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    I have made this recipe in the past and I am posting it in honor of Judy- Jude. Also posting for the "Cookathon" in memory of her (Jan, 09). She had many favorite recipes, however, this one by her father she really liked. I refer to it as KFC Judy D's Father's Recipe. It is very good.

    Recipe #348692

    Fresh bright green asparagus is just wonderful and adding a nice cheese and lemon flavored sauce, topped with sun dried tomatoes and pine nuts… not only is an appealing dish to the eye, but tasty as well! This recipe was made especially for the RSC# 11 contest.

    Recipe #283033

    This is a very easy and fast snack to make for lunch time…. using marinated artichokes, fresh basil leaves and melted Asiago cheese on top of toasted French bread/Baguette slices. This was made especially for the RSC #11 contest.

    Recipe #283016

    This tasty soup is good either on a hot or cold day, depending on the season. Floating on top are three-coin shaped pieces of hard boiled egg, cucumber and squash. Then topped off with Hungarian paprika and Asiago Cheese. This recipe was especially created for the RSC # 11 contest.

    Recipe #282989

    This tasty marinated antipasto recipe was created for a Thanksgiving holiday party. It was initially based on a recipe called "San Benedetto Style Shrimp and Artichoke Hearts". Then I surfed the internet and found other marinaded recipes which interested me. So I combined ingredients and added some of my favorites as well.

    Recipe #266308

    Just imagine the wonderful taste of Sea Scallops made three different ways. Then placed on a bed of Creamy Spinach and sprinkled with grated carrots! This dish is pleasing to-the-eye and also not a very hard recipe to make either.

    Recipe #243408

    For the RSC#10 contest I have adopted the traditional rice risotto method of cook... whereby you add hot broth a little at a time until the rice or barley is cooked. Adding mushrooms, carrots, and chicken broth makes this dish a tasty one, especially when you add sour cream.

    Recipe #243340

    This tasty recipe is based on the Sri Lanka (Ceylon) recipe Chicken Biriyani. However, instead of on a bed of basmati rice, I have used rice sticks.------

    Recipe #211561

    Ever wonder why the chicken crossed the road. Make this tasty dish and just before serving ask your guests this question, “Why did the chicken cross the road? And then let them tell you why! LOL------

    Recipe #211546

    You and your friend have been Island hopping around the Mediterranean and are now visiting the beautiful Greek Island of Mykonos. You have spent a good part of the day walking around the village, photographing windmills, white-washed houses, people, the shoreline… checking out gift shops…. it was a very hot day! So now in the late afternoon you are sitting at a quaint outdoor café overlooking the bay, watching the sail boats go by…the summer breeze is so nice. In the far distance you can hear the tune of "The Lemon Tree" song. A mouth watering tasty shrimp appetizer with lemon and hot spices is just what you have been craving for. You place your order and then you and your friend start singing; "Lemon tree, very pretty and the lemon flower is sweet, but the fruit of the poor lemon is impossible to eat…". Enjoy!

    Recipe #131984

    You and your friend are sitting at a quaint outdoor café on the Greek Island of Mykonos. The sun is setting and the feel of the summer breeze on your sun tanned skin is so soothing. You have just finished eating a tasty shrimp appetizer, it was mouth watering but a touch on the spicy side. A cold creamy yogurt soup would just hit the spot. Enjoy!

    Recipe #131983

    You and your friend are enjoying a spectacular sun set while eating at a quaint outdoor café on the Greek Island of Mykonos. The sun is now low on the horizon, a bright orange and the summer breeze is so delightful. You had a tasty shrimp appetizer and a delicious cold yogurt soup. For an entrée you have decided to get the "signature" dish at this café, which many have said is one of the best on the Island. A charcoal grilled Tuna Steak on a bed of Couscous with orange slices, kalamata olives and feta cheese on the side…. A nice bottle of white wine to go along. What more can you ask for! All right, how about a RSC #7 strawberry, chocolate dessert… perhaps it's on the menu. Enjoy!

    Recipe #131982

    I have always wanted to make delicious "Old Style" Gefilte Fish like my Grandma Else and Aunt Bessie used to made. So have tried making Gefilte Fish several times, however, without much success. Finally on my fourth try, I have come very close to their "Secret Recipe". I say "Secret Recipe" because it was not written down and I was not around the kitchen when it was make; because I was more interested in playing stickball outside. Also, many people said it is a lost tradition and they have given up trying to make it. There must be over 100 recipes (in books and on the Internet) and each recipe varies accordingly. That is, depending on their family's country of origin, the country they now live in or people have just created a recipe to their own liking. My grandparents came from Minsk, Russia & Warsaw, Poland and this regions' Gefilte Fish tends to be 'not sweet' in taste. Finally our family was originally from The Bronx/Brooklyn, New York (New York City). We would spend many wonderful summers at bungalow colonies in the Catskill Mountains aka "The Borsch Belt" or "Jewish Alps" (from 1950-1960) which also might have influenced my family's cooking. I still remember as a child eating my grandmother's Gefilte Fish and her Yiddish words, "Ess Tot-ta-la, Ess"!

    Recipe #119248

    This is a fusion dish from some of the cuisines & countries surrounding the Mediterranean. The origins of Tilapia from the Nile River in Egypt, from Italy Marsala wine, from Spain olives, from Greece the lemon and basil flavors…and from the east coast of Africa cashew nuts. This is a light fish dish and with the tangy "Taste of Lemon"… is your mouth watering yet! Try it, you will like it!

    Recipe #116432

    This recipe is dedicated to all the children, past, present and future who were affected by the earthquake and Tsunami of 2004. This main soup bowl is a fusion of Asian tastes from several of the 11 countries in the Indian Ocean which the Tsunami reached. From Indonesia this soup contains hot, spicy & lemon flavors, from Sri Lanka/Ceylon coconut & ginger flavors, from Thailand shrimp & chicken, from Malaysia rice noodles and from Singapore the curry taste. This is a very visually appealing bowl of soup, so get your digital camera ready and snap a few.

    Recipe #116348

    One of my all time favorite Chinese dishes is stir-fried black mushrooms and bamboo shoots on a bed of spinach. Since one of the RSC #6 contest ingredients is chicken, it was easy to incorporate chicken pieces into this recipe. I suggest serving this tasty asian dish with white rice, Chinese tea and fortune cookies.

    Recipe #116320

    This recipe is the one to try if you are new to eating Bean Curd or have not liked the texture of Bean Curd in the past. Bean Curd (the Japanese name is Tofu) is simply ground up soy beans, water and a coagulant added, put in a mold and then some of the water is pressed out. There are several types of Bean Curd from the Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisines; Silken (soft), Medium/Regular (semi-soft) and Firm (hard) Tofu. Further, it is high in protein, inexpensive to make and blends in very well with other foods.

    Recipe #107088

    This is a very interesting fusion of International cuisines from the Mediterranean to China. Just imagine eating Peking Duck drizzled with a Sabra Orange & Honey Sauce (Israeli). Served over a bed of Chinese Yangzhou Vegetable Fried Rice. Is your "Mouth Watering" from the thought of tasting the sweet orange flavors! Try making this delicious recipe. You and your family will love it!

    Recipe #93810

    This is a very interesting fusion of International cuisines from the Mediterranean to China. Just imagine eating spicy Turkish Kebabs drizzled with a Greek Tzatziki Yogurt Sauce and over a bed of Chinese Yangzhou Vegetable Fried Rice. Is your "Mouth Watering" from the thought of tasting the tangy yogurt! Try this delicious recipe. You and your family will love it!

    Recipe #93696

    Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls is traditionally the first course at a Passover Dinner in many Ashkenazic (Eastern European Jewish culture) homes in North America and around the world. The Yiddish saying is that "Hot Soup" makes your troubles go away, it goes down easier. After you have tried this savory soup, I am highly confident that you will be a "Fiddler on a Roof" dancing and singing with joy-- Bitty, Bitty Bum!

    Recipe #91586

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