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    From Eastern Europe, this is a pre-lenten dish served during the time between Meatfare and Cheesfare Sundays (week before lent). At this time we abstain from all meats and concentrate on dairy products (before they are restricted for lent).

    Recipe #84923

    Eastern Orthodox fasting is very strict, close to a vegan lifestyle. One of the things I miss are pancakes, so I came up with a non-dairy pancake - they're delicious, fast, and easy to make.

    Recipe #132816

    Irish stew is easy to make and if made with mutton and cooked slowly will be both flavorsome and tender. Mutton, being an older meat, has more flavor than lamb but does need to be cooked for a couple of hours over a low heat with liquid. It should not be allowed to boil or the flavor will be spoiled. The following dish will be found to be hearty and nourishing and traditional enough. Traditionally this is eaten with fresh made Irish Soda Bread. This is especially satisfying on a cold winter evening, as the smells permiate the home and fill the stomach.

    Recipe #96748

    Soft, moist, chocolate cupcakes with a special center.

    Recipe #105606

    Quick and easy to make, tasty & filling - an excellent lunch.

    Recipe #112952

    This is a traditional eastern 'cheese' (really an egg ball). During lent we give up all forms of meat and dairy products, then on Easter Sunday pig out on what we've given up. NOTE: the whey from this is used in my Paska recipe, save it and make both!

    Recipe #85817

    Typical salmon patties, but not fried in oil, but just as good tasting!

    Recipe #307666

    This recipe has been in my family for several generations. It's a moist soft cookie that's great to take to a party or covered dish.

    Recipe #104749

    Not your usual dry, crusty dish. Quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #98833

    This was served at my son's graduation party (thrown by the school). Everyone was asking for the recipe, thought I'd share it here too. Easy and quick to make, great for those who like a non-meat sauce.

    Recipe #57268

    This is a sweet, rich, easy to make corn bread baked in a cast iron skillet.

    Recipe #152883

    Light, different chicken especially good with fresh-from-the-garden veggies.

    Recipe #91333

    I found this recipe here, but it feel off the list so I thought I would add it back. The low calories and low carbs makes it great for dieters, Lack of meat makes it great for vegetarians. The taste makes it great for everyone.

    Recipe #348687

    If you've ever been in a Greek restaurant, this is both the bread used for Gyros (pronounced he-ros) and the dipping bread used for hummus or olive oil dipping sauce. The difference is in the size you roll it out to - 8" for Gyros, 10" for dipping. It calls for all-purpose flour, but bread flour is closer to what is typical in Greece.

    Recipe #409635

    For those who like theirs with a little more kick than usual.

    Recipe #180322

    An old favorite with a tasty difference.

    Recipe #179986

    A little different sloppy joe, with just a little spice to it. Can be made as-is, or eliminate the crescent rolls and just slap it into a bun.

    Recipe #210423

    This is great for a covered dish where you want to bring something really unique. A regular Reuben baked right into a loaf of bread.

    Recipe #156708

    This is a traditional bread served on Christmas day in the Sub-Carpathian region. The recipe calls for three different raisins, though any three dried fruits would do. The intent is to visually see the three "Kings."

    Recipe #103115

    This is an easy and popular reciepe, unique if you make it with pears. My family gobbles it up in less time than it takes to make. Great recipe to take to a covered dish gathering.

    Recipe #74554

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