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    Posted for World Tour 2006, this is a mildly tangy cucumber salad of the sort you can find at small cafes and private homes in Germany. I loved this one when I lived there. It's not fancy but it is definitely tasty.

    Recipe #171161

    Posted for ZWT 2006 (Italian region), this is a light (as in not going to feel heavy on your stomach but full flavored roast chicken dish in a heavenly white wine/lemon/rosemary sauce. Don't let the long direction list throw you; it's not difficult at all. I make NO claims in this recipe that it is light in fat or low cal; make it knowing that please.

    Recipe #172789

    Posted for World Tour 2006, this was always one of my favorites when I lived in Germany. Don't let the long ingredient list throw you; this is fairly easily put together and not difficult to make.

    Recipe #171171

    I've made this one before and had lost the recipe. Found it again in a recipe group emailing today...HURRAY!! This is really good; moist and flavorful, sweet yet tangy. Make sure to use the glaze; it adds that extra zip to the cake.

    Recipe #171426

    Posting this for ZWT 2006. Oh wow these sound good! I would serve these with coconut rice and some steamed asparagus I think.

    Recipe #173786

    posting this for ZWT 2006 this is a wonderfully easy version of Asian Plum Sauce. it is great with egg rolls, used in a stir fry, just as a dipping sauce for so many things. You can spice this up a little by adding 1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes

    Recipe #172468

    Posting this for ZWT 2006, this is a nice spicy (but not TOO hot) chicken dish. Serve this with rice and/or Chapati bread. This goes together quickly and then simmers leaving you free to do other things.

    Recipe #173049

    I got this from a recipe group I'm in. Haven't made it yet & wanted to save it here. It was getting raves in the group. Also, a lot of people were saying that they substituted dried sweetened cranberries for the cherries. Where it calls for milk chocolate, I plan to sub semi-sweet because it sounds as if it may be too sweet with white & milk chocolate IMHO

    Recipe #152148

    Soooooo yummy. I'm posting this for ZWT 2006 (Italian region) This is a very hearty sandwich but so tasty that if i'm hungry, even having the small appetite that I do, I can down one and a half of these buggers. Guys and kids love these. This is also easy to double if you have more people to feed.

    Recipe #173193

    Posting this for ZWT 2006, this is a typical South African Curry. For those who dislike Coconut Milk in curries try this one; it is coconut milk free. This is served over rice or with a bread such as Chapatis.

    Recipe #173190

    I made this for dinner tonight and it was quite good. I did add more garlic and also rosemary and thyme to add a little more flavor and because both of those herbs mix so nicely with red wine in cooking. I also used extra onions and mushrooms. Feel free to experiment with seasonings and veggies though the recipe as is is more classic. This is an extremely simple recipe for an old classic and practically foolproof. Your crockpot may cook slower or quicker though, so be aware of that.

    Recipe #166939

    Classic maple Fudge recipe. Very rich, very sweet and not hard at all so long as you use a candy thermometer.

    Recipe #167821

    This is a lovely glazed carrot/parsnip dish. It's a two step from stovetop to oven process. You can sub turnips for the parsnips. This is for the British/Irish section of the tour.

    Recipe #230004

    Wonderful on a cold rainy day like I have here today. I have made this about 5 times since finding the recipe last year & always love it. I changed it from the original a little in the matter of spices & adding some flavoring. This is different than most other pumpkin cranberry breads in that it uses canned sauce so it is good year round if you don't have a frozen stash of cranberries. I haven't yet made it with the glaze. It is great without it spread with butter or Pumpkin Butter. You can sub 1 1/2 tblsp pumpkin pie spice for the spices but personally I like to be able to add a little more or less of whatever I may or may not be in the mood for.

    Recipe #152162

    The Southwestern United States is known for love of spicy foods and this relish is a fitting example of a condiment that can be used to up the heat factor. It can be made a little hotter by subbing in some extra Jalapenos or even using Habeneros instead. It is wonderful with any sort of meat or even just having a few spoonfuls on your plate as a sort of side dish is good. THIS RECIPE ASSUMES KNOWLEDGE OF SAFE WATER BATH CANNING METHODS

    Recipe #92109

    I got this one from Southern Living Magazine and tweaked it some as it was kind of bland to begin with. Needless to say, once I got a hold of it, with my love of spice, it was no longer bland. If you want just mild spice though, just omit all spice but the salt, pepper and onions and green peppers and up the salt to taste as I lowered it to take into account the saltiness of the Cajun Seasoning.

    Recipe #167798

    Very good in a cup of Hot chocolate which with the weird weather i'm thinking about even in May. Not a quick and easy recipe but sooo much better than store bought marshmallows and not difficult at all.

    Recipe #167803

    Posting for ZWT 2006 this is an appetizer or cold side dish. Sounds nicely spiced and very interesting. I would think the spices in this could be played with a little bit.

    Recipe #173849

    Posting this for ZWT 2006, this takes the common chickpea and makes it into a spicy snack food.

    Recipe #173683

    I just made this up today...so far it seems to be either a love it or hate it proposition. Out of 8 of us, 5 think its good, 3 say ehhh, its ok..but its kind of tangy, very refreshing and not too sweet, though easy to sweeten up if you wanted it sweeter. Cooking time is steeping time

    Recipe #93375

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