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    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    It works. There is another tip for this but it lacks an essential step (the trimming- and also, the lemon thing is a trick I like to use). I use a LOT of garlic being such a lover of things like curry, stir-fries, chili, and spicy foods, so you can imagine what a lifesaver this is for me. I never even thought until today to see if it was posted here @Food.com! I occasionally used to buy that stuff in the jar to use in a pinch but it really was horrible. SO glad to not have to go down that road again! Share this tip with everyone you know. No one should have to fuss with garlic!

    Recipe #492251

    Foul Mudammas is an Egyptian dish, although I am quite sure it is served readily throughout the Middle East. It can be served for breakfast, but serves equally well as an appetizer or healthy snack. This is my take on it. And although I am not an authority on the dish itself, I have cooked Middle Eastern food for over 30 years, and have never had a complaint, not even from people who have these type of culinary roots. I think you'll love it, even if the beans are visually dark and mysterious looking- there is nothing at all mysterious about delicious!

    Recipe #492208

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    If you've had the creamy chicken Cajun pasta, it's time to get down and dirty and taste something even better.

    Recipe #490323

    These are really easy to whip up.

    Recipe #490235

    My recipe. I would be happy to serve this to guests.

    Recipe #489597

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Adapted from Martha Stewart

    Recipe #488475

    Recipe #488473

    From Everyday Food via Eduardo Braniff, with additional inspiration from Eating Well.

    Recipe #488472

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Sweet and sour cabbage downsized for smaller meals.

    Recipe #488339

    Spicy and delicious, perfect for fall and the harvest of mushrooms.

    Recipe #488286

    If you love bacon and you love bean salad, then this is right up your alley. I know I love it. Why didn't I think of putting bacon in bean salad before? Well, at least we have it now.

    Recipe #487687

    From the CIA at Greystone in Napa Valley CA.

    Recipe #487621

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Low carb snack; best made a few hours before serving.

    Recipe #487620

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Cook time depends on your method for making eggs. For this small batch, I recommend a cold water start, bring to a rolling boil and cook for ten minutes. Drain off hot water and allow to rest in cold water until eggs are cool enough to handle.

    Recipe #487616

    From Susie Donald, author of Japanese Homestyle Dishes

    Recipe #487612

    Inspired by Gooseberry Patch.

    Recipe #487574

    Inspired by Gooseberry Patch. Serve for high tea, picnics and children's snacks.

    Recipe #487537

    Inspired by Gooseberry Patch

    Recipe #487536

    Surf's up on the grill. Great on ham, spam, and grilled pineapple. I will also be using this on my holiday meatballs, probably also on smoked ribs or other fine flamed pieces of pork. Freeze what you don't use to enjoy later.

    Recipe #487530

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