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Traditional Chinese Plum Sauce

Traditional Chinese Plum Sauce by Robyn Savoie

This is an easy version of plum sauce that is very tasty and keeps well in the fridge. Serve hot or chilled, with egg rolls, pork or chicken.

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Eggplant Szechuan-style

Eggplant Szechuan-style by Amos Miller

Year of the Rooster ! A most Happy and Prosperous and Fortunate New Year to all my Chinese friends! Many years ago - too many - I got a recipe from Chef Rose Cheng that set the basis for this dish. I have always come to this dish for a mid-winter spark. I love eggplant - in all it's manifestations. This dish is one of my…

2 votes
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Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe

Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe by Hina Gujral

Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe is a British style savory spread made with apples and raisin and a hint of cinnamon that provides the much required warmth.

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Savory Creole Sweet Potato Casserole

Savory Creole Sweet Potato Casserole by Amos Miller

No sweet topping here - this has breadcrumbs & bacon and the Creole twist of Jamaican Pickapeppa Sauce in the yams. It is good to venture outside your comfort zone from time to time - and this is a good way to start! I was set on this culinary path in 1987 when first introduced to Chef Austin Leslie at Chez Helene in New Orleans.…

1 vote
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Italian Cauliflower Bake

Italian Cauliflower Bake by Casey

A cheesy cauliflower dish with lots of flavor....

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips

Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips by Jennifer Tyler Lee

Like potato chips, only 500X better! These crispy, crunchy Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips will have your kids begging for Brussels!

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Mint and Coriander Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney)

Mint and Coriander Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) by Hina Gujral

Mint and Coriander Chutney Recipe is quick to make chutney that can spice-up any appetizer, especially Indian Chaats. No Indian street food fare is complete without spicy, flavorsome condiments. These condiments not only bring colors to the table but also provide a layer of flavors to the food.

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Green Beans With Someting Extra! Plus A Giveaway!

Green Beans With Someting Extra! Plus A Giveaway! by kathy gori

I never was a big green bean fan growing up. Mainly because the beans I was usually served weren't green at all but rather grey and flabby, the 90 pound weaklings of beans. They didn't look like they were full of vitamins and raring to go to work on my system but rather as though they'd spent their short bean life couch-surfing and…

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Succotash with Fresh Herbs & Smoked Meat

Succotash with Fresh Herbs & Smoked Meat by Amos Miller

To a great extent, succotash was another of the many gifts to the table from Native Americans. Corn, beans and meat are a tasty and nourishing combination, whatever the type of bean or meat. In this recipe the real flavor play is brought forward by the addition of fresh herbs. After all, corn and beans have no real pronounced flavors…

2 votes
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Sweet Potato Bourbon Noodle Kugel

Sweet Potato Bourbon Noodle Kugel by Farrell May Podgorsek

Kugel is a baked dish served in Jewish homes. It can be sweet or savory, and is normally based on either potatoes or noodles. This dish was perfect for the Hanukkah Thanksgiving holiday overlap. Not too sweet, it went perfectly with the traditional Thanksgiving feast. It is supposed to be a rich dish, but the butter can be cut…

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Lentil Salad with Warm Spices

Lentil Salad with Warm Spices by Farrell May Podgorsek

Lentils are perfect for cold or room temperature salads. This salad features the warm flavors of cumin, coriander, ginger and turmeric. Red onion and tomato add texture and color. I tend to overlook lentils so I found a great way to prevent the dreaded mush. Slightly undercook the lentils and then let them sit in the pot until just…

1 vote
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Fresh Pintos

Fresh Pintos by Groomsie

My grandmother Manuela taught me how to make these. She used to serve them in her restaurant in Mexico. A simple recipe which can be served as a side dish or even as an entree! Great to have your kids or grandchildren sort through the beans the night before. Remove broken beans, dirt and rocks before soaking.

2 votes
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Garlic Herbed Sweet Potatoes

Garlic Herbed Sweet Potatoes by Amos Miller

TRY THIS AT EASTER - it is a signature dish! It is sweet and savory with fresh herbs, dairy products and chicken broth. This is a North Carolina recipe, naturally healthy and rich in beta-carotene, the most common plant source of vitamin A. But who cares! This is delicious, even if it is good for you...besides, sweet potatoes…

1 vote
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Baked Spaghetti Loaf

Baked Spaghetti Loaf by Bizzy

A new way to make spaghetti that is cheesy and baked....

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Spiced Dried Fruit Quinoa

Spiced Dried Fruit Quinoa by Dahlia Klein

For many Jews around the world, Passover is a tough holiday because it's eight days with out eating any leavened bread, and for Ashkenazi Jews this has extended to almost anything leavened- like beans and rice also known as kitniyot. The custom is for Jews to follow their culinary heritage and traditions. So for the Ashkenazi Jews,…

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