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    This is an easy, unusual vegetable dish with a burst of exotic flavor. Got it from a girlfriend, and everyone I've made it for raves about it. Note: If I (or anyone else I know who's tried it) ever makes a mistake with this recipe, it's in adding (too much) water. You don't want to have to drain this dish before serving! Keep in mind that the courgettes produce moisture too when cooking. When you put the lid on to cook, you really only need the barest amount of water in the pan.

    Recipe #287120

    Am not sure how easy smoked eel is to find elsewhere (it's very popular in Holland), but if you can find it, the flavour of this rich, tasty soup is awesome (an well as bursting with broccoli and omega-3 goodness). Also turns out ok using smoked salmon, but eel is best! Please note: I think chicken bullion cubes are bigger in Europe than the US. The recipe needs about 15 grams.

    Recipe #252007

    This cold appetizer is healthy, elegant and bursting with rich, tangy flavour thanks to the combination of shrimp, lemon juice and truffle oil. Wish I'd made it up, but it was actually created by a palace chef for Queen Victoria - it was one of her favourites!

    Recipe #252001

    This creamy, refreshing fruit and yogurt-based sundae is quick and easy to make, and a festive-looking finish to a summertime meal.

    Recipe #235837

    Many people have an aversion to liver because of its strong taste, but chicken liver is much more subtle than that of other animals. This recipe is an easy, lively and - I think - very tasty combination for those who dare.

    Recipe #171569


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