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    I found this recipe on the Eating Well website. Charring tomatoes in a hot, dry skillet makes them smoky and flavorful; in combination with fresh herbs and spices, they elevate this dish from “everyday” to “ta-da!” Serve the tacos with reduced-fat sour cream.

    Recipe #464854

    A very simple dish from the Pacific. Often served with roasted pork or grilled meats.

    Recipe #458172

    Of course it's easier to buy the canned stuff, but why not try to make your own!? Made from fresh, not dried, coconut. For an easy way to shred your own fresh coconut see Recipe#458170.

    Recipe #458171

    Here is the easiest way I know of to shred your own fresh coconut. The yield of this recipe varies a lot from coconut to coconut. I could not post a recipe with only one ingredient, so just use the water to wash up afterward :)

    Recipe #458170

    When I found this recipe I thought for sure it would be on food.com already, but I couldn't find it. This a very simple side dish or breakfast from Switzerland. It seems to be similar to quiche, but with more milk/cream. Posted for ZWT 7.

    Recipe #458164

    Very easy to put together. Serve with any type of seafood, chicken or chips.

    Recipe #458036

    Found on about.com. This rye yeast bread is stuffed with Swiss Emmenthaler cheese and grainy mustard. Prep time include rise time.

    Recipe #458035

    Found this on about.com. I have not tried it, but am posting it as is. I think if I were to make it I would skip serving in the fresh coconut just because it's hard for me to find good ones.Also, I might not be able to find amberjack fish so I would use more tuna or shrimp. Feel free to make your own variations. Cook time is marinating time.

    Recipe #458034

    Found this on Nancyskitchen.com. I think this lloks really interesting and quite tasty. Not sure on number of servings. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #458019

    I haven't made these yet, but it seems like a nice twist on snickerdoodles.

    Recipe #458018

    This stuffed Veal Cutlet recipe by Mario Batali is easy to make. The most important thing about this recipe is that the town I live in is named after Valle d'Aosta! :)

    Recipe #457248

    A cheesey, spicey corn side dish.

    Recipe #457244

    I know of tamarind soda, but not water. This is basically tamarind tea.

    Recipe #457243

    A very simple tropical milkshake.

    Recipe #457241

    South American Dessert.Courtesy of foodtv-Emeril. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #457236

    A brazilian lime and gin cocktail by Bobby Flay.

    Recipe #457234

    I found this recipe on foodtv. This is fairly involved because it has you make the fish stock from scratch. I'm not sure if there is such thing as store bought fish stock, but if you can find it, use it!

    Recipe #457232

    Easy to make, but should be done right before serving. Serve with crusty bread or toasted tortillas.

    Recipe #457229

    This a raw oysters topped with a "granita". The crispness of the ice and creamyness of the oysters makes a nice balance. You will need to shuck the oysters or buy them on the half shell if possible. Prep time includes half of the freezing time.

    Recipe #457223

    I found this on the web representing Tanzania. I'm a little confused about the folding/sealing method so if make this recipe please let us know what you did. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #456838

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