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    I make this rub to go on my Carne Asada. I did not include salt but salt the meat to taste. Note, Pasilla Chili Powder is the same as Ancho Chili Powder.

    Recipe #420004

    This is a really good way to do sweet potatoes without all the brown sugar and sweetness that normally accompanies them.

    Recipe #414708

    This humble and interesting dish graced every festive family meal, created by my host-mom in Voronezh, Russia. We've shared it back home with friends here in the states, and they get hooked! It seems like the flavors wont mix, but they do perfectly. The dish is so versatile, it can be served cold with crackers or baguette slices, between slices of bread for a sandwich, or pop it in the oven for a gooey cheesy dip. If you can afford it, try fresh crab. But honestly, the imitation crab does just fine. Try it, you'll like it! :)

    Recipe #338430

    This has been a weekly staple my whole life, the one recipe my mom cooked for the family really well. She would also take it to potlucks, and my little cousin begged for more helpings of the "chicken in the van". That is now the name we use for this dish. It is a little different than the standard Divan recipe, but try it- you'll love it. The tarragon, nutmeg and touch of cinnamon work beautifully, don't be afraid! The waterchestnuts, while neutral in flavor, give a great chrunch. Everyone who's tried this recipe has loved it...a good Midwesterny comfort-dish perfect for potlucks.

    Recipe #338370

    This is a really tastey spinach salad... I normally serve it with some sort of steak, but it would work with pretty much anything... We eat it warm and never have any leftovers, but I think it would be good cold as well.

    Recipe #228130

    This is a quick and easy borsh (everyone spells it different) recipe that tastes pretty close to the homemade stuff I had in Russia. I use a food processor to shred all of the veggies, which saves a huge amount of time.

    Recipe #141812


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