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    This in an incredible spice blend used in Lebanese cooking. It is great as a rub for meats and poultry.

    Recipe #440522

    Bun is a traditional Vietnamese herb noodle salad that is dressed with Nuoc Cham Sauce. Many families have their different ways of preparing the sauce, but I like this one the best. If you have a difficult time finding the Thai chili, the Persian cucumbers, or the Thai basil, you can substitute them with a Serrano chili, an English cucumber (1 instead of 2), and sweet Italian basil.

    Recipe #440521

    This is a nice fruity vinaigrette that will compliment any salad. Toss it with some baby greens and serve with your favorite tropical dish.

    Recipe #440520

    I just returned from a fabulous trip from Hawaii, and I wanted to figure out a way to make a dish that reminded me of all of the island flavors-- here is the result! Mahi Mahi is a great Hawaiian fish that is easy to find here in the States (as opposed to Opah or Ono fish which are delicious but impossible to find here...). I also wanted to try making a pineapple salsa after visiting the Dole Pineapple Plantation, and it turned out really well-- sweet and spicy! I hope you enjoy this one! Aloha!

    Recipe #440519

    I've always known that Russians pride themselves in their Vodka-- it is some of the best in the world. I wasn't aware of their elegant way of serving it until I saw it at a Russian restaurant: in a block of ice with stemmed shot glasses. I don't own stemmed shot glasses, but freezing the bottle of vodka in an ice block is a great way of serving it. The presentation is great plus it keeps it cold. Cheers!

    Recipe #440518

    In traditional Russian cuisine, the foods and ingredients are reflective of the cold, harsh climate. These foods were meant to give as much warmth and energy as possible to survive the winters, so starchy, high carbohydrate foods and high protein/ fat foods became the main components in the cuisine. This is a wonderful recipe that is a favorite dish in the Russian countryside. It is simple yet so full of flavor, and sure to warm you up on a cold Winter's day!

    Recipe #440517

    Borscht is a soup that is very popular in many Eastern and Central European countries. It is made with beetroot, which gives it it’s signature reddish-purple jewel color. Different countries have their own variations of borscht; Russian borscht is made with some type of beef or sausage. I am making mine with both; Using both meats gives the soup superb flavor. This is a true Russian classic.

    Recipe #440516

    I remember my first time visiting Jamaica. Two things stand out in my mind the most; The first is walking through the waterfalls at Dunn's River near Ocho Rios. The second... rum everywhere! I remember ladies shoving rum shots in my face trying to get me to sample it, which is hilarious because I was, like, 15! My folks grabbed my arm and yanked me away before I could sample any, but I understand why they were so invested in having people try their rum-- it is among the best in the world. This cocktail is a tribute to Jamaican rum and the island flavors of Jamaica! Please do not leave out the spiced rim-- it makes the cocktail unique and delicious! Cheers!

    Recipe #440515

    If there is a national dish of Jamaica, many would consider it to be this. Jamaican coat of arms is a popular side dish in Jamaica, and is commonly served at holiday tables. It is so delicious... it is now a popular side dish in my house as well!

    Recipe #440514

    Jamaican Jerk sauce is a delicious blend of sweet, spicy and savory flavors by combining ingredients like orange juice, brown sugar, chili, cinnamon, ginger, garlic, etc. I am marinating chicken skewers in my homemade Jamaican Jerk marinade overnight for maximum flavor. It is the best jerk marinade EVER-- you have to try it! Bob Marley CD optional...

    Recipe #440513

    There are many variations of Baklawa (Lebanese baklava)-- which I am NUTS for! But at my favorite Lebanese bakery, this style of baklawa caught my eye. It is a bit simpler to make than your typical squared nut baklawa or bird's nest baklawa, and it is very easy to eat too, which makes it a great finger food dessert in social situations.

    Recipe #440512

    Horchata is a milky white, sweet beverage that is very popular in South America, Mexico and Spain. In El Salvador, they often times add ground morro seed for additional flavor. I am omitting that part of the recipe because it is hard to find here. Other common flavors that are sometimes added are nutmeg, allspice, or a squeeze of lime

    Recipe #440511

    Café Sua Da is a delicious Vietnamese coffee drink. Typically, Vietnam-grown espresso slowly drips out of a small metal drip filter into a glass that contains a thin layer of sweetened condensed milk. It is then served hot or poured over ice as an iced coffee drink. It is very easy to make—you don’t need the drip filter to get the same effect.

    Recipe #440411

    Everybody loves homemade soup. This is a great recipe for homemade won ton soup-- the won tons can be a bit tedious to make, but it is WELL worth the effort!

    Recipe #440405

    This is a simple and delicious way to jazz up your white rice. Serve it with any tropical dish for a great twist!

    Recipe #440403

    Rau Thom is a platter of herbs that is served at every Vietnamese meal to accompany the food. Typically, it consists of mint (peppermint), Vietnamese (or Thai) basil, cilantro and limes. Sometimes families will include dill on their rau thom platter as well.

    Recipe #440387

    This is a super delicious Vietnamese curry. Every time I make it, people are blown away! It is even more flavorful the next day.

    Recipe #440385

    I think that this is officially the best cocktail that I have ever tasted! When I was in Hawaii a few months ago, a bartender at a luau made this for me. I asked him what it was, but he said he just made it up. He told me it was basically like a Long Island Iced Tea but a Hawaiian version, and that I could name it for him. I really wanted to think of something clever, but I figured why not just call it a Waikiki Iced Tea? So I did... Some things that makes this version unique is subbing the rum with coconut rum, and also the lemon and lime squeeze add really nice flavor, so don't leave them out! Lastly, this drink is so yummy and doesn't taste very strong-- but it is! Watch out! You'll be dancing the hula by the end of the night, for sure...!

    Recipe #440382

    Chocolate covered macadamia nuts are a favorite treat in Polynesian Islands, and a popular souvenir for tourists. The only problem for me, however, is that I'll open a box and eat the whole thing in an hour! When I bring these back from Hawaii, they don't last long. Here's a great way to keep them around any time! They are super easy to make-- in all of my years of working with chocolate, I find that the microwave is actually the best way to melt chocolate at home (no tempering machines here!). I am using dark, milk and white chocolates to add a little twist to an island favorite! Aloha!

    Recipe #440381

    These elegant little cookies are a popular treat in Russia at the holidays. It's funny- I grew up having these at Christmas and had no idea that these holiday cookies originated in Russia! They are delicious- whether at Christmas or any other time of the year!

    Recipe #440380

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