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    Spiced with Harissa, serrano chilies,black olives and cumin topped with feta cheese and almonds. A delightful warm weather salad. This is a recipe I put together for ZWT-7, Africa.

    Recipe #456080

    A flavorful combination of red chile & cilantro in this Argentian chimichurri sauce. Skirt steak is popular in Argentina, if you can't find Skirt steak, you can substitute flat iron or flank steak. It is best to grill the steak to medium or medium rare. This comes from the Williams Sonoma Latin Cookbook. I am posting for ZWT 7; South America.It is said that in the mid 1800s, an Englishman and bon vivant, Jimmy Curry arrived in Argentina, He quickly fell in love with the aroma and taste of the roasted meats and set about to create a spicy accompaniment to show his appreciation for the tasty barbecue. He gathered spices such as chili pepper, sweet red pepper, tomatoes, onions and garlic, and combined them with rosemary, oregano, thyme and salt.The sauce caught on quickly, and today has become the traditional sauce of Argentina.

    Recipe #456036

    Zabaglione is a delicious light Italian desert typically made with Marsla wine. This recipe uses Limoncello which is a lemon flavored liquor produced in the southern part of Italy. True Limoncello is made from the Sorrento lemons that grow overlooking the Mediterranean. Use the very best Limoncello you can afford, Pallini or Caravella brands are suggested. This recipe comes from epicurious.com. I am posting for ZWT 7 Italy. You can make your own double boiler by using a heatproof bowl suspended over simming water; making sure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the boiling water directly.

    Recipe #456035

    Italian rolls spread with artichokes,sun-dried tomaaotes,parmigiano cheese and fresh basil, topped with salami and fresh mozzarella and green Olivada. Sandwiches need to be refrigerated at least 4 hrs. or up to 1 day before serving. This recipe comes from Adriana's Italian Cooking website. Added here for ZWT7, Italy. Food.com wouldn't let me list Green Olivada, so I listed Olive Spread instead; see my recipe #456032 #456032 for Green Olivida.

    Recipe #456033

    A quick and easy version of green olive spread that keeps for 2 weeks in the refrigerator or frozen for extended use. The Olivida can be used as a sandwich spread or as a topping for Crostini. Crostini means "little toasts'" in Italian. Inspired by RecipeSource and Bon Appetit, March 02.

    Recipe #456032

    Olivada is an Italian Green olive spread, it adds zesty flavor and color to this dish. Recipe by Rick Rodgers, I found this delightful salad at Bon Appetit. The sauce can be made and kept in the refrigerator for 3 days.

    Recipe #455794

    A new spin on Pesto, made with Arugula and Pine Nuts. This comes from Adriana's Italian Cooking.

    Recipe #455789

    This recipe is from the chefs at Hotel Villa Cipriani in Aslo, Italy. This charming 15th Century residence was transformed into a country house, later owned by Robert Browing. Today it is a luxurious hotel with a distinctive atmosphere and offers the delicate flavors of the Veneto Region in Northern Italy. I've acutally been to this hotel and can vouch for it's charming atmosphere and lovely food. Gourmet Magazine July 1995.

    Recipe #455482

    An Italian after-dinner/desert drink from the chefs at Hotel Villa Cipriani in Aslo, Italy. Delish!

    Recipe #455479

    One of many traditional Swahilli-seafood dishes from Zanzibar Island. The use of Indian-style curry is indicative of Zanzibar's history as a crossroads of trade. This recipe comes from mormon.org

    Recipe #455445

    This comes from the Washington Post, chef Rossana Aspite Grimm. This Venezuelan dish is traditionally made with beef. It is traditionaly served with rice, black beans and plantains. I am posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #455439

    The Miami Herlad (July 2009) listed this Brazilian desert as one fo the best summer deserts in the world. If you wish to make a non alcoholic drink, you can substitute cassis syrup. I found this at MariaBrazil.com

    Recipe #455414

    Crescent rolls from the dairy case make these fairly quick. I found this at the Hershey's website. Haven't tried it yet, but wow do they look yummy. Perfect for brunch. This is a Pillsbury Bake Off Winner.

    Recipe #455387

    Yummmm. I found this at the Hersey's website. I added lemon juice to the batter to really give these cookies a zing.

    Recipe #455386

    This is from Taste of Home. The dough can be kept in the frig for up to 1 week and 2 months in the freezer. If you freeze the rolls, let them set at room temp for about 5 min before slicing. Be careful not to overmix the dough, it can cause the dough to become tough.

    Recipe #455339

    You can serve the Flat Iron Steak with or without the sauce, but I highly recommend the sauce, sometimes I actually double the recipe. Brandy can be substituted for Cognac and sometimes I use boullion cubes to make my own broth as a $$ saver. The Hot Sauce is the bottled sauce in the hispanic food section, not chunky salsa, the label reads "Salsa Picante, Mexican Hot Sauce". Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #453928

    The Carmelized Onions and Sour Cream Horseradish Sauce makes this meatloaf delightful. I found this at KalynKitchen.com

    Recipe #453918

    Quick Garlic and Lemon flavored Salmon cooked in a skillet. From BHG.

    Recipe #453760

    Another eash salad from Almost Homemade. The dijon mustard is optional.

    Recipe #453562

    Quick and easy, but delish. This comes from my Almost Homemade Cookbook.

    Recipe #453561

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