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    Adapted from fellow Herbaceous Curvaceous Honey DreamerinOntario's recipe of the same name for ZWT8. She's right, spend money on a burgundy you would gladly drink for this recipe. I added a spoonful of beef base to bump up the flavor and included even more fresh herbs. Season with salt and pepper after cooking time to prevent pepper from turning bitter and dish from being too salty.

    Recipe #484636

    I became intrigued with the multiple dumpling recipes on the web and combined a few that sounded particularly good for this version. I'll be really honest and say that I cannot guarantee authenticity. But any recipe that starts with stale bread gets bonus points in my book! You can use any stale bread you like - the heartier the better. Have these as a main dish with a nice sauce or gravy, or serve them in a bowl of soup or broth. For ZWT6 Austria

    Recipe #425327

    From :Finnish Mansikkalumi, "Strawberry Snow," is a light and easy summer dessert that can be served immediately at room temperature or prepared ahead of time and frozen in a decorative mold. I'm posting for ZWT6 and my strawberry harvest. For those who are leery of egg whites you can use 6 tsp. powdered egg white reconstituted with 6 Tbsp. warm water or you can use liquid whites that come in a carton. I have some leftover ladyfingers that I will use tonight in place of the almond rusks. I might even sprinkle them with a drop or two of Frangelica...

    Recipe #425141

    From The Worldwide Gourmet, taste of Cyprus. Like all doughnuts these are more time comsuming than difficult. But like all doughnuts, they are SO worth the trouble. Puffy spicy rings of sticky goodness. What a lovely way to show a loved one you care...

    Recipe #425095

    Similar to a couple already on the site. This one has honey and Greek yogurt tho so I want to post it. I found this on a blog while looking for new things to do with my strawberries. Icy refreshing yummines!

    Recipe #425087

    Found on to use during ZWT 6 and during our bumper crop of home-grown strawberries. This is a spongcake sort of dish underneath with strawberries and glaze on top. I envision a bit of whipped cream for to topping too, just to make it even more decadent. Because this dessert really spolights the strawberries, I recommend only making this when strawneeries are in season. And if you can find a friendly neighbor with a strawberry patch - more's the better! You can do this with small whole berries too for a breathtaking presentation.

    Recipe #425085

    None of the Bahji recipes on 'Zaar seem to have curry leaves so I thought I'd throw this one into the mix. From "Cardamom & Coriander" by Simon Morris. He states this is the real thing, served as snack food on the beaches of Bombay. This one makes up as a sort of Indian hash brown dish. The spice combination is the thing that makes is sing. Do your best to get fresh, fresh, fresh! You may use butter with a drop of oil (to prevent burning) rather than ghee if desired.

    Recipe #425084

    Another from Cardamom & Coriander by Simon Morris. Simon says (!) this recipe hails from the Taj Mahal Hotel in Bombay. DH loves lamb and I love cashews. Wherever it came from that spells a great recipe for me! Plan ahead, kiddies. You have to soak the cashews at least 4 hours to make a paste before putting the recipe together. Because you are making a paste, you can use the less expensive cashew pieces though. Just be sure to get unsalted. Use fewer chilies unless you love hot food. I would suggest you start with one.

    Recipe #425080

    From Cardamom & Coriander by Simon Morris. Another yummy bit from my new love of Indian food and ZWT6. Little appetizer Indian burger patties which are best eaten grilled outside. Another recipe I read suggested to have the beef ground three times to improve the mouth feel of the patties. Seems like a great idea to me. Ask your butcher.

    Recipe #425078

    From Cardamom & Coriander by Simon Morris. Posted here for ZWT6 and my use since it's a library book. From the start I'm wary of chilled soups but I love Indian food and this looks like raita for an appetizer. Yum! Maybe this will be the soup that changes my heart... Cooking time does not include chilling

    Recipe #425074

    Another switcheroo using Cool Whip instead of whipping cream. This is a great place to try recipe #130433 !

    Recipe #387211

    This is an on-the-fly adaptation of a Food Magazine recipe. I hate whipping cream and always opt for the low-rent option of using Non-Dairy whipped topping. I know it's not the same, but in this case it'll work with some adjustments. Making for my darling husband as a quick, cool treat on a hot August night (with apologies to Neil Diamond...) Preparation time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #387159

    I love Avocados and look forward to them every summer. This recipe began life as a filling for stuffed tomatoes, but it's also yummy as a sandwich spread or dip. (or by the spoonful!)

    Recipe #313443

    Crock pots are a wonderful thing and this recipe is a reminder of how convenient they are in any season. A variation of a pork roast recipe. I found myself with a thawed beef roast instead of pork, so some fancy footwork was applied. DH says the result is better than the original shredded pork. See directions for serving suggestions, or use your imagination. This freezes beautifully both as a 'dump' recipe before cooking or after it's cooked for reheating later.

    Recipe #311890

    Snagged from an advertisement in Southern Living and adapted for our tastes. Wilted spinach in a lemony "gravy" to spoon over chicken and the starch of your choice. Wild rice is a nice one to try.

    Recipe #310087

    This is a delicious concoction that seems like it took a lot of time but you can whip up in about 10 minutes under pressure. You start with jarred salsa (whatever heat you like) and freshen it up with jalapeno, avocado, onion and shrimp. A shot of lime brightens the flavor and you're ready to hit the patio for a visit with your company. Also great to take to a cookout. Try it with the Chili-Lime Tortilla Chips.

    Recipe #310052

    Yogurt thickened by draining overnight and then seasoned with fresh herbs. If you have an herb garden this is outstanding! (Still good if you pick your herbs from the produce section at the grocery store) "Cooking" time includes overnight draining of yogurt.

    Recipe #310044

    Half of the filling for ZWT4 Italian Frozen Dessert Challenge. The avocado is sweet here, not savory. The "good" fat from the avocado makes this a heart-healthy choice. The lemon juice and vitamin C tablet will help the avocado keep it's pale green color.

    Recipe #307827

    One half of the ZWT4 Italy Frozen Dessert Challenge. This is a sweet gelato with a heart-healthy dose of strawberries and carrot juice. Give it a try! ** there's a glitch that makes this say "strawberry" when what I mean is fresh strawberries.

    Recipe #307741

    From an old Farm Journal cookbook. I want to save it here so I can *gasp* donate the cookbook to a local charity.

    Recipe #304603

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