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    This is my way of experimenting with Nori, the Japanese toasted seaweed sheets that are found rolled up in sushi. The result is great used as a salad dressing, dipping sauce for crudite, or sauce for white sticky rice.

    Recipe #471254

    This is a great summertime lunch dish. I created it at my parents summer home in West Hampton Dunes, NY in summer 2010. Great on it's own or with a side salad. Since it can be served at room temperature, it is a wonderful picnic item or for an al fresco lunch. You could also serve this vegetarian by mixing in a drained and rinsed can of cannellini beans instead of sausage.

    Recipe #433313

    This recipe was something I developed one evening after a hot and humid summer day. I had just come back from a run and I needed something filling and substantial. So I came up with this idea: layer a starch (I had Jasmine rice) with a vegetable (I used mesclun salad) all topped with two fried eggs. The general appearance of the finished dish is reminiscent of the Korean dish “Bibimbap” which is steamed rice topped with meat, seasoned veggies and a fried egg.

    Recipe #432953

    This is another example of something I came up with while rummaging through my cupboard. The reason I am using the term aubergine rather than "eggplant" is because I came up with this recipe while in France. This is wonderful as a side dish to grilled meats such as lamb, steak or chicken.

    Recipe #420187

    One evening, I was in a rather exotic mood, so I came up with this dish. I ate it as the main meal, but it would go beautifully as a side dish accompanying roast lamb, duck, chicken or beef. The sweetness of the raisins and dates along with the aromatic spices and the crunchy toasted nuts go so well together. My inspiration? Well, of course the Middle East and...as ever, the lovely and talented Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #414314

    I came up with this recipe while staying at my Aunt and Uncle's house in Dublin, Ireland over the Holidays. This is great, warming, flavorful usage for all those Christmas leftovers. You just take whatever Christmas meats you have left over and warm them up in some broth with noodles. In this recipe, I am using ham and turkey, but you could easily substitute with sirloin, duck, goose, whatever. The measurements for this are just a guess, so bung in whatever amounts you feel are reasonable.

    Recipe #405679

    This is another great way to use up the leftovers from Christmas, in this case the Christmas Plum Pudding. I came up with this recipe while staying at my Aunt and Uncle's home in Dublin, Ireland. The measurements for this are just a guess, so do what you think is best in terms of your own personal tastes and what you like. For instance, if you think honey might be too sweet, maybe add a little dash of sugar instead.

    Recipe #405477

    2 Reviews |  By dk683

    This was something I made up while living on a student budget in Paris, France. This is another example of how the greatest things that come out of the kitchen are not a result of planning. I just looked around at what I had in the cupboard, put them together and it worked! It is a great starter or side dish. One rule though...you MUST add the blue cheese! It is what brings everything together. I kind of think of this as the French version of a caprese salad.

    Recipe #391329

    Wonderful variation on your classic potato salad recipe. This one does not use mayo, instead you get much of the flavor from crumbled bacon and the rendered fat. :-)

    Recipe #386799

    1 Reviews |  By dk683

    I created this recipe at my friend Jess's house in Columbia, CT. We didn't have any eggs, so I used bananas instead and sour cream instead of melted butter. These pancakes are so moist and gooey!!! I love them, and I hope you do too.

    Recipe #384043

    So named because I created it at my parents summer home in West Hampton Dunes, New York. This burger is salty, sweet, spicy and incredibly moist, thanks to the brown sugar and egg yolk.

    Recipe #381604

    1 Reviews |  By dk683

    The name speaks for itself, this speedy dish makes an excellent midnight snack, or light lunch, especially quick if you use already cold, leftover noodles. You can use whatever noodles you like, I would suggest Japanese soba noodles or, if you can't find soba noodles, just use spaghetti.

    Recipe #371976

    3 Reviews |  By dk683

    This is a really quick, delicious way to start your day. All you need are few simple ingredients and in less than 5 minutes, you've got breakfast. You can tailor this recipe to your wants/needs. Put as much or as little sugar and spices in the oats as you desire.

    Recipe #369114

    This is a real gutsy comfort food meal. The pork chops are soaked in a brine, pan-seared and then simmered in a thick apple and onion sauce. This is great served with potatoes, rice or bread stuffing.

    Recipe #360283

    This is a wonderful, spicy bean soup/stew. If you're vegetarian, you can skip the seafood and maybe add tofu and use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth. This is great served with crusty bread or steamed rice on the side!

    Recipe #358171

    1 Reviews |  By dk683

    This is a wonderful quick lunch. it is sweet, spicy, sour and full of so much flavor! This is yet another great wintertime warmer.

    Recipe #352770

    This recipe is another one of those which came to me while rummaging about in my cupboard seeing what ingredients I had. This is great served with white rice on a cold winters days.

    Recipe #350945

    This is a great vegetarian entree or side dish. When cooking both the lentils and the rice, you can use more or less water or stock based on your own preference. The same goes for the herbs that are used in the rice; use whichever herbs you want/have. For the lentils you can use stock or water.

    Recipe #332296

    This is a wonderful spicy, subtle side dish which goes well with all sorts of cuisine.

    Recipe #328532

    This is something that I made when I had a bunch of ingredients left over from a curry dish I cooked the night before. It is certainly a hearty dish, best served as a main meal.

    Recipe #327683

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