recipe #428742

    From about.com, it's kind of like a spicier mix of tabbouleh and couscous. Serve with pita for an appetizer, snack, or small meal. Time does not include several hours for sitting.

    Recipe #428740

    Goes well with Recipe#428732.

    Recipe #428734

    Is usually eaten as a finger food and side dish for fried fish.

    Recipe #428746

    This can be used to give Moroccan flavor to any fish. Use up to 1 tsp per kilogram of fish.

    Recipe #428748

    Goes well with Recipe#428746.

    Recipe #428747

    Added for ZWT6: North African/Middle Eastern

    Recipe #428743


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