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    Family legend has it that this originated with the Danish royal family. Apparently my mother's friend knew the cook. It is by far my favorite stuffing and of course we stuff chickens etc. with it and even make it as a vegan casserole by leaving out the poultry all together. I have modified it somewhat over the years but it is still basically the same recipe.

    Recipe #193719

    This soup's flavor is very different from your traditional pea soup. It is not sweet but has a spicy flavor very different from the 'savory' flavor of most pea soups. I love any pea soup but this one is the one I yearn for. Sometimes I add even more carrot if I think we need more carrots in our diet.

    Recipe #193576

    A delicious and inexpensive side dish to go with meat or chicken and rice. Vegetable simmered in tomato-based homemade sauce. Vegetables can be anything that can be cut up and simmered, or any combination. Suggestions: potato, caulifower, eggplant, zucchini, green beans. We learned the basic cooking technique from Afghan friends and vary it to our mood.

    Recipe #192168

    I invented this for a Halloween party at work several years ago. It is based on traditionsal Iranian "khoresh" (stew). It went over extremely well, and no one knew they were eating lamb.

    Recipe #192157

    Made with the cross between broccoli and cauliflower. This adds a nice color to the soup and a richer flavor than white cauliflower. Made with fresh ingredients (except for the organic chicken broth).

    Recipe #191717

    An authentic guacamole recipe we learned from Guatemalan friends. We have been spoiled and will only eat guacamole with authentic fresh ingredients. Don't cheat when you make this recipe!

    Recipe #191596

    A light nutritious dish that can be eaten as a dip, with pita, as a sauce on rice or kebab or as a side dish. A traditional Iranian recipe. We eat a lot of this in the summer. It is far better with a real home country style yogurt, low fat yogurt just doesn't cut it.

    Recipe #180210

    A light summer side dish. A traditionsl Iranian recipe

    Recipe #179886


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