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    Credit for the original recipe goes to Jorge Navarro, the chef-owner of Café Navarro, a cozy, Caribbean-style spot in Eugene, Oregon. This particular rendition includes my improvisations based on taste and ingredient availability.

    Recipe #234939

    This dish, local to Guerrero, is a nice twist on the more common comcination of jicama and oranges. It works well as a snack or as a starter salad. I love the contrast between the crispy jicama and the softer, sweeter piña. Serves four as a snack or two salad portions.

    Recipe #234930

    Roasted carrots are a favorite snack or side dish that I enjoy several times a week. This particular rendition came about after thinking about the wonderful Moroccan carrot salads posted on the site. Not only are these delicious, they are

    Recipe #234670

    During my recent visit to Morocco, I enjoyed this Berber flatbread on several occasions and even watched my host make a loaf for me on one occasion. Her version had no butter in it and more water and I wish I'd been more careful about writing down her process. This recipe comes from the web and is attributed to "The Great Book of Couscous" by Copeland Marks. I am making this untried recipe public in hopes that someone with better knowledge of the cuisine can offer feedback.

    Recipe #232808

    A Weight Watcher recipe which is just divine. My rendition includes a lovely combination of Island Spices that will make you swoon. (3 points)

    Recipe #232807

    A perfect summer cocktail cooler from Taxco, Mexico. Though the recipe is for a single serving it easily doubles or triples. Why not invite some friends over and make a pitcher?

    Recipe #232501

    This Spanish condiment can be used as an ingredient in your favorite dishes, as a drizzle on salads and grilled vegetables or simply for dipping bread. I make this in mini batches with good results. This recipe comes from Madhur Jaffrey from a friend in Andalusia.

    Recipe #232386

    My love of eggs - for breakfast, lunch or dinner - is no secret. So when I came across this one I knew it was a likely winner. Have not tried it yet but posting it with the original ingredients. I will most likely reduce the calorie count in my own rendition.

    Recipe #232060

    During a recent trip, I stayed in Fes with the family of a local friend. His mother spoke no English and I spoke no Arabic but our common language was cooking and we spent many hours in the kitchen together. One afternoon, she made this for me and it was just amazing. While cumin is as commonly used in Moroccan homes as salt and pepper in the US, the stellar ingredient in this simple recipe is the use of a good quality olive oil. The amounts stated here are approximates as Momma Simo never used a measuring device and eyed everything.

    Recipe #232059

    A burger creation from the Whine and Cheese gang for ZWT3. The classic California flavors in this dish will leave you drooling and wanting more.

    Recipe #231862

    Though these are reminiscent of the traditional Greek or Italian cookies of the same name, the recipes originates in the US south and traces its roots to Africa. Nutty toasted sesame seeds are included in the dough as well as serving as the crispy coating. They are now commonly served at Kwanzaa celebrations. I have not tried this yet but am posting for ZWT 3.

    Recipe #230390

    New York is apple country and this cake recipe is courtesy of the state's apple growers group. I am tucking it away to make for Thanksgiving but thought I would share it in the meantime. My own version will probably include less sugar as we don't like things quite so sweet. Please note the preparation time include an hour of soaking time.

    Recipe #227242

    Looking for ways to use up some leftover silken tofu, I found a similar recipe on the Nasoya website. Decided to go ahead and adapt it to what was available and pleased enough with the result to share. This is a great option for vegans as well as those with an intolerance for dairy. (If you make this with plain soy, this treat is Core as there are no points for the cocoa powder.)

    Recipe #226936

    After wondering how Recipe #224699 would work with chicken, I began experimenting and came up with this dish. This is serious comfort food with a Tex-Mex twang. Small serving cooking means grabbing bits of leftovers in the fridge, so I've included a couple of ingredient options.

    Recipe #225241

    Yes, there are already lots of recipes posted for honey mustard chicken. But this one *is* different and more importantly, it is really good. I prefer this with chicken with bone as is is a bit more juicy, but you could switch to one pound of boneless chicken and reducing the cooking time.

    Recipe #225172

    A salad from Costa Rica, I found this recipe while search for recipes that use some of the odd ingredients that have collected in my pantry. The result is a light crisp salad which is refreshing and not at all heavy. Hearts of palm taste a bit like artichoke hearts but have a touch more crunch like a water chestnut.

    Recipe #224816

    I love tamale pie but as a solo chef rarely make it. Found this recipe to be the perfect solution and it will easily double for larger families. The tamale topping on this is light and fluffy and complements the hearty beef filling underneath.

    Recipe #224699

    Thinking ahead to Cinco de Mayo and stumbled on this recipe. Thought others might want to join me for the occasion so I am posting this untried.

    Recipe #223966

    Bubby is a common Yiddish term of affection. It is also the name of a popular local restaurant with outlets in Brooklyn and Manhattan. This is their rendition of one of my favorite desserts. Waiting for rhubarb season to try it.

    Recipe #223659

    As a low-fat chef I am always looking for desserts which are interesting and flavorful without lots of butter. :) Here tart apples are candied in a syrup scented with cinnamon and orange blossom water, two flavors typical of North African cuisine. I have not tried this one but it looks scrumptious. (T'fah is the Arabic word for apple.)

    Recipe #220644

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