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    Grains of Paradise were a common spice in Europe before the discovery of black pepper. It's still used in North and Western Africa. The flavor is similar to that of pepper, but it has a slightly more fruity flavor. It pairs very well with white fish.

    Recipe #211965

    This is a typical Middle Eastern salad that goes great with grilled meats. The onions are pre-soaked to take away the bite, but if you have sweet onions on hand, you can skip this step. I love the flavor of sumac, and it really adds something to this dish.

    Recipe #211889

    The mayor of Lock Haven (Pennsylvania) gave me this recipe to go along with a gorgeous rhubarb cake (to be posted soon). It's super easy with only four ingredients. This sauce is sweet and buttery. I prefer to use vanilla paste for better flavor, but extract works just fine. This goes extremely well with my rhubarb cake recipe (#212144).

    Recipe #212142

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This is great on chips with sausage or on meatloaf.

    Recipe #211888

    Few things go together as well as cheese and apples. Try this cheddar pie crust next time you make an apple pie.

    Recipe #212147

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This is a traditional "country" dish. Sugar is optional, but I think it's better with it. Try this for breakfast with fried potatoes. This recipe came from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and the food featured in "Farm Boy."

    Recipe #211328

    Whitebait are little fish which are dredged in milk and flour and then fried until crispy. They are eaten whole while hot, and are particularly good dipped in garlic mayonnaise.

    Recipe #201905

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This is minced pork cooked with mushrooms and spring onions. It is great over rice or noodles, and it can be easily freezed to be reheated quickly later. I use rehydrated shiitake mushrooms which have been squeezed dry and minced, because I prefer the flavor. This recipe is from Kimiko Barber's "The Japanese Kitchen."

    Recipe #201026

    Montegrappa is a fabulous hard Italian cheese. It can be a little hard to find; in the States, you may be able to find it in a Wholefoods supermarket. It's definitely worth seeking out. This sauce is great on meat raviolis or fish.

    Recipe #212098

    This is fast and easy chicken dish which goes well with basmati rice.

    Recipe #202599

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    I found this recipe in a handwritten recipe collection that I got at a boot sale. Time does not including chilling.

    Recipe #209878

    I grew up eating surimi smothered in this sauce on white rice. It works very well with any seafood.

    Recipe #212048

    These soup puffs are like a rich home-made Italian egg pasta or German spaetzle. It takes minutes to prepare, and they add glamour to any hot soup. You can also make a soup puff dough into vermicelli if you knead more water in the dough until it is thin as mashed potato. Then press this through a strainer directly into the hot soup. This recipe is from "Serious Kitchen Play" by George Erdosh

    Recipe #201025

    These freeze well, and you can substitute frozen strawberries in this. Just make sure they are unsweetened. :-)

    Recipe #211883

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This recipe is from "New British Classics" by Gary Rhodes. Creaming the parsnips in this way, instead of just boiling and mashing them, gives them much more flavor.

    Recipe #201904

    3 Reviews |  By Sascha

    This recipe was on Oprah's website and is an adaptation of Magnolia Bakery's icebox cake. It has to chill overnight, but it's deceptively simple to make. This works best with Nabisco famous wafers.

    Recipe #215193

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    Mealie is corn, and this South African soup is easy and filling.

    Recipe #212409

    2 Reviews |  By Sascha

    If you have cooked rice that you need to use, this is the answer. Just mix it with the other ingredients and bake for 20 minutes!

    Recipe #211942

    These are buttermilk dumplings, ideal for stew or soup. This recipe came from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and the food featured in "On The Banks of Plum Creek."

    Recipe #211330

    1 Reviews |  By Sascha

    These cakes are a cross between shortbread and sugar cookies. They are brown on the outside and pure white on the inside. This recipe comes from "The Little House Cookbook" by Barbara M Walker, and the cakes were part of Laura and Mary's Christmas stockings in "Little House on the Prairie."

    Recipe #211332

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