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    The idea and most of the directions come from a Russian cookbook. This is a variation on the green schi, a green meat-based soup served with half a hard-boiled egg in the bowl. It is great when made with sorrel (and can be made with a jar of schav), but, lacking that, some spinach and some lemon juice will do. The original recipe calls for an unspecified cut of beef, but I like it with beef heart, the silken texture of which matches the green soup perfectly.

    Recipe #402191

    1 Reviews |  By Anya

    This is a spicy, hearty Georgian soup. It is traditionally made with meat, but I adapted a vegetarian version from a Georgian cookbook. It calls for the khmeli-suneli spice mix, of which there are as many varieties as there are cooks who make it themselves. The khmeli-suneli spice mix is available from Russian food stores, or can be mixed to your own taste. One recipe of this mix is <a href="http://www.recipezaar.com/Khmeli-Suneli-Spice-Mix-from-Georgia-289998">Khmeli-suneli spice mix from Georgia</a>.

    Recipe #391347

    1 Reviews |  By Anya

    These meatballs are some of the best I ever had. They have a light texture, a delicate balance of spices, and a nice creamy sauce. The recipe, with just one small change, comes from a package of Just Perfect seasoned ground turkey. Note that there is not much sauce, so if you want a lot of sauce, you might want to double the liquids and the flour. These meatballs are good over noodles or rice.

    Recipe #383250

    2 Reviews |  By Anya

    A soft-boiled egg with cheese, herbs, butter, and a dash of pepper in a cup or a glass makes a very fast breakfast. I got the idea from a restaurant in Prague. You can pick your favorite cheese, herbs, and spices. I originally made this with parmesan. Sharp cheeses work better and are tastier if you slice and crumble them or shred them for yourself, rather than use packaged shredded cheese.

    Recipe #383206

    1 Reviews |  By Anya

    The meat filling is very flavorful, with ketchup giving it sweetness and complexity. Instead of peppers, you can make porcupine meatballs or stuffed tomatoes.

    Recipe #383075

    This is a very filling and quick salad that can be made in a hurry to feed your vegan and non-vegan friends. I have seen similar recipes, but this one is my own invention.

    Recipe #383017

    12 Reviews |  By Anya

    You won't believe how easy and good it is. Try this and you may never be able to eat a shrimp soup in a Thai restaurant again. This is a blend of two recipes from a really good Thai cookbook, adapted to use easier-to-find ingredients (as recommended in the book, ginger instead of galangal, lime juice instead of lime leaves) and simplified a little. You can make it also with thinly sliced chicken breast instead of shrimp if you add the chicken about the time you add mushrooms and tomatoes and cook everything for a bit longer.

    Recipe #29351

    10 Reviews |  By Anya

    This is the closest I could get to Bertucci's sausage soup. I find that the quality of the sausage meat you use is critical in the recipe and try to use better sausage whenever I can.

    Recipe #23823

    This is not a common tomato salad, although all of the ingredients are quite common. The recipe was given to me by a Lithuanian acquaintance, but I don't know if it is Lithuanian or her personal creation.

    Recipe #21634


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