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    Boljol is a spicy salsa like condiment commonly found in the Caribbean, and is said to mean "hot mouth." Served on fries, bakes, toast, rolls, or even crackers.

    Recipe #504721

    I received this recipe from a friend in Barbados. It reminds me of a corn pudding, or very soft cornbread.

    Recipe #504718

    This sounds like an interesting breakfast. I think 1 egg would work instead of 2 yolks. From the Advocate (Baton Rouge newspaper) who say the recipe is by Patrick Ashton, of New Orleans.

    Recipe #503861

    Fluffy sweet spiral rolls with chocolate chips hidden inside. According to artisanbreadbaking.com "In place of mahlepi, you may use 1 tsp ground allspice, 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon and 1/2 tsp caraway seeds" (mahlepi is a Greek spice made from the seeds of the St Lucie cherry) and according to food subs.com you can substitute ouzo or sambuca for the masticha (an anise flavored Greek alcohol.) Recipe from cretatrapezomata.blogspot.com for ZWT9

    Recipe #503757

    Simple, airy pita bread. from Saveur magazine April 2006

    Recipe #503432

    A simple, refreshing dessert from Cambodia. The author notes that many people do not have an oven, and cook the custard in a steamer until it sets. From khmerkromrecipes.com

    Recipe #503202

    A spicy beef mixture baked on top of crusty french bread - like an open faced meatloaf sandwich. from khmerkromrecipes.com for ZWT9

    Recipe #503200

    A refreshing tart carbonated komquat-ade from Cambodia. Calamondins are a cross between a kumquat and a mandarin - I was unable to find either at my local grocery so I made it using 1 medium sized naval orange. The original recipe calls for 3 tbsp of sugar, which makes an incredibly tart beverage - I used sprite and 1/2 cup of sugar because the original was too strong for my tastes. from khmerkromrecipes.com

    Recipe #503196

    Simple steamed eggs with fresh coriander and tomatoes. Steaming the eggs gives them a light, airy texture that is almost custard like. I used garden fresh tomatoes, which released their juices into the eggs, so canned would probably work better. This would also be good with ham or bacon and cheese instead of the tomatoes, although it wouldn't be a Thai recipe anymore :) The original recipe called for 2 cups of broth, but I reduced it to 1 cup since it didn't set fully with 2 cups. from ezythiacooking.com for ZWT9

    Recipe #502804

    This sweet and creamy dessert has a similar consistency to cheesecake. The rose and orange waters with the pistachio topping is very light and lovely - I also tried it topped with cherry and mint which complimented the rose water amazingly. The syrup will be more than you need for the recipe, but it is supposed to keep well. I couldn't find Kiri cream cheese spread, so I used regular cream cheese. from tasteofbeirut.com

    Recipe #502801

    A sweet coconut bread with a light almond flavor and little bits of dried fruit. Eat a slice as a snack, dessert, or as toast for breakfast. The bread is a little crumbly (like banana bread,) and absolutely delicious! from caribbeanchoice.com

    Recipe #502791

    An amazing combination of ingredients for a tex-mex grilled cheese sandwich. From closetcooking.com.

    Recipe #484341

    Creamy augratin potatoes, for your crockpot. An excellent, and easy side dish. Based on Lavender Lynn's Creamy AuGratin Potatoes Recipe #482036, for ZWT8

    Recipe #484241

    Light coconut mousse, from Marta Benica

    Recipe #483592

    A rich tomato bisque - which makes a nice change from salsa and pasta sauce with an overabundant tomato garden. I used the recommended mint, and thought basil might be a more appropriate herb. This recipe could really work with any color ripe tomato - but the yellow/orange tomatoes make a really pretty soup. I used 2 cups of stock because I like thicker soups - use 3 if you prefer it thinner. From Fine Cooking.

    Recipe #483234

    Queso Blanco - white cheese dip for nachos, served in Tex Mex restaurants. I imagine you could use yellow American cheese for regular queso dip - from penniesonaplatter.com

    Recipe #483145

    Rissoles are sausage patty sized burgers. From The Australian Woman's Weekly.

    Recipe #483082

    Savarins are buttery yeast-leavened cakes after a famous French politician. Serve with your favorite berries or pie filling. From Country Living

    Recipe #483033

    Yummy buttery crispy smashed potatoes. Excellent side dish, based on the recipe by Australian food writer Jill Dupleix.

    Recipe #483026

    Recipe #482708

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