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    From Turkey to Central Asia, most cuisines have a hearty winter yogurt soup thickened with rice or flour and sometimes enriched with beans as well: the Armenian spas, the Turkish yogurt corbasi, the Uzbek katikli khorda and so on. This particular Armenian soup is a lighter model for milder weather, made with Swiss chard and herbs.

    Recipe #5362

    Rolled Steak, Stuffed Sicilian Style

    Recipe #5361

    4 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    English Digestive Biscuits

    Recipe #5388

    Note: You will notice there may be enough of the mixture leftover to make a smaller Tiramisu. This usually never happens to me, because I always keep tasting to make sure that there is enough sugar and chocolate. By the time I am done, there is just enough for only one pan. Don't laugh. It will happen to you too!

    Recipe #4463

    It is quite rich so you might consider smaller sized pieces.

    Recipe #4461

    7 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    This recipe is the one used at Trader Vic's in San Francisco, Ca.

    Recipe #5016

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    Recipe #4519

    Dulces de Naranja (Orange Candy)

    Recipe #4517

    6 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    Erma Gassensmith was my son's fifth grade teacher. She got the recipe from watching her mother and measuring all the ingredients as her mother made the kieflies. Her mother immigrated from Hungary. "The trick to making beautiful, tender kieflies is to handle the dough as little, and as gently, as possible. Bake the kieflies as soon as you have filled a batch so that the dough does not become warm and limp. If you feel dough has become a bit warm after filling a cookie sheet, refrigerate for 15 minutes before baking." Erma Gassensmith.

    Recipe #4465

    1 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    Following casseroles are traditional Christmas food, eaten with ham, boiled peas, boiled dried plums and pickled beets. Names in parentheses are used in Finland. Please note: Sweet potato casserole pot should not be filled more than half full to avoid bubbling over in oven.

    Recipe #4241

    5 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    This casserole is a traditional Christmas food, eaten with ham, boiled peas, boiled dried plums and pickled beets. Names in parentheses are used in Finland.

    Recipe #4240

    1 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    This was one of the great Victorian Christmas season dishes; the perfect centre piece for a cold supper buffet. A neat round joint of silverside or topside is the best for this kind of dish.

    Recipe #4216

    5 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    Applepork is a old Danish speciality, typically served at Christmas.

    Recipe #4214

    This recipe was invented to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

    Recipe #4209

    2 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    To stuff the casings, you will need a meat grinder with a sausage horn attachment. If you don't have such a device, use the mixture to make fried patties by shaping 1/4 cup of filling into a 1/2 inch thick patty and frying in hot oil until golden brown on both sides.

    Recipe #4208


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