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    This dish is especially popular for Chinese New Year, the fish symbolizing longevity.

    Recipe #281438

    Here are two methods for roasting walnut halves or any other kind of nuts.

    Recipe #281387

    Blue cheese, pears and walnuts are traditionally an English combination used for many dishes, and especially good in tea sandwiches.

    Recipe #245824

    What is available in Japan is called Calpico, It is sold in a dark bottle. The syrup preserves well in the refrigerator. Make sure you shake the bottle each time you use it in order to thoroughly mix contents and there's no sediment.

    Recipe #235531

    Very nice subtle-flavored curried soup. Try to find the Japanese kabocha as I believe it's much better than the American acorn squash. When you serve guests, garnish with a swirl of cream, fresh mint leaf or pasley sprig.

    Recipe #128459

    Delicious appetizer for your next party. These little angels can be broiled in your oven indoors or on a grill outdoors. From Global Gourmet.

    Recipe #128458

    Creamy and thick, a delicious soup from The Daily Yomiuri newspaper, Japan.

    Recipe #107792

    Oh my! For those who dislike traditional fruitcake full of candied fruits and currants, or steamed puddings glopped in custard sauce, try this delicious bourbon soaked cake from the heart of Dixie. My friend gave me this recipe several years ago.

    Recipe #107789

    This quick and delicious soup is made with leftover salad -- tomatoes, lettuce, olives, onions, cucs, including the dressing that's still clinging to it! Preparation time is included in the chilling time.

    Recipe #93276

    This is very easy and good. Serve as a dessert by itself or spoon over ice cream or a slice of cake. Preparation time is included in the cooking time. Does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #92789

    My daughter gave me this recipe. It's easy to make and perfect for a brunch or luncheon.

    Recipe #92619

    This elegant custard is luscious and creamy, yet easy to prepare. Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #92537

    This is an excellent side dish to serve with any kind of meat or it can stand on its own as a main dish served with salad. You may double this recipe to serve many people at a buffet, backyard party or potlucks. It's an easy way to use up any kind of leftover meat. Freezes well. Preparation time is included in cooking time.

    Recipe #92538

    This eastern European Croatian sweet bread or coffee cake is enjoyed during Christmas and Easter. Povotica (Povo-teets-a) is out of this world delicious, no other way to describe it. My cousin makes this bread every Christmas, and I like it for a coffee or tea party.

    Recipe #92350

    This is undoubtedly the best lime mold salad/dessert I've ever had, and my family has come to expect it for part of our Xmas dinner. You may use jelly from Australia or flavored gelatin from other countries as a substitution for American jello, adjusting the sugar to taste.

    Recipe #92349

    Super easy, super good, super for snacks and holiday treats.

    Recipe #92348

    This easy to prepare dough is for small, individual meat pies (tapas) served throughout the year in Spain and, traditionally, during the Christmas holidays in Mexico and northern New Mexico. (See my recipe for Meat Filling Empanada)

    Recipe #92254

    These little Spanish snacks (tapas) probably originated in the Middle East and were carried by the Moors into Spain. Travelers and traders could carry these snacks easily, and versions can be seen throughout the Latin world under various names. These delicious little minced meat pies are popular in Mexico and northern New Mexico at Christmas time. (See my recipe for Empanada Dough.)

    Recipe #92159

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