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    Arni Gemisto Me Horta Ke Feta from "The Foods of the Greek Islands Cooking and Culture at the Crossroads of the Mediterranean" by Aglaia Kremezi, this Andros recipe is generally made with a whole baby lamb. The instructions are long but it is not hard to make and, in fact, you do the stuffing the night before (or in the morning) and then there is just the roasting to be done before dinner. Prep time includes 30 minjutes for cooling down the stuffing and three hours for chilling the stuffed lamb (the minimum).

    Recipe #142009

    From "A Taste of Australia: The Bather's Pavilion Cookbook" by Victoria Alexander and Genevieve Harris, this ricotta is easier to turn out and slice when it is cold, so you can bake it the day before you wish to serve it, slice it when it is cold and then let it come to room temperature. It is best made in a nonstick loaf tin, 25 cm (10 in) long, 5 cm (2 in) wide and 7.5 cm (3 in) deep. The baked ricotta is also delicious served with fresh fruits. Prep time does not include time to cool ricotta.

    Recipe #141999

    Another recipe from Australia's Black Swan Winery, which recommends a nice Shiraz with this fusion dish.

    Recipe #141984

    According to the Black Swan Winery, in Australian cuisine, seafood is a constant. Here, the saffron adds a bit of drama to this delicately sweet salmon, while the crunch of chopped nuts contrasts marvelously with the soft-cooked greens.

    Recipe #141982

    A wonderful meze or side dish or even vegetarian main dish. Delicious with Recipe #59951. From "The Glorious Food of Greece."

    Recipe #141973

    A lovely dessert from "The Glorious Foods of Greece" by Diane Kochilas. A Lenten specialty (no butter) from Macedonia. I like to add bourbon-soaked raisins (recipe #120760) along with the nuts and cinnamon. These are great for parties.

    Recipe #141972

    A lovely salad from Olives in Washington, DC.

    Recipe #141890

    This recipe is from chef Nora Pouillon, owner of Nora's in Washington, DC, a "certified" organic restaurant and a quite wonderful place to dine. Vegetable stock may be substituted for the chicken broth.

    Recipe #141888

    A very simple to make salad from Ghana with really complex flavors. Make it as spicy as you like by using hot instead of sweet paprika and upping the cayenne.

    Recipe #141780

    Adapted from "Charleston Receipts" and attributed to Mrs. Henry Church, this is an authentic she crab soup recipe. Mrs. Church shares a 'secret'--if unable to obtain she crabs and thus have no roe, crumble the yolks of hard boiled eggs in the bottom of the soup plates. Please note there is a difference between the egg-bearing female crabs who carry their eggs outside their shells and which are generally illegal to be harvested, and the she crabs which contain roe within their shells and which are legal. These are available via mail order from several seafood houses in the Carolinas and Georgia. Please also note that the spicing of the soup is very mild but very traditional--if you prefer it to be more highly spiced, you can of course add more and additional spices.

    Recipe #141401

    This is the recipe for Gigot d'Agneau aux Flageolets of Brasserie Balzar in Paris. If you can't find the pretty pale green flageolets, substitute cannellini or great northern beans. The beans need to be soaked overnite so 12 hours soaking time is included in the cooking time.

    Recipe #139848

    This comes from Michael Robert's "Parisian Homecooking" and is a typical flageolot dish--and typically served with lamb. Any bitter green--chard, sorrel, collard--can be substituted for the dandelion greens.

    Recipe #139844

    Sort of French baked beans--a gratin which is wonderful served alongside grilled or roasted meat, particularly lamb. From a James Peterson recipe. Cook time includes overnight soaking of the dried beans.

    Recipe #139789

    From the Chicago Tribune, a shortcut duck l'orange

    Recipe #139599

    With both butter and Scotch, this sauce is the real thing! It's infinitely better than the kind you buy in a jar, and it takes only about 10 minutes to make. Serve it over ice cream or over grilled pineapple slices or with both together, or as a dessert waffle topping, along with sliced bananas and chopped walnuts. From "Short and Sweet: 150 Sophisticated Desserts in No Time at All" by Melanie Barnard.

    Recipe #139231

    Serve this pretty mixture of white rice studded with vibrant green, pale green, black and red either hot or cold. It goes very well with seafood. From "The Moroccan Collection: Traditional Flavors from Northern Africa" by Hilaire Walden.

    Recipe #139227

    From "The Moroccan Collection: Traditional Flavors from Northern Africa" by By Hilaire Walden. A delicious and very easy dish--serve garnished with fresh mint and lemon wedges and plently of warm bread on the side.

    Recipe #139225

    Ginger arrived in Italy with Arabic traders or North African Jewish immigrants, so it's likely that this is a Sicilian or Livornese recipe. From "Cucina Ebraica" by Joyce Goldstein.

    Recipe #139220

    This version of crème brûlée takes on an Irish touch with the addition of toasted oatmeal and a hit of Bushmills. Patrick McLarnon, chef at Ardtara, County Londonderry, keeps it a fixture on the menu although he changes the fruit compote seasonally. Here he uses a small ramekin which is a perfect size given the richness of the crème. From "The Irish Heritage Cookbook" by Margaret Johnson

    Recipe #139199

    One of the nicest ways to begin a meal is with a chilled terrine of fish. This salmon-cod combination, flavored and colored with fresh spinach leaves, is a favorite at Eniscree Lodge, a charming country retreat perched on a County Wicklow hillside in Eniskerry. Served with brown soda bread, the terrine is perfect for a luncheon dish or as a first course for dinner. From "The Irish Heritage Cookbook"

    Recipe #139176

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