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Fried Dry Land Fish (Morel Mushroom)

Fried Dry Land Fish (Morel Mushroom) by Vanessa

Dry Land Fish (or morels) is an edible mushroom that grows in the woods. The location and season may vary, but it is a spring favorite in most states from April to late May. They're found just about all over the world except in extremely dry areas or along the coast lines. The thickest places it grows is in the areas of the great…

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Onion Bahjis

Onion Bahjis by Nina Timm

Who can say no to this delightfully easy and delicious Indian Snack!

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White Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce

White Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce by Frank Fariello

This dish brings me back to my Vienna days: white asparagus and potatoes with hollandaise sauce. The appearance of asparagus in the markets of Vienna--as elsewhere--is a harbinger of Spring. Austrians (and Germans) have a thing for white asparagus. They prefer it to the green kind that is more familiar in most other places. In fact,…

6 votes
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Honey and Sea Salt Plantains

Honey and Sea Salt Plantains by Sean Kervin

The humble plantain seems to be one of the most misunderstood fruits in the grocery aisle. Most people pass over these green bananas in favor of their more popular yellow cousins, yet they are wonderful to cook with. Treat them just like a potato and boil, fry, or mash them for a slightly unique experience. This recipe is very…

3 votes
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Raw Mango Salad With Deboned Chicken Fee

Raw Mango Salad With Deboned Chicken Fee by kristy

An incredible Asian cuisine that you must try !

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Hummus

Hummus by Shandiola colebrooke

Healthy vegetarian spread Can be refrigerated for two weeks and still can eat. Easy snack

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Benefits of Fruit Based on His Skin Color

Benefits of Fruit Based on His Skin Color by Rany

you eat the fruit and have content different nutrients. If you read through this article, then you will get a recipe or strategy to pick the fruit you should eat when you are short on nutrition

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Turkish Red Pepper & Walnut Dip

Turkish Red Pepper & Walnut Dip by John Spottiswood

I've had this appetizer numerous times at my favorite nearby Turkish restaurant, New Kapadokia. I finally made it myself for a number of guests and it was a big hit. Slightly sweet, slightly spicy, and very flavorful. I served it with high quality hummus and babaganoush, and the red pepper dip was the most popular. Give it a try!

11 votes
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Mushrooms with Butter, Garlic and Croutons

Mushrooms with Butter, Garlic and Croutons by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a delicious and easy to make mushroom dish. It tastes as good as fancy stuffed mushrooms, but is half the work. My kind of recipe!

5 votes
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Hummus

Hummus by Frosted Flaker

This is a great snack for any time of year. I personally serve it with Kalamata olives and sometimes even diced cucumber and/or bell pepper. Keep in mind that after blending, fine-tuning the mixture with slightly more tahini and/or lemon juice is often needed (see step 3). As a footnote, tahini is what gives the hummus its creamy…

4 votes
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Cheese balls!

Cheese balls! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share one of the “Doña Anadina’s” (my sous chef’s mother) golden recipes. She’s one of my most faithful and constant advisors in the kitchen. Doña Anadina is a master of the flour and dough and even knowing this, I should say that she outdid herself this time. The “little chefs” (and me, I cannot deny it) took good care…

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Wheat and Barley Bran flour Biscuits

Wheat and Barley Bran flour Biscuits by Coral

I love baking but I hate to use very fine white flour. So, this time I have made biscuits from wheat flour and Barley Bran. These are perfect tea-time or evening snacks. These are also all time favorite of my daughter. As I used whole wheat flour and barley bran flour with home made butter, I don't suffer from any guilt when she eats…

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Persian Style Baked Herb Omelet - "Healing Foods for Special Diets"

Persian Style Baked Herb Omelet - "Healing Foods for Special Diets" by The Blender Girl

This omelet will rock your world! I found this recipe in a fantastic book called Healing Foods, that is sadly, no longer in print. Baked omelets are so quick and easy; and very low maintenance, in comparison with their stove top counterparts, who…

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Armenian Red Lentil Balls - Vospov Kheyma

Armenian Red Lentil Balls - Vospov Kheyma by John Spottiswood

Traditionally, Kheyma is a made with meat (raw beef patty). However, during Lent many Armenians prefer Vospov Kheyma as a vegetarian alternative. Our friends the Bedrosians brought these over as an appetizer last night. He said it was a bit spicier than his mother usually made, but we all thought they were perfect. If you want less…

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Hummus & Greek Salad

Hummus & Greek Salad by Padma Priya Manikam

I decided to go healthy one night and went Arabic and Greek! Some of you may be familiar with hummus which is made from chick peas and the latter is pretty simple using feta cheese and lots of other fresh produce. Both are to be eaten with kubus (pita bread). The Greek salad was inspired by a book titled Vegetarian by Love Food.

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