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    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Resturant style breaded and fried wings with a sweet barbeque sauce to coat.

    Recipe #402913

    Simple to make with traditional indian flavor. The spices called for are generally easy to find as well. Can be served alone or with rice.

    Recipe #395088

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    A simple and easy to prepare salad. It's both tasty and colorful.

    Recipe #378843

    Stollen has been sold at the Dresden Christmas market since the 15th century. Each year the city puts on a Stollen Festival to celebrate the food that takes its name from the Saxon city. In imitation of the gigantic Stollen baked in the city in 1730 on the occasion of Augustus the Strong's grand festival of baroque proportions, each year the bakers of Dresden produce a 3000 to 4000 kg stollen. It is cut into half-pound sections and served to the festival visitors. The following recipe won't supply an entire city but the two 12-inch loaves it produces will feed a good-sized family. Based on a recipe from German Traditional Cooking by Tony Schmaeling

    Recipe #342518

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    A nice fall bread excellent spread with cream cheese or butter. Sort of on the idea of a pumpkin bread. This was a recipe from Lord & Taylor from quite a few years ago. They had a salute to Savannah Geeorgia and were serving miniatures of this bread at their store resturants. Our Local Paper snagged the recipe from their chef.

    Recipe #338312

    4 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    A rich buttery and decadent dessert made famous at Furrs Cafateria in Texas. While the original is a trade secret, a former employee of Furrs experimented after watching the chef make it. she says this came close enogh to the original for her. Since she worked there and had this almost every day i'll take her word for it. Enjoy :)

    Recipe #330828

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    A nice flavorful quick bread. The apples and berries complement each other very nicely. The oatmeal makes for an added flavor complement as well.

    Recipe #330799

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    reduced calorie. Fancy looking, yet easy to make. The combination and colors make it equally good as a Summer time treat or Valentines day dessert. For the US Fourth of July or Memorial day Holidays try garnishing the top with some fresh strawberries and blueberries, to give it a red, white & blue flag motif.

    Recipe #317941

    Rich and decadent Strawberry cake. Not that hard to make, yet elegant enough for any special occasion.

    Recipe #314411

    Linda Dembroski who originated the recipe said: "This German New Year's soup contains pork and sauerkraut for good luck in the new year. It's wonderful with fresh warm bread. This recipe has been a family tradition for forty years"

    Recipe #314406

    The Caribbean coast of Guatemala has a wealth of fresh fish and coconuts. This dish, which frequently contains a wide variety of seafood, including squid, crab, shrimp, red snapper, sea bass, or mako shark, is an expression of this natural bounty. Achiote, also known as annatto, is a red-orange vegetable dye used to color dishes throughout Latin America.

    Recipe #313633

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Use your favorite mix of crisp salad greens For this colorful, main dish salad; topped with chicken strips and a zesty raspberry chipotle vinaigrette. Works equally well at a dinner table or an outdoor barbecue picnic table.

    Recipe #292394

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Italian hearty country style meal. Easy to prepare with a wonderful old world flavor. Can be eaten as is with a glass of wine and some warm Italian bread, or it can be served Stroganoff style over noodles or rice.

    Recipe #282920

    A creamed chicken dish with a Latin Flair. A bit out of the ordinary in that while it is a traditional Latin dish it's one that does not use the more expected tomato type bases.

    Recipe #278483

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Nice breakfast treat. Tastes wonderful toasted with butter and or jam or cream cheese. You can substitute raisins or dates when craisins are not in season.

    Recipe #268217

    Traditional German Xmas Spice Cookies.

    Recipe #200750

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Can't vouch for this as I've never tried it. Let us know how close it comes. Found this recipe online for a request by a member that bought some in a candy shop.

    Recipe #183409

    These are excellent with tea or coffee. They are very similar to the one's sold at Trader Joe's.

    Recipe #179845

    6 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Sticky toffee pudding that is still made to John Tovey's original recipe. Some even say it's the best in the world. Most desserts are worthy of applause, but rare is the one that warrants a standing ovation, as does this authentic toffee pudding.

    Recipe #149747

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    This is a basic Indian Bread Somewhat like a Pita. The cookbook says that besides "Chappati" it is also known as "Phulka". It does not explain the difference between the two names so I assume it's a regional or dialect issue. This recipe is from "A taste of Palace Life Royal Indian Cookery" by Manju Shivraj Singh

    Recipe #132540

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