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    Home made yogurt is fun and easy to make, especially when made to your liking. That is, you can use regular milk, non-fat milk, goat milk... and/or add cream to taste. While traveling throughout the "Near East" I had a chance to taste many variations of yogurt, especially Turkish and Iranian yogurts. The recipe below is one with a rich creamy taste.

    Recipe #78046

    There is nothing quite like a "Mouth Watering" Kosher New York City Sour Pickle or Sour Tomato from a wooden barrel. I remember as a teenager in "The Bronx" biking over to the local indoor but "open" food market, with many vendors providing produce. I would then go over to the "Pickle Man" and watch him put his hand into the wooden barrel and pull out a "Big One", for only 5 Cents!

    Recipe #73027

    This hearty and savory onion soup bowl "Surf & Turf", is a combination of French and Chinese cuisines. It has sauteed onions, seafood, steak, tomatoes, mushrooms, noodles and topped with melted Swiss cheese. You can use large soup bowls for a "Complete Meal" or small bowls if you wish. Enjoy, with a slice of warm and crusty French Baguette/Bread.

    Recipe #65110

    This is one of my most favorite soups, wholesome and delicious! You can reduce the amount of spices to taste if you like. Or you can use less stock, add more cornstarch and make this recipe into a great "Spicy Cod Fish and Tofu Sauce"... and then served with white rice.

    Recipe #64912

    When I think of lamb, it reminds me of Sheri Lewis and her puppet "Lamb Chop", Ba, Ba! LOL For this recipe you can use de-boned lamb chops (or lamb/beef meat), however, in Asia pork is often used for this dish. This is a fun recipe to make, since the rice sticks/vermicelli noodles magically puff up almost instantly! As a side dish I have added an Asian Peanut Dipping Sauce for each individual portions.

    Recipe #64903

    Ginger-Scallion Sauce is very popular in Hong Kong, southern China (Cantonese) and New York City. In Vietnam they add some fish sauce to the basic recipe listed below. All three sauces are good as a dipping sauce for White-Chopped or Soy Sauce-Chopped Chicken. Often the chicken is placed on top of a bed of white rice and the sauce poured on top of the chicken; most often the G-S Sauce . Or the sauce is served in a small dish on the side.

    Recipe #57281

    This is a great cold and creamy soup for a hot summers day. Vichyssoise Soup was created in America. I have added some Caraway Seeds and Sour Cream to give it an "American Jewish" taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe #55448

    One of my all-time favorite Greek Dishes! The Egg-Lemon Sauce and squeezed lemon wedges really makes this dish delicious! If you can't find ground lamb you can just use ground beef. Further, I sometimes use ground turkey! However if you do, you need to make sure this dish is cooked throughly.

    Recipe #53676

    This delicious yogurt soup just "Hits The Spot" on a hot summers day! You can find variations of this recipe from Eastern Europe to the Middle East. I especially loved the yogurts in Turkey, Iran and Greece. If possible, try making your own home made yogurt. I use a Salton Yogurt Maker and the yogurt comes out rich and creamy. However, a good substitute is the Greek yogurts found in some of the bigger supermarkets.

    Recipe #53603

    If you are a buttermilk lover, this is the recipe for you! Delicious and refreshing on a hot summers day!

    Recipe #53445

    This is a delicious Middle Eastern Soup Bowl enjoyed by many cultures in the region. Besides its appetizing visual appeal, adding the various accompaniments makes this dish extra tasty!

    Recipe #52552

    This is a wonderful Lamb Stew from the land "Down Under." I added some Turnips which will give it an Irish touch! Both Ireland and Australia/Oz have similar dishes! The original recipe can be found at; http://www.australian-lamb.com/recipeslamb?RID=147&MID=5

    Recipe #51759

    This dish is often served in the military services. Tasty!

    Recipe #41704

    It takes quite a long time to make Hummus from dried chick peas. This recipe will make a really good and tasty Hummus in a short period of time. This is a great middle eastern breakfast! Don't forget the garlic cucumbers and olives...

    Recipe #39636

    Steamed whole fresh fish is one of the best liked of all Cantonese Chinese dishes. One of my favorite sauces to go along with steamed fish is a "Ginger and Scallion Sauce." Serve this simple and flavorful dish with plain white rice and a side dish of fresh green chinese vegetables topped with Oyster Sauce.

    Recipe #37841

    This is a basic recipe for an excellent soup base, for Chinese cooking.

    Recipe #37534

    This homemade saurkraut recipe is ten times better then any sauerkraut you can buy in a store... IMHO. The dill gives it a great taste as well! Please see the NOTES section for a safe, bacteria free sauerkraut.

    Recipe #37202

    This is a wonderful Cold Yogurt Soup for a hot summers day! Try chopping up the cucumbers very fine or leave them on the chunky side! It you chop up the cucumbers real fine and add more water, you then have a good "Yogurt Drink" instead of a soup! Also, other variations for this Cold Yogurt Soup are using chicken stock, buttermilk, sour cream, touch of tabasco... Enjoy!

    Recipe #36879

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