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    This is just to easy! It is a sweet/sour side dish from Denmark. Posted for ZWT'06.

    Recipe #171809

    Fresh sliced strawberries on a cream filled Twinkie. This is so easy, but oh so good.

    Recipe #122674

    Fresh strawberries with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and fresh cracked pepper. This recipe is very easy but very elegant.

    Recipe #122033

    "My father is Lebanese. I remember the flat bread that his sister made, and grape leaves, and kibbeh—the foods we ate when we gathered as a family. Kibbeh was sort of a steak tartare. My dad ate it raw; no one else would. We flattened it in a pan and baked it like meat loaf," says fiber artist Dana Boussard of Arlee, Montana. I got this recipe off a Middle Eastern food site. It sounds so good and has 4 STAR RATING. I thought others might like it too. I am posting this dish for World Tour 2-Middle Eastern

    Recipe #173470

    This is a authentic African dish. I got it from Paul Deen's recipes. It is so good! I hope you give it a try! This is very good served on rice or noodles and crusty bread for sopping up the gravy. I am posting this recipe for World Tour-2--Africa/African

    Recipe #173339

    This is a easy recipe and it makes a great gift. Feta cheese is marinated in olive oil with several herbs (I use fresh out of my herb garden when I can). You can keep it in chunks or drain it and mash to serve as a spread. Put in a decorative jar or covered bowl and give with crisp pita chips for a delicious gift!

    Recipe #170729

    This is a great mid eastern dish. It will make a great side for any dinner. I am posting this for World Tour-2-Middle Eastern

    Recipe #173450

    This is a very refreshing Greek salad and easy to put together. Serve with crusty bread.

    Recipe #171822

    During the ninth month of their calendar, Muslims observe the ritual fast of Ramadan. For the entire month, they abstain from eating during the day; in the evening, they take small meals and visit with friends and family. This is a variation of the soup that is traditionally eaten to break the fast at the Ramadan meal. I am posting this recipe for world tour-2--Middle Eastern

    Recipe #173458

    This soup is cold and is so refreshing on a summer day.

    Recipe #122037

    A light and refreshing end to a summer meal. cool rhubarb sherbet topped with Fresh crushed strawberries in a strawberry sauce.

    Recipe #123193

    You cook these sweet treats in a ebleskiver pan, but a sandwich maker, the kind you can put a slice on bread in and the filling and another piece of bread on top and then close down the top of maker will work too. Posted for ZWT'06.

    Recipe #171796

    This recipe looks so good. I haven't got to it yet but I am soon. I am posting it for world tour-2--middle eastern. If you cannot find fava beans, try edamames (frozen in most stores).

    Recipe #173454

    This is a very easy and tasty Greek recipe.

    Recipe #171821

    Usually made with pigeons instead of Cornish hens, this dish (pronounced ha-MAM mah-SHE bee boor-GHOUL) is one of the delicacies of Egypt, where villagers along the Nile River raise pigeons. The stuffing is baked separately and served alongside the hens. I am posting this recipe for World Tour 2-Middle Eastern

    Recipe #173463

    Strawberries layered with whipped topping.

    Recipe #122045

    Strawberries in a strawberry glaze, with pineapple and bananas. Topped with Cool Whip. This is one of the easiest desserts I have ever made. Everyone loves this when I make it.

    Recipe #122670

    Chopped mint, basil, and parsley brighten the yogurt sauce. I got this off another site for Middle Eastern recipes. It sounds good and easy so I thought I would post it for the World Tour 2-Middle Eastern

    Recipe #173480

    In this Tunisian salad (pronounced aj-LUKE coo-rah-AH), served as an appetizer with bread, the rich flavoring lifts the blandness of zucchini. Harissa, a spicy North African sauce made with chile peppers and garlic, is available in specialty markets. You can use a good pinch of ground chile pepper instead. (Begin with a small dash--you can always add more). I am posting this dish for World Tour 2-Middle Eastern

    Recipe #173461

    This is a flavorful dish and you can use the pork as a main dish or in other recipes. It is very easy. I am posting it for World Tour-2--Asian-China

    Recipe #173363

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