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    This is a delicious, light chicken salad you can serve over mixed greens or in a sandwich or just with some crackers. This is fishingdoc's wife's recipe.

    Recipe #429369

    This is a recipe for Bronzino, which is a European fish related to our native striped bass. The flavor profile of bronzino is very close to that of our native true striped bass in the USA which may be substituted. This recipe may be served either hot immediately out of the oven, or alternatively, cold as an aspic. The richness of the fish stands up just fine to the red wine and herbs.

    Recipe #330530

    This is a recipe for a traditional aspic made from Calves feet. It is an old Ashkenazic recipe that speaks of past days. It is a recipe from the days when meager incomes and impoverished living conditions made it necessary to avoid wasting anything of nutritive value. The texture of the finished product is something that will no doubt polarize the RecipeZaar community (you either love the springiness and jell texture or you don't) and the flavors are assertive. It is not for the faint at heart. This recipe is provided for those who enjoy Petchah, are gastronomically daring, or who are interested in it from a cultural or historical perspective. The author makes no apologies. However, this is a traditional rendition of this dish and remains faithful to its humble Eastern European roots. Enjoy.

    Recipe #307336


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