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    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Delicious tea sweetened with the essence of rose and cardamom.

    Recipe #494433

    Recipe #494298

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Fresh, fruity, and tangy, like frozen yogurt. No sugar added. Lactose free.

    Recipe #494191

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Ready, Set, Cook! Hidden Valley Contest Entry. This is so easy. Bread for dinner in about an hour. This is also wonderful toasted for breakfast with some cream cheese spread.

    Recipe #494155

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Simple yet delicious and easy enough for weeknights.

    Recipe #494102

    Ready, Set, Cook! Hidden Valley Contest Entry. Easy and exotic appetizer/main dish. You can grill or broil; serve with rice pilaf as a main dish or with a tasty curry dip as an appetizer (yield 8 servings as an appie). If you like it really spicy use a hot type of curry powder or add some cayenne pepper, remembering that the yogurt cools the heat.

    Recipe #494079

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Very fragrant and very Persian! The bergamot oil gives the floral fragrance you will want to expect.

    Recipe #494047

    Easy pastrami seasoned up in your crockpot. Make a pot full for game day and let the guys fix their own sandwiches. Of course, big guys may need bigger rolls. But for appetizers, the slider size works great.

    Recipe #494032

    I adapted this from a recipe I saw at Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska. I had been looking for ideas for red cabbage with mushrooms since I had both on hand. I was intrigued by their recipe, and adapted this one out of that, with some seasoning changes. It is a variation on rotkohl and I served it with (Cottage Ham) Recipe #493933, which paired together perfectly. Bill's German culinary roots were screaming "Ya Buddy"!

    Recipe #494013

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Ready, Set, Cook! Hidden Valley Contest Entry. This has a tangy sauce which melds well with all flavor aspects of the pizza. Commercially made buffalo chicken pizzas turn me off, falling way short of my expectations. I feel that making a buffalo chicken pizza is a tricky bit, since the flavors have to go together like interlocking pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, and you just cannot force a piece into a place it was not meant to go. The flavors in this pizza, do go together extremely well, and only serve to lift each other higher than they would be alone. The whole thing reads like a romance novel, but it is really not that hard and the steps come together very quickly. And it is SO much better than delivery.

    Recipe #493956

    It's a Midwest thing. If you can find a smoked pork shoulder roll/smoked butt/cottage roll/cottage ham, try this. It's not a ham, although it tastes a bit similar. It's not like pulled pork either, which is prepared differently.

    Recipe #493933

    From Eating Asia food blog.

    Recipe #493869

    Recipe #493858

    We tried something like this at a local kebab house and were pleased with it.

    Recipe #493811

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    This will go wonderfully with something like grilled steak or teriyaki chicken, or just on its own as a vegetarian main dish.

    Recipe #493752

    No curry sauce or masala sauce to bother with here. Just a quick and easy saute of veggies with a wonderful curry flavor. I used a Malaysian style curry powder in this, but use whatever yellow curry powder you have (Malaysian, Indian, Jamaican, whatever). The flavor of this goes with any of those cuisines, without being of that cuisine itself. Also goes great with simply prepared dishes, such as grilled steak or baked fish or chicken.

    Recipe #493750

    This is very quick, very healthy, and very easy. I served this with a quick and easy saute (see: "Quick Sauteed Curry Style Vegetables" in my recipes).

    Recipe #493748

    Great dinner party item; goes well with Asian, Polynesian, or Pacific Island cuisine. If you don't have a volcano bowl, no worries. Just skip the part about igniting the top and serve instead in normal cocktail glasses.

    Recipe #493460

    You can easily make this soup on the stovetop, or in a crockpot. Adjsut the vegetables to your liking.

    Recipe #493449

    Adapted from the recipe they used to use at the fabulous Tony's restaurant in St. Louis Missouri. You can't argue with their cooking prowess. Sub your favorite oil for the butter and this is easily vegan.

    Recipe #493183

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