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Scouse by Colin Callan

Scouse was brought to Liverpool by Northern European sailors, it was originally called Labskause or lobskause. This was finally shortened to Skause and over time the spelling changed to the more Anglicised version we know and love today, Scouse. Interesting Note: The Danish name is "skipper labskovs". In Swedish, it's "kallops".…

8 votes
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Tuna Flakes Afritada

Tuna Flakes Afritada by ShaleeDP

Healthy and tasty recipe.

2 votes
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Malaysian Pork Stew with Garnishes

Malaysian Pork Stew with Garnishes by John Spottiswood

This recipe, which is adapted from the New York Times Cookbook, is just outstanding. It has a great combination of flavors that everyone in our family loved. These cuts of pork are so inexpensive, that this is a very economical meal despite the exotic flavors. The garnishes add another dimension, so don't skimp on them! We served…

7 votes
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Chahohbili - Georgian Chicken Stew

Chahohbili - Georgian Chicken Stew by John Spottiswood

This is another dish that I had while in Russia, and it's popular throughout the former Soviet Union. This might be the most commonly made Georgian dish. I'm a big fan of the flavors. I served it over rice, but it would go nicely with pasta or crusty bread too. To me, this isn't as remarkable as the Georgian beef stew that I…

3 votes
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Khalia - Georgian Beef Stew

Khalia - Georgian Beef Stew by John Spottiswood

This is the incredible, densely flavored beef stew that I enjoyed so much at a Georgian restaurant in St. Petersburg, Russia. I've been searching for this, and finally I nailed it. I had this served in a sizzling cast iron pan in Russia, and while I didn't serve it that way to my dinner guests last night, it tasted just as good.…

8 votes
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Pickled cabbage rolls with tomato sauce

Pickled cabbage rolls with tomato sauce by Gourmandelle LifestyleBlog

I love pickled veggies, and cabbage is one of my favorites! Cabbage rolls will always remind me of my carnivore times, when I used to it them stuffed with pork forcemeat every winter. It is a traditional dish you see...but I no longer fall prey to temptation! Now I eat these goodies stuffed with marinated mushrooms, sautéed onions and…

2 votes
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Mexican Stew

Mexican Stew by Joy

This was the result of a failed challenge to myself.

2 votes
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Mediterranean Lamb Stew with tomato, mushroom and eggplant (Kokkinisto)

Mediterranean Lamb Stew with tomato, mushroom and eggplant (Kokkinisto) by John Spottiswood

I used to order a delicious lamb stew at the New Kappadokia restaurant in Redwood City, California. Then I had a not quite but close to equally delicious stew at a Greek restaurant in Palo Alto that was called Kokkinisto. I pieced this recipe together…

1 vote
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Beef Pepper and Mushroom Barley

Beef Pepper and Mushroom Barley by Spicie Foodie

It seems some people are turned off by barley because they think it's only good in soup, but that is not the only way to prepare it (in fact I have yet to try barley soup). I tried Barley for the first time only a couple years ago and quickly became a favorite in my home, I really liked the nutty taste to it and that it was a great…

1 vote
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Masoor Dal –Red Lentil Stew

Masoor Dal –Red Lentil Stew by Meghna Patel

Dal in general is a true soul food for any Indian at heart. I relish any kind of dal with simple steamed rice. Arhar or Tool and Moong dals top the chart but I am in mood for something different today. Hummm….. I searched my pantry high and low and I found a jar of Masoor Dal/Red Lentil . Now Masoor Dal is not frequently made in…

1 vote
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TURKEY STROGANOFF

TURKEY STROGANOFF by Cheryl Norman

A skillet meal that's easier than those box helpers, with fewer additives, too. This one's from RECIPES FOR RECOVERY ©2011 Cheryl Norman.

1 vote
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Oats and Chicken Porridge Recipe

Oats and Chicken Porridge Recipe by Renu Guru

This recipe is from Sanjeev Kapoor-an Indian celebrity chef, entrepreneur writer and television personality.I have not altered the recipe.I tried it the way it's mentioned and it turned out just perfect.This recipe makes the perfect portion, enough to keep you full till lunch. High on protein, for those looking for both taste and…

1 vote
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Uncle Sidney's Red Beans

Uncle Sidney's Red Beans by Amos Miller

There are two ways to go here: smoked meats (sausage, rib tips, neck bones, ham, country bacon), OR pickled meat. Either way, you'll obtain a rich flavor profile and a satisfying meal. One, warm, soft, and smokey; one tangy, slightly sharp, sort of barbeque-y, but it's always PORK and beans in the end.. My culinary mentor, whom I…

2 votes
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Leftover 2-Bean Stew

Leftover 2-Bean Stew by Amos Miller

A quick bite using odds & ends was WAY too delicious not to post. Forget 8-bean and even 18-bean soups - 2 cans of beans, a few veggies and a little smoked sausage turned a toss-off dish into a tasty winner! I had no intention when I threw this together to share it with anyone other than a couple of hungry mouths in the kitchen.…

1 vote
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Spicy Cuban Ropa Vieja

Spicy Cuban Ropa Vieja by John Spottiswood

I wanted to serve a slightly more flavorful version of Ropa Vieja, the classic cuban beef dish, over black beans and rice for a friends' pre-christmas dinner. I paired it with a pork stew and both were hugely popular. I used tri-tip and it shredded wonderfully. This can be made with a cheaper, tougher piece of meat, but when Tri-tip…

1 vote
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