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    ZWT6 Asia, South India/Sri Lanka. Here is what the original poster says about this dish, "This recipe traces its origin to the southern coastal region of Tamil Nadu. I got this charming recipe from a fish selling person (who regularly supplies fish to my father's house) and I love it because of its simplicity." http://elitefoods.blogspot.com. There is a lovely picture of it there.

    Recipe #424019

    This is so delicious. With a sauce of garlicky yogurt and cucumber. Traditionally this dish is made with ground lamb but I make it with ground beef. A tweaked version of Recipe #131701. Great meal with a salad on the side masha Allah.

    Recipe #423998

    This is very quick so make it if that is what you want. I made it up for a late night snack. Amounts are approximate.

    Recipe #423880

    This is a cheat recipe of Recipe #162918 which tastes good and is pretty quick and easy.

    Recipe #423879

    Afghanistan's national dish. My family likes this version very much. Modified from Recipe#59168.

    Recipe #423877

    ZWT6 Germany. Germans typically use quark when making spaetzle, but Grace Parisi from http://www.foodandwine.com told us that the type available in the United States isn't curdy enough. So Parisi uses small-curd cottage cheese in the spaetzle and makes the chive sauce with tangy quark. Adding 2 tablespoons of granulated sugar instead of the chives turns this savory dish into a delicious dessert.

    Recipe #423839

    ZWT6 Belgium. Godiva Chocolatier was founded in Belgium in 1926. My favorite chocolate boutique. From http://www.godiva.com.

    Recipe #423720

    ZWT7 Switzerland. Where did chocolate fondue originate? Answer: http://www.europeancuisines.com/Switzerland-Swiss-Chocolate-Fondue-History-And-Basic-Recipe. Recipe from http://www.godiva.com.

    Recipe #423713

    ZWT6 Belgium. Godiva Chocolatier was founded in Belgium in 1926. My favorite chocolate boutique. From http://www.godiva.com.

    Recipe #423704

    Posting for ZWT6. Recipe is from http://gfcelebration.com: "Residents of the Black Forest region claim that the original history and creation of the Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte originates somewhere within the hills and valleys of Southwest Germany. This dessert is also known as Black Forest Gateau, and usually consists of multiple layers of a chocolate sponge cake, cherries and whipped cream, and is frosted with additional whipped cream, topped with chocolate shavings and additional cherries."

    Recipe #423699

    ZWT6 Before the invention and use of mechanical devices to make these noodles, they were shaped by hand or with a spoon and the results resembled Spatzen (meaning little sparrows) This theory may reflect that traditional Spätzle are never shaped. Serving amount is a guess. From http://noglutenrequired.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #423682

    POSTED FOR ZWT6, GREECE. "Frittatas are really for the omelette challenged, no more jiggling or flipping with this easy dinner idea. The frittata looks like a giant pizza when it's finished. It's OK to double the number of eggs..." Taken from Alive Cooking Naturally 2010 calendar from my local health food store.

    Recipe #423281

    This is what we often eat for a regular days breakfast.

    Recipe #423228

    A delicious recipe our family enjoys served over rice along with a fresh salad such as Recipe #184037. This is of combined origin consisting of the recipe, Dolmas from The Complete Middle East cookbook by Tess Mallos, Iraq section and Mhasha a Jewish Iraqi version on repicesbyrachel.com.

    Recipe #422834

    This is a Ayurvedic practice which is native to the Indian subcontinent and practiced as a form of alternative medicine in the Western world. I am posting this as a form of tooth whitening & tightening of the teeth. It also *may* improve skin conditions. I have found that my face has become clearer since starting this practice. I find it helps our bodies eliminate. I also found I don't crave eating all the time as I used to since beginning this. Please rate this recipe based on the recipe not what you may have read somewhere else. I also use Recipe #61610 in combination with this practice rather than the glass water for my clear skin. (It's a liver detox).

    Recipe #422807

    This is my favorite müsli (uncooked style) and it only takes 30 minutes and is quite healthy. I recommend using organic produce.

    Recipe #422793

    How to make ground loomi powder called for in some recipes.

    Recipe #419710

    Use Recipe #418911 for the chicken stock to be authentic. It includes turmeric to make the rice yellow. Modified from http://emiraticankitchen.wordpress.com.

    Recipe #418913

    Great in Middle Eastern soups, masha Allah. I use small chickens because they are tastier. You could use a large chicken but I suggest that you cut it up into fours and then proceed. Original recipe from http://emiraticankitchen.wordpress.com. I use this chicken stock in Recipe #252558, Recipe #418913, Recipe #388925 and sometimes Recipe #418082.

    Recipe #418911

    This is good Middle Eastern style fried chicken. I use small chickens because they are tastier. You could use a large chicken but I suggest that you cut it up into quarters and then proceed. Original recipe from http://emiraticankitchen.wordpress.com. I serve this with Yellow rice, recipe to be posted or Recipe #418082 using the stock made in this recipe, Recipe #387327 and a fresh salad such as Recipe #289014.

    Recipe #418861

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