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    ZWT8 ~ Best of the Tour!

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    8 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. Found this recipe from Saveur on the internet, and it looks like an excellent combination for tea-time sandwiches. (Or in my case, I'll wrap 2-slice sandwiches with plastic as is commonly done in Britain, and brown-bag my lunch for work.) From wikipedia: "Watercress contains significant amounts of iron, calcium and folic acid, in addition to vitamins A and C.... Many benefits from eating watercress are claimed, such as that it acts as a mild stimulant, a source of phytochemicals and antioxidants, a diuretic, an expectorant, and a digestive aid. It also appears to have cancer-suppressing properties. It is widely believed to help defend against lung cancer. In addition, watercress is a known inhibitor of the Cytochrome P450 CYP2E1, which may result in altered drug metabolism for individuals on certain medications (ex., chlorzoxazone)." Note that watercress has a shelf life of 2-3 days. For a more British version, use cress sprouts.

    Recipe #356986

    This could be a light lunch or breakfast.

    Recipe #303592

    From a Reynolds Aluminum Wrap recipe booklet. I find it unique by using crushed tortilla chips instead of a type of bread crumb. Another quick meal to throw together and have on the table within an hour. (Any leftover meatloaf can be crumbled and used as a taco filling the next day for fun too)

    Recipe #482705

    A stove-top method. Taken from the expanded new edition of her classic best-selling book, Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking, this is the recipe that Jaffrey says took the spice out of a major city in England. As she explains it: "My new book was first published in England, by the BBC. Shortly after it came out, The Manchester Guardian ran a story which said that the city had run out of fresh spices: Everyone was making Lemony Chicken with Coriander!"

    Recipe #481278

    This is one of the recipes I adopted -- it's gotten 5 stars all around, so I won't change it, but I wouldn't use margarine or cooking oil -- I would use either light olive oil or unsalted butter. I also might substitute half and half for the milk, to be a little decadent once in a while...

    Recipe #319

    82 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Lots of garlic and herbs on grilled succulent shrimp!

    Recipe #128679

    Tinto de Verano is a refreshing drink similar to Sangria. However, there are fewer ingredients in this wine based mixed drink making it much easier and quicker to put together. Tinto de Verano translates to red wine of summer. In some regions of Spain it is common for locals to drink Tinto de Verano while tourists drink sangria.

    Recipe #483789

    A fabulous version of the famous British dessert. I saw it in an issue of Food & Wine and immediately knew we had to try it. Delicious! You can also use store-bought meringue as a shortcut.

    Recipe #483467

    Fresh Steamed Mussels with garlic....mmmmm! These are very simple to make and have a wonderful flavour and aroma. From the BeautyFood Cookbook. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #137162

    Tis one is different from the others posted. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #420063

    This recipe originates in Wales. From Classic International Recipes. Use only the white and light green portions of the leeks.....I couldn't include that in the ingredients for some reason. Prep and cook time does not include the one hour chilling time.

    Recipe #482718

    The staff here at CGTD Institute found the inspiration for this recipe from Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland' story. A fun yet simple cooking project designed for the wee tots.

    Recipe #384341

    This is the easiest chocolate fudge recipe and it's even easier to eat:) Made this for my French class in high school when we had to bring in a french dish and everyone already had crepes and chicken francese lol!

    Recipe #213649

    7 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Hard boiled eggs in a curry sauce. Serve with rice or on toast.

    Recipe #482976

    This is a recipe from Ricardo. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #370187

    3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    In looking at mole recipes, there is always some part that I would change. So, I did some research, read loads of recipes, picked out the parts (ingredients & measurements) that I like best & created my own recipe! I found some shortcuts; the ingredient list is still typically long but there's nothing difficult to find . It's YUMMY, imho. ;) It's nice & spicy & there's heat but it won't blow the back of your head off. Lovely texture. Great depth of flavor. It's also easy & doesn't take very long!

    Recipe #472996

    5 Reviews |  By awalde

    The most love chocolate mousse. Try this you will not regret it!

    Recipe #482236

    Peppercorn coated patties for a traditional twist with a gourmet taste. Parsley and black pepper are two of the most complimentary seasonings for beef. Do not make them too thick. Choose either a caramelized onion or mushroom topping.

    Recipe #417616

    The best way I described this to friends is that it is the Barcelona equivalent of fries and ketchup but so much better!

    Recipe #483714

    I'm posting this recipe for ZWT5. it comes from a lovely cookbook "Dine Around The World", a gift from a friend many years ago. From the book :" One hundred years ago, a Hungarian lady brought recipes to Sydney, but nobody could understand their Hungarian names. So this roll was called Kangaroo Pie, because filling it reminded people of a kangaroo filling its pouch." It doesn't specify the fish to use, but I would use hake, cod, tilapia, or similar.

    Recipe #370707

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