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    3 Reviews |  By rainna

    The first time I had this stew was in a remote town in Morocco. The smell of the spices, bursting through the steam caught my attention, then, the flavours melted in my mouth. Serve with couscous or bread.

    Recipe #96955

    This is my creation, done in my favourite spices. Best with Ciabatta bread.

    Recipe #380244

    This is adapted from Ellice Handy's recipe book. It's a favourite tea party cake. I usually use small banana variety, called Pisang Mas in Malaysia

    Recipe #380266

    I was always interested in the crumble in peach crumble, but never liked the peach filling. Today, I decided to use bananas, and everyone went into a dreamy "Mmmmmmm...." with the first bite.

    Recipe #75414

    1 Reviews |  By rainna

    I love anything banana! This is a lovely banana dessert courtesy of Anthony Worrall Thompson.

    Recipe #97569

    When I think of family gatherings, the first thing that comes to mind are these cabbage rolls. My first memories of these cabbage rolls was a Christmas night, at age 5 or 6. My parents were at my grand uncle's home, with the adults. The family's maid swept all the young ones and sat us down on the kitchen table, with our legs dangling down. Then, she brought a huge plate of rice, mixed with these cabbage rolls, and proceded to feed us one by one, forming the meal in a rice ball with her hand. It was so good, that everyone of those kids today, look forward to cabbage rolls with steam rice at every Christmas. This recipe was handwritten by my Godmother for me. At the end of the recipe she writes, "Happy Eating."

    Recipe #386578

    This is a party starter that can be made in advance

    Recipe #500598

    I have not tried it out, but it looks yummy.

    Recipe #294825

    2 Reviews |  By rainna

    This reminds me of an asian version of Tiramisu. Recipe from Malini's Kitchen -- http://www.infolanka.com/recipes/

    Recipe #154399

    3 Reviews |  By rainna

    I had this in the afternoon one day, it was something light and refreshing to have for lunch, but was told that in Colombia, people have this for breakfast. I think, it's great, any time of the day.

    Recipe #133905

    This would give a chocolate love an orgasm if made with the right chocolate. I used Varlhona's 70% cocoa butter. Yummy.

    Recipe #349949

    1 Reviews |  By rainna

    Great with any kind of pasta, garnished with some grilled asparagus. The cilantro adds a wonderful flavour and aroma to the dish. Can be kept up to a week in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #89502

    This is great for Christmas, but I like them any time of the week.

    Recipe #351882

    Someone made this over a weekend, and it was so good, I asked for the recipe. I think it tastes better with fresh coconut milk.

    Recipe #349947

    1 Reviews |  By rainna

    Every Sunday, my Colombian friends get together and have a big cook-out for lunch, and they share in fellowship. I like observing the merriment. They make group cooking a lot of fun. Today, they made a kidney bean stew which tastes absolutely wonderful. I think the flavour was in the lard. This is one of those dishes that tastes better if kept for the next day.

    Recipe #109324

    From Southern living magazine

    Recipe #88148

    1 Reviews |  By rainna

    Rich and decadent. Adapted from Cooks' Illustrated magazine.

    Recipe #149340

    My friend ET shared this recipe with me. It's really good, I can't stop eating them. You can use any cookie cutter for it.

    Recipe #372132

    I like to eat this with some onion rice, grilled plantain and avocado salad

    Recipe #468963

    Recipe #438564

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