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    A dip in red remoulade gives shrimp a piquant Cajun zing. From Martha Stewart

    Recipe #503869

    Brushed with a tangy glaze that starts with bottled barbecue sauce, this succulent steak is full of flavor and is quick to put together.

    Recipe #503868

    From a Hannaford recipe card

    Recipe #503867

    All together, this jambalaya should be on the table in 30 minutes or so. It is a quicker version of a recipe I regularly use.

    Recipe #503865

    This is another great way to use dark poultry meat, which is so economical, in your slow cooker. To complete this meal, garnish with chopped roasted unsalted peanuts, fresh cilantro, and lime wedges. Preparation time includes marinating overnight.

    Recipe #503842

    Dark meat chicken delivers tons of flavor at a low cost, and a long simmer in this spicy marinade packs extra punch. Preparation time includes overnight marinating. To complete this meal, you can serve the chicken and vegetables over cooked couscous. Drizzle it with some of the cooking liquid and garnish with sliced almonds!

    Recipe #503811

    From Cuba comes an old and simple chicken dish flavored with lime juice and oregano. The real excitement comes at the last minute, when warm pineapple chunks are flamed with dark rum and spooned over the chicken! It's quite dramatic and will definitely garner some applause. The flavors will take you right to the Caribbean!

    Recipe #503771

    This unusual fruit salad, tossed with a soy sauce dressing, provides a pleasing accent to hearty Asian foods.

    Recipe #503770

    Since Morocco is only a few miles from Spain, some of its cuisine is heavily influenced by their tastes. This makes a unique side dish that is packed with those wonderful flavors! This recipe is actually for dressing, but can easily be stuffed into the meat of your choice. It reheats very well in the microwave.

    Recipe #503769

    Greek cooking uses lots of fresh beans, and they're often the focus of the meal. This recipe makes a flavorful side dish instead. If no fresh green beans are available, you can still make the recipe by substituting two 10-oz. packages of frozen cut green beans. Just thaw and drain them and cut down the simmering time to 8 to 10 minutes.

    Recipe #503767

    These potatoes are loaded with typical Greek flavorings that make a delicious side dish to any meal, Greek or otherwise!

    Recipe #503766

    These are really like gyros on sticks and the dipping sauce is really a tzatziki!

    Recipe #503763

    Here's a recipe, borrowed from the Greeks, that offers a marvelous way to bring out the goodness and tang of fresh vegetables. They're simmered until just crisp-tender in an herb/wine/lemon juice marinade. The result is wonderfully savory, as well as healthful. Carrots, mushrooms, green beans, leeks and zucchini, artfully arranged on a platter, make a dish both pretty and tasty. Served hot, it will complement any meal. Served cold, it's a pleasant appetizer.

    Recipe #502959

    When an inexpensive cut of lamb is given exotic treatment, it becomes interesting enough to serve on special occasions. Cubes of lamb shoulder are simmered with ginger, turmeric and tomatoes, then combined with raisins and almonds. This recipe is especially good for people who like to entertain but also work full-time because it can be made ahead and reheated just before serving.

    Recipe #502957

    Rhubarb is popular in Norway, used in cooking and eaten raw with sugar. This is a variant of a basic Norwegian recipe.

    Recipe #502918

    This recipe hails from New Orleans, where seafood is a staple. Whole, fresh red snapper, filled with a simple bread stuffing (seasoned with green onion, parsley, salt and and pepper) is then baked and basted with a Creole sauce of tomatoes, celery, onion, green pepper, garlic, bay leaf, and more. Garnished with parsley and some Creole sauce on the side, this makes for a stunning presentation. It is imperative that you select only the freshest fish. Look for clear eyes, bright tight scales and shiny skin, firmness and little to no "fishy" smell. Wrap loosely with foil or waxed paper, refrigerate, and cook within one day.

    Recipe #502785

    Here's a way to transform a roasting chicken into an exotic feast. Gild it with spices like ginger, parsley, turmeric and cinnamon and surround it with a redolent chicken-onion-raisin mixture. A one-dish delight (and what an aroma)! The long preparation time is due to the overnight soaking method of the chickpeas, as well as the long, slow cooking time.

    Recipe #502731

    This homemade Swedish rye bread is easy to make if you follow the step-by-step directions. It is a traditional bread of Sweden - laced with brown sugar, molasses, caraway seeds, and orange peel. Try it toasted with lots of sweet butter or sprinkle it with grated Cheddar cheese and broil until cheese is melted and browned. It's also good for a simple ham and cheese sandwich!

    Recipe #502725

    Since the Mediterranean area is rich in honey, nuts, and citrus fruits, it is no wonder that these are the main ingredients in the traditional Greek dessert, Baklava. One of the sweetest pastries you can imagine, these diamond-shaped delights are made by layering phyllo pastry dough with a chopped walnut and almond mixture,l then flavored with a touch of honey, citrus, and cinnamon. It is perfect with coffee after a meal. A tiny piece will go a long, long way! Be sure to make Baklava with sweet (unsalted) butter. Then for a different twist, substitute cognac for some of the water in the honey syrup, and a handful of finely chopped pistachio nuts for some of the walnuts. Just before baking, add a sprinkling of sesame seeds on top for another twist.

    Recipe #502724

    This can also be adapted for pork, seafood or even tofu. For the best flavor, try using whole allspice berries and black peppercorns and crush them with the bottom of a heavy pot or in a coffee mill before adding to the food processor.

    Recipe #502695

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