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    These are the most extra-ordinary sandwiches. They are best if you find the round muffuletta bread which is an Sicilian bread with sesame seeds. But don't let it stop you if you have to use another shape of type of Italian bread. The key ingredient is the Olive Mix. Ideally you want to make the sandwich an hour or two before eating it so the juices from the olive mix can soak into the bread, which makes this a perfect picnic sandwich.

    Recipe #467354

    This is a sweet soup, porridge or pudding from Arrmenia. It is served at Christmas and New Years. The apricots are optional. However many recipes speak of having 5 pomegranate seeds as part of the garnish.

    Recipe #467155

    This is traditionally eaten at New Year's in Scotland.

    Recipe #467143

    For special occasions like New Year's

    Recipe #467131

    Traditional in Germany at New Year's.

    Recipe #467100

    German folklore says that eating herring at the stroke of midnight will bring luck in the new year. However, this can be eaten any time.

    Recipe #467093

    Traditionally eaten by Itallians for New Year's luck. It is an Italian street food.

    Recipe #467091

    Both Polish and German tradition call for eating herring at New Year's. This is a refreshing way to enjoy it.

    Recipe #467089

    A good oyster is like a poached egg, you just warm it, you don't cook it all the way. This delicacy is reserved for the first day of the year and is eaten to ensure an active libido in the new year.

    Recipe #467057

    This is the secret of a great Muffuletta. It is always BEST if you make it 1 day to 1 week ahead of use. Giardiniera, a relish of pickled veggies in vinegar onions, celery, zucchini, carrots and cauliflower is traditionally used and can be added. I do not generally have that around the house, so I use this recipe.

    Recipe #466977

    These are so versatile. You can crumble over ice cream or into yogurt. Use them in place of chocolate chips for all the flavor with a different texture. Use them in a layered cake. Use them to make a pie crust. Be creative!!!!! This is Christina Tosi's recipe. She was on Today this morning. Apparently the woman lives on sugar. She say say she is a hummingbird.

    Recipe #466728

    These little biscuits can be served with a meal or be a meal all alone. Serve with veggies or a salad. Or use a tiny muffin tin and make appetizers.

    Recipe #466697

    I had some almond butter that had been around for a while and wanted to use it. So, I made these. It could be done with any nut butter you happen to have on hand. Can be nuggets or flat cookies.

    Recipe #466586

    This is a very traditional Thai Panang Curry Paste. It only takes about 2 tablespoons for most dishes. You can freeze the rest for future use. The first person to review this made numerous substitutions. I am so glad she made it anyway. I, strongly, believe if you don't have an ingredient - SUBSTITUTE!!! It is so much better than not trying something new.

    Recipe #466581

    Fresh, colorful and delicious!

    Recipe #466580

    This creates crunchy yummy skin. It is ridiculously easy. Thighs have more flavor than the other pieces. You can either eat this as is or use it in another recipe.

    Recipe #465954

    This is absolutely over the top delicious!!!!! It is bright and on the edge of spicey! I found this after planting 2 avocado trees. Need lots of good recipes to use my future crops.

    Recipe #465837

    This is a dark red fish. Most people throw them back. Now I know why. But you can always use any fish you want to for the fish tacos.

    Recipe #465434

    These are simple and can be infinite in variety.

    Recipe #464821

    There is a very nice flavor and will vary depending on the chutney you use. I have mango trees, so have copious quantities of various mango chutneys. It is great as a tea sandwich!

    Recipe #464814

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