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    This recipe is based on a recipe from www.allrecipes.com This is the link to see the original recipe: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Simple-Pork-and-Cabbage-Skillet/Detail.aspx?ms=1&prop25=46139825&prop26=WhatsCooking&prop27=2010-10-14&prop28=RecipeArea1&prop29=FullRecipe_4&me=1 By: Dan This is a simple and hearty meal for a chilly day. It adjusts easily to suit any taste. Serve with mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #441323

    This recipe comes directly from Recipe #363763 by dianegrapegrower with some changes to make it less caloric.

    Recipe #419895

    This recipe is from http://international-grub.blogspot.com/2009/09/afganistan-qabili-pilau.html Wikipedia says that Qabili Pilau is the national dish of Afganistan

    Recipe #415807

    This recipe is from http://www.recipeisland.com/blog/recipe-island/antigua-barbuda-recipes/antigua-barbuda-national-dish-recipe/ Wikipedia says that Fungie and Pepperpot is the national dish of Antigua and Barbuda The national dish of Antigua and Barbuda is fungie (pronounced as foon-gee) and pepper pot. Fungie is a dish that is similar to the Italian Polenta, and is almost completely made from cornmeal. Fungi & Pepperpot is a thick rich vegetable stew that is made with yam, salted meat, served with Antiguans’ famous fungie.

    Recipe #415686

    This recipe is from http://www.thegutsygourmet.net/natl-andorra.html Wikipedia says that Escudella is the national dish of Andorra Pages, in Catalan, means peasant, rural, or rustic.

    Recipe #415684

    This recipe is from http://gadgets360.wordpress.com/2006/01/08/2/ Wikipedia says that Byrek Shqipëtar me perime is one of the national dishes of Albania Byrek Shqipëtar me perime is an Albanian recipe for cooking pies. Albanian pies are generally made of thin pastry leaves which can be rolled out at home or bought as filo dough at a supermarket. Most of the pies prepared by Albanian cooks are not sweet; instead, pie fillings are almost always salty. Thus, a piece of such a pie may well serve as the main dish of a meal.

    Recipe #415683

    This recipe is from http://www.bigoven.com/152669-Baked-Lamb-with-Yogurt-(Tave-Kosi)-recipe.html Wikipedia says that Tavë kosi is the national dish of Albania

    Recipe #415675

    This recipe is from http://international-grub.blogspot.com/2009/09/angola-muamba-de-galinha.html Wikipedia says that Muamba de Galinha is the national dish of Angola If you have 250ml canned palm soup base ('sauce graine' or 'noix de palme') or home-made nyembe sauce you can add it to this dish.

    Recipe #415075

    A slightly altered recipe from Kraft Canada's Easy Pleasing Meatloaf. I've made it a few times and really like it; it lives up to it's name quite well. This would probably work with other kinds of meats as well as meatless mixtures.

    Recipe #365007


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