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Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs

Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs by Amos Miller

A perfect appetizer, great hot or cold, and can be easily made the day before the party in a large crock pot. All you’ll need is toothpicks and tiny plates! I’ve built upon an interesting recipe I found for meatballs with a teriyaki sauce and the inclusion of, yes, dried cranberries. This was so tasty when I first made my…

3 votes
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BOTTLE GOURD DESSERT (Lauki Ka Halwa)

BOTTLE GOURD DESSERT (Lauki Ka Halwa) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This is so tasty Indian/Pakistani dessert... Lauki Ka Halwa. Lauki is a Hindi word for bottle gourd or upo in Tagalog. It was something strange for me at the start because I used to eat bottle gourd as a vegetable dish. It's so easy to make this sweet dish.

1 vote
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Filipino Style Soft Cookies

Filipino Style Soft Cookies by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

I love our native baked goods. Here's one of my favorite cookies which I successfully created a recipe. Please watch and subscribe to my YouTube cooking channel (Lipardo's Global Kitchen) for more recipes around the world and future raffle draws for giveaway prizes.

1 vote
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Drunken Bean Soup with Bacon for the Slow Cooker

Drunken Bean Soup with Bacon for the Slow Cooker by Laura Tabacca

Drunken Bean Soup with Bacon for the Slow CookerI know we’ve all got spring fever; being cooped up in our homes watching snowfall after snowfall through the windows is making us all a little crazy. So do I wish I had something really spring-y to share with you? Of course. But alas, it has been nothing but cold here and soup is still…

1 vote
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File Gumbo / Chez Helene

File Gumbo / Chez Helene by Amos Miller

The late Chef Austin Leslie left a brilliant legacy of Creole dishes and he helped form my approach to the cuisine of NOLA. I follow no other recipe than the one he left me. When a dish is perfect, why stray? Fresh ingredients will tell the tale. Now, as my mentor Paula Wolfert admonishes: "Relax and follow the recipe"!

2 votes
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