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    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe has been entered for ZWT II & my source is: www.mangiabenepasta.com/seafood.html. Times were not included, so have been estimated.

    Recipe #172810

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe has been entered for ZWT II & was found on the net courtesy of The Straits Cafe at: straitscafe.com. It is so easy to prepare & the name kinda says it all, doesn't it? Times have been estimated.

    Recipe #172809

    Potatoes are nearly religious in Iceland. If I put the most extravagant “potato-less” meal ever created in front of Siggi … he scans it, frowns & says “Hmm. No potatoes, huh?” In addition, SusieQusie accuses me (rightly so) of sleeping comfortably while Siggi trots off to work … so I thot I'd "marry" these 2 concepts & devised his now favourite G-N-G (Grab, Nuke & Go) breakfast. (Time doesn't include time spent originally fixing the potatoes or hard-boiling the egg)

    Recipe #171107

    Swift & Company provides this recipe which surely would have to rank in the "Top 10" of ways to turn the ordinary pork chop into something extraordinary. It's an easy fix & the use of Dijon mustard & brie cheese provides its "French connection".

    Recipe #170962

    8 Reviews |  By twissis

    I saw last nite that the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission has gone international in their efforts. They may do their bit to help Canadians keep warm w/ Café French, but they also work at keeping Italians happy w /this!

    Recipe #170960

    This was entered for ZWT II & the girl from Iceland asks "How do those Canadians stay warm?" Well, here's a little insight from the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission. (Somehow I found that to be a little bit of a contradiction, but what do I know?)

    Recipe #170902

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This soup from The Radish Council is very unique - a combination that never would've occurred to me. It is incredibly easy to prepare & certain to make a taste & visual impression to be remembered.

    Recipe #170879

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    I liked this recipe I found in "Food for 50" for it's ease of prep & because it would allow me to bring a taste of Africa & Morocco to my Icelandic kitchen. It's also the 1st recipe I've seen that came w/a "warning" of sorts - "Use sparingly to season soups, stews & meats. The flavor profile compliments Moroccan & African dishes, but remember spice flavors intensify when toasted." (Use for marinades, rubs & general seasoning)

    Recipe #170871

    5 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II. I was half-raised on Czech food & loved it! I confess I found this on the net some time ago, but didn't document a source. What I copied did contain the name Sylvia Sajna & said "A very delicious stuffed pepper recipe w/a yummy creamy tomato sauce."

    Recipe #170833

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being entered for ZWT II & my source is fooddownunder.com. Funny the things you can find after so many yrs of loving & craving Czech kolaches. I was raised on them, but this kolache variation sounds wonderful to me & is so easy to make. This may well become my NEW favorite kolache! (Yield depends on size of tart made & has been "roughly estimated". Time does not include time to chill the dough.)

    Recipe #170778

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II & my source is africa.upenn.edu/Cookbook/Dessert. The intro says "It is my belief that parfaits are best made to order. If you must prepare ahead of time, freeze before adding the whipped cream."

    Recipe #170546

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe has been posted for ZWT II & my source is my "Classic Scandanavian Cooking" cookbook by Nika Hazelton. Per the intro, "From Mrs. Arne Christiansen, who lived in America but cooked in the best Danish manner. This cake is quick & easy to make."

    Recipe #170521

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This is being posted for ZWT II & my recipe source is epicurean.com who acknowledged their source as "A Taste of Acadie", by Marielle Cormier-Boudreau. (Time does not include time for pie pastry to cool)

    Recipe #170498

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe has been posted for ZWT II & my source is www.recipes4us.co.uk/Desserts%20and%20Puddings/Belgian%20Plum%20Flan. This recipe wasn't very "Post Your Recipe" friendly as it expressed everything in both metric & US measurements, so I had to make a choice again (Time does not include cooling time)

    Recipe #170489

    5 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II & my source is cookinglouisiana.com. I love the intro! ... "Here in South Louisiana we're always taking the usual & making it unusually good. Homemade hamburgers are subject to this treatment! We'll twist this one up some & see if we can make our taste buds smile the Cajun way!" (Time does not include refrigeration time)

    Recipe #170488

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    Trail mix isn’t a unique idea, but I often have ingredient issues here & got inspired by Ultimate Trail Snack Mix recipe #161253 by looneytunesfan. Using ingredients I easily found at my local bargain grocery store, I put this together & we plan to give it my DH’s family in an assorted food gift Christmas basket. The packaging is what makes it fun & “candy for the eyes”. I saved clear glass bottles, pretty ones w/tight-fitting caps or corks. A cognac bottle & heart-shaped limoncello bottle from Italy come to mind as I type. I removed the labels, filled them w/the trail mix & put them in our freezer to await the holidays. Some bottles even came in boxes that will be gift-wrapped. I’ll put 1 in ea basket & make gift labels that say “This bottle is refillable. If I get it back, you’ll get it back next Christmas.” … Just 1 more way a family tradition is born.

    Recipe #170487

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II, but will definitely be on our table very soon. The recipe appears to span 2 continents. While discovered on an on-line search for New Zealand recipes at www.recipes.co.nz, it is then described as “an adaptation of the traditional Hungarian Goulash”. The meat & sauce are prepared separately & combined at the end to protect & enhance the flavours of the lamb & sauce. (Note: The recipe strangely combined the use of metric & US standard measurements. I felt that was confusing & converted to all US style as I suspect there are more of “you” on RZ than “us”.)

    Recipe #170486

    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II & my source is asianonlinerecipes.com. The name says it all, but once again the word lamb convinced me to choose this recipe. (Stated time does not include time for meat to marinate)

    Recipe #170485

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being posted for ZWT II & my source is asianonlinerecipes.com. Since I have a special fondness for Tex-Mex fare, I'm no stranger to using avocado & this is amazingly simple. I must admit I've never made an avocado dessert & didn't even know you could. (Stated time does not include chilling time)

    Recipe #170484

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is being entered for ZWT II & my source is www.foodlovers.com. They acknowledged Helen Jackson & described her as "an Auckland-based foodie who teaches cooking classes, catering & designing recipes." (The yield & times were not specified, so have been estimated w/some fear & trepidation)

    Recipe #170314

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