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Stuffed cabbage ( Galumpkis )

Stuffed cabbage ( Galumpkis ) by Chef Paul McGovern

I have played around with this dish for years and this is what I came up with and like the best. I have spoke with my Polish friends and I have gotten many different recipe from all. So I put together many recipes and found this to be the best received from all. You can scratch make your own sauce or use your favorite store bought…

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Duck Leg Confit

Duck Leg Confit by Chef Paul McGovern

This is a very simple dish to make it's just takes a long time to do it ! But what you end up with is well worth the time and it will keep for week's in the frig and the flavors just get better with time. You can get the duck fat a any food supply house or if you know a Chef ask them to save it for you. I will store the duck for 3…

1 vote
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Senate Bean Soup

Senate Bean Soup by Salad Foodie

U.S. Senate Bean Soup is served in the dining room of the United States Senate every day in a tradition that dates back to the early 20th century. The basic recipe is made of navy beans, ham hocks and onions, but variations abound. This version is typical, with the addition of potato, celery and garlic. Serve with a slice of corn…

2 votes
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Potato leek soup

Potato leek soup by Chef Paul McGovern

This is a dish I make at the end of the gardening season and everyone loves it !! I use my scallions that I have left in the garden and allowed to grow quite large. I only use the white part as you would for leeks

1 vote
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Malai Kesar Peda

Malai Kesar Peda by swati paathak

Malai Kesar Peda is a one of the most famous, rich milk Indian dessert. Malai Kesar Peda is a perfect dessert for the festive occasions and celebrations.

1 vote
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Morrocan Lamb

Morrocan Lamb by Bernard Dahilig

I love the savory and slow & low cooking process of Morrocan food and especially stews like this, How can you not love this dish over the balnd falvorless stews of its American counterpart - DUH! Give it a try and you be the judge. My first taste of Morrocan food about a dozen years ago and i was addicted to the flavors of the exotic…

1 vote
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VEGETABLE STOCK FOR ICE CUBE TRAYS

VEGETABLE STOCK FOR ICE CUBE TRAYS by Lillie Ann Passwaiter

THIS MAKES LOTS OF EXTRA STOCK THAT CAN BE FROZEN IN STAINLESS STEEL ICE CUBE TRAYS FOR FUTURE USE!

1 vote
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Pork Adobo, Hawaiian Style

Pork Adobo, Hawaiian Style by Bernard Dahilig

I decided to post this recipe for those of you that do not know or are not familiar with Filipino Foods. being borne Filipino by choice, this recipe reminds me of my Mom's & Lola's kitchen. The fragrance of soy sauce, apple ciider vinegar, frech crushed garlic, laurel leaves - served with hot steamed white rice? How can you not get…

1 vote
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Slow Cooker Baked Beans

Slow Cooker Baked Beans by Eileen Kelly

Slow Cooker Baked Beans is a super easy recipe to prepare in the slow cooker. Made with canned beans and a blend of ketchup, molasses and spices! Using the canned beans allows this dish to be ready in 2 hours. Perfect side dish for any BBQ

1 vote
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Pork casserole with shallots and potatoes

Pork casserole with shallots and potatoes by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Fried boneless pork chops topped with creamy gravy and baked atop sliced new potatoes will please all.

1 vote
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Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani

Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani by Achal Singh Bhati

A good aromatic Hyderabadi cuisine especially prepared during Ramadan.

1 vote
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Slow Cooker Chuck Roast with Carrots

Slow Cooker Chuck Roast with Carrots by "Cheffie Cooks"

Delicious and super tender beef roast your family will love.

1 vote
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Summer Black Beans

Summer Black Beans by Culinary Envy

Summer Black Beans are slow simmered creamy, garlicky black beans with smoky ham hocks and a hint of orange citrus flavor.

1 vote
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Homestyle Asadong Baboy

Homestyle Asadong Baboy by ShaleeDP

Whenever I cook this dish I make sure that I put a little twist each time. Just to compare the differences... why not?! lolz

1 vote
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Homemade Nangka Jam

Homemade Nangka Jam by Joyce Yap

Nangka is a Cebuano term for jack fruit. This fruit has its own natural sugar, so you don't have to use a lot of sugar to enhance its taste.

1 vote
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