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    Lovely, simple cookies spiced with cardamom, vanilla, and lemon zest. posted for Zaar World Tour. Instead of the sanding sugar you can just add some food coloring to regular sugar and stir in in until well mixed.

    Recipe #428278

    A simple traditional snack usually served with tea or coffee. Enjoy! (Found this recipe off the internet to post for ZWT6) I haven't made this yet so yield is approx.

    Recipe #428259

    I found this recipe on the internet and thought it sounded too good! I have posted it here for ZWT6 Germany

    Recipe #426031

    This beef roast is flavored with paprika, allspice and caraway, with a sauce out of tomato, soup greens and, of course, sour cream. I found this to post for zwt6 germany on about.com. The arm roast can be replaced by whatever other inexpensive cut you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #425950

    Cardamom spiced melt in your mouth cookies topped with pistachios. Posted for zwt6- Asia found on asiarecipe.com (the yield is estimated)

    Recipe #425329

    Fijoles de Olla simply means pot beans.This recipe uses ingredients more commonly used in the south of Mexico. A delicious and comforting blend of old world and Mexican ingredients. The flavors seem to meld together in a very balanced and satisfying way. It goes great as a side or by itself or in tortillas. I used pinto beans but you can use any beans you like. You can cook it on the stove top or in the crock pot. I find it easier and less distracting to do it in the crock pot. As a final note the chorizo is optional and not a part of the original recipe.enjoy!

    Recipe #422021

    I just love this recipe, I have been putting it on everything! It is mild and fresh. Goes wonderfully on a fresh salad from the garden. It is delicious drizzled on pizza, bread, noodles etc. I found this in a cookbook by Nancy Harmon Jenkins.

    Recipe #417096

    I found this recipe on the internet and thought it sounded good so I have posted it here to share and for safe keeping. It is spiced ground beef/lamb baked on top of flat bread. Recipe adapted from "Saudi Arabia Magazine" (an official publication of the Information Office of the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia). The serving amount and time to make is my guess.

    Recipe #415491

    I found this recipe off of the internet to post for NA*ME tag. I'll be trying it out this weekend hopefully. I can imagine it would go wonderfully with cheese, soup, or as an appetizer with hummus or any other kind of dip.

    Recipe #401466

    I love these doughnuts; the orange glaze which has orange juice and zest in it is delicious! This recipe is perfect if you are baking for the holidays or having guests over. We have been making this recipe for about 5 yrs. We found it in the Oct. /Nov. 1999 Taste of Home magazine. Yield is about 36 crullers/ 18-20 servings

    Recipe #397600

    How can you improve upon lemon and garlic?! I found this delicious sounding recipe from the book: http://www.amazon.com/Arabesque-Morocco-Turkey-Lebanon-ebook/dp/B001O1O7W6/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2 (posted for North Africa and Middle East tag)

    Recipe #397078

    A delicious blend of sweet with aromatic spices, olives, lemon and parsley. this is a recipe from the book: http://www.amazon.com/Arabesque-Taste-Morocco-Turkey-Lebanon/dp/030726498X (Posted for North Africa Middle East Tag)

    Recipe #397052

    We made this last night and really enjoyed it,even had it again for lunch today. They are filled with re-fried beans, beef, Mexican spiced rice, jalapenos, cheese and all the other toppings/fillers that you want. This recipe is also good since it serves 8-10 with only 1lb of meat! You can use either ground turkey as we do or ground beef, doesn't really matter. Hope you like this as much as we do.

    Recipe #394746

    This is one of my most favorite recipes. It has very few ingredients but turns out very well. When you take it out of the oven you can hear the crust crackling-very nice! Hope you like it as much as we do. (If you want to use whole wheat you can add only a half a cup to this recipe -more than that will make the bread dense) Also if you only have active dry yeast- double the yeast amount to 1/2 tsp. Note* since it is a no-knead recipe it is a pretty flat loaf with a max. height of about 5-7 inches.

    Recipe #393599

    This recipe has pesto not only on top but in the crust too! We have for years had pesto pizza regularly for lunches since we often have huge basil plants to make pesto from, but recently I thought of adding even more pesto flavor by adding it to the crust.

    Recipe #393583

    Garlic, olives, and tahini are the main flavors of this dip. I love this recipe, it has so much flavor. I found this on: http://www.geocities.com/umhajar/gripe10.html Posted for Ramadan Tag 2009

    Recipe #390555

    I love this salad, the ingredients and the flavors are great. It is a fresh yet flavorful salad that can be used as a side dish or main dish lunch as I usually make it. I found this recipe in The Arab Table by: May Bsisu http://www.amazon.com/Arab-Table-Recipes-Culinary-Traditions/dp/0060586141 a few years back and have been making it ever since.

    Recipe #390554

    Similar to fig newtons but with dates! It uses honey to sweeten it instead of sugar which compliments the dates nicely. This recipe is from the American Wholefoods Cuisine cookbook.

    Recipe #389547

    Easy to make, it has a light flavor that goes great with salads or whatever else you normally would use mayonnaise in. I use it all the time as a mayo substitute and it works great.

    Recipe #389339

    A tasty spiced cheese similar to cream cheese that can be used as a spread over pita, or with cucumber slices, crackers, chips or whatever you like. This is my own za'atar recipe but if you have your own you can use that instead if you like, since mine isn't all that authentic. ;) (The preparation time includes letting the yogurt drain.)

    Recipe #379701

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