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    This is the story: A certain Chinese restaurant in Brooklyn was known to be frequented by "wiseguys". One wiseguy in particular (let's call him Joey) was very fond of the classic Beef with Oyster Sauce, although he often kidded the owner about the thin sliced "mystery meat" it was served with. "Don't youse guys ever feel like a nice steak?" was the usual question. Eager to please his patrons, the owner instructed the chef to prepare the dish in this manner, as a surprise for Joey. Realising a knife would be needed to cut the steak, a waiter was told to bring one to the table before serving, as knives aren't part of a usual place setting in Chinese restaurants. The waiter, new and somewhat intimidated by the wiseguys, nervously handed the knife directly to Joey. Joey eyeballed the knife, and looked up at the waiter. "Are youse expecting trouble tonight?" Preparing this dish is no trouble at all.

    Recipe #38357

    A quick meatless sauce from Umbria - the regional version of the classic garlic and oil. Adjust the heat to taste, but it is meant to be fairly hot.

    Recipe #38192

    I've never made this with anything but fresh corn, so wouldn't recommend substituting. But this is my favourite vegetable risotto, and second favourite way to enjoy fresh corn (first being right off the cob).

    Recipe #37905

    This is a regional Italian recipe for a "hot" pasta sauce - my favourite meatless tomato sauce. The addition of sweet pepper, ginger, and honey (traditional for that part of Italy) both complements and tempers the heat of the sauce. I prefer to make it with fresh hot peppers or paste, but I've included a "cheater" method using hot red pepper flakes. The addition of eggplant is also traditional, but optional - if you don't care for eggplant, just leave it out.

    Recipe #37887

    This is the best version of "mock" chopped liver I've ever tasted (Thanks Sid). Makes a great vegetarian deli-style sandwich on some good pumpernickel, with some lettuce, tomato, and sliced raw onion.

    Recipe #37833

    This is light and quickly prepared, but has a complex flavor. It complements spicier or heavier Asian dishes (particularly coconut based rices or curries - I serve it with a spicy coconut rice pilaf). I've included substitutions to the traditional Thai ingredients, in case you haven't got them handy.

    Recipe #37804


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