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    2 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This kind of hash would in Finland be a weekeday evening meal. Very simple and fast, usually using previous day's leftovers.

    Recipe #136939

    5 Reviews |  By kolibri

    Creamy and delicious pasta that vegetarians and carnivores alike love. You can also divide the pasta into serving plates after step three, and instead of mixing the yolks etc. you can put them into little piles on the pasta - looks very pretty. Original recipe is from Conrad Gallagher's "In 3 easy Steps" cookbook.

    Recipe #135484

    4 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is a fantastic little starter, the figs look just like little flowers. If you can, use brown sugar and wild honey, the give more rustic taste. Original recipe is from Conrad Gallagher's "In 3 easy Steps" cookbook.

    Recipe #135481

    2 Reviews |  By kolibri

    Potjiekos has been part of the South African culture for centuries, since the first settlements at the Cape when food was cooked in a black cast-iron pot hanging from a chain over the kitchen fire. This could work as a crockpot recipe, or as a set-it and forget-it stew. Original recipe is from Conrad Gallagher's "In 3 easy Steps" cookbook.

    Recipe #135480

    1 Reviews |  By kolibri

    I don't know if this is really French, but my cookbook calls it that. In any case, it's a really tasty soup to be enjoyed in the cold autumn evenings. Use beef ribs or other meaty part on the bone.

    Recipe #134401

    Another favourite from the Two Fat Ladies - this one is a very special vegetarian food with incredible flavour. Try to find green mangos, or very very young ones - the recipe uses them because they are firm and have a tart flavour, ripe ones would give a different experience.

    Recipe #130949

    6 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is a fabulous sturdy picnic or BBQ food that's guaranteed to please the meat lovers. Traditional British dish, this would have been made in the morning, put on the bottom of the shooter's bag and eaten for lunch. The orignal recipe if from Two Fat Ladies.

    Recipe #130572

    6 Reviews |  By kolibri

    If you love ginger, you'll love these. If you don't - you can just omit the ginger. The mixture of dried and fresh pears is just perfect - the fresh ones give it moisture, the dried ones intense pear flavour. This recipe is from Starbucks' Passion for Coffee book.

    Recipe #130287

    3 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This recipe comes from my mother - originally called Emäsalo chicken salad, but I'll spare you for pronouncing that! - and was published in their sailing club's cookbook. She makes it for the boat, but it's a perfect make-ahead picnic food for land too!

    Recipe #128510

    5 Reviews |  By kolibri

    Here's a very traditional Finnish bread recipe. Typically this would be made into rolls, but no reason you couldn't make it into a loaf too. It has a great orange-yellow colour and a mild carrot flavour. It's from my trusty baking book Suuri Leivontakirja - Kotilieden parhaat leivonnaiset.

    Recipe #128455

    This is one of those make loads and eat for days recipes - easy and tasty. If you absolutely must, you can use canned tomatoes - but only if you can't get fresh tomatoes. I got the original recipe from Australian Women's Weekly Low Fat Meals in Minutes book.

    Recipe #128452

    1 Reviews |  By kolibri

    I got this receipe from Anna Olson's Sugar on Food Network Canada. I was a bit dubious about putting fresh ginger in the cake - but it gives these cakes absolutely wonderful fresh taste, like nothing else I've ever tasted. For tea-lovers, this cake is a must - it's best if you can find some matcha powder - it also gives the cake wonderful green colour. But if you can't find any matcha you can use green tea leaves - infuse them with the orange zest and strain.

    Recipe #128448

    4 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is a Sunday favourite - very tasty and easy, just put the whole meal into the oven and wait. Use whatever pieces of chicken you have available - bone on is good, I typically use legs. The recipe is my modification of a typical English Sunday roast.

    Recipe #128433

    8 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is some gorgeous finger food, I got the recipe from some food magazine ages ago. Would go well as a apetizer to a Chinese or maybe Mexican dinner. I would suggest using small tortillas, but if you only have bigger ones you also need a bigger frying pan.

    Recipe #128431

    1 Reviews |  By kolibri

    I've been searching for a recipe for something like Starbuck's low fat raspberry apple muffins, and this is the closest I've managed to get. It's based on a recipe from Waitrose magazine from February 2000.

    Recipe #128268

    This is one of those stews that's perfect for a cold night in. Normally lamb stews are done with red wine, but this one uses white - works very well, too. The wine was semi sweet Reisling so the stew has a very slight sweet taste too.

    Recipe #127439

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