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Chicken à la king Grandmas way

Chicken à la king Grandmas way by Peter Brown

every household should have a Chicken A la King recipe, there must be 1000 *s around. This is a good one my grandmother used to do and is still a favourite today

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Moroccan Split Pea Soup

Moroccan Split Pea Soup by John Spottiswood

This is a delicious and beautiful recipe I adapted from one in Paula Wolfert's beautiful book "the food of morocco". The split pea soup has wonderful Moroccan flavors, and it gets a beautiful touch when you drizzle homemade pepper oil on top. This is a super easy trick which adds a nice kick to the already flavorful soup. It's…

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MALAY QUARTER (bo kaap)SOSATIES

MALAY QUARTER (bo kaap)SOSATIES by Peter Brown

Found I AFRICA What makes this kebab dish quite different from the usual South African sosatie is the special Cape Malay-style sauce in which the meat is marinated prior to grilling it. If the meat is for frying you need to exercise caution because it can burn and go black and bitter quite quickly. The beauty of this marinade is…

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Basic Baked custard

Basic Baked custard by Peter Brown

A tasty, simple and inexpensive dessert that can be made with a wide range of flavours and served with many different additions. Some of the delicious flavour options include sago custard, caramel custard, coffee custard, chocolate custard and coconut custard, all of which can be accompanied by just about anything one can think of:…

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Sauteed Green Beans Recipe

Sauteed Green Beans Recipe by Jasper Sone

In the Philippines this dish is called ginisang Baguio beans, and its actually string beans or green beans that is sautéed. These healthy, rich in protein beans before different hybrids are formed, only grew in cooler weather conditions and in the Philippines, Baguio is the only place for that. However, nowadays it can be grown in…

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PERI/PERI OIL

PERI/PERI OIL by Peter Brown

In South Africa we tend to use a lot of Peri/Peri oil, I believe it originates from the old African Portuguese Colonies of Mozambique and Angola. It is simple to make and always handy to have in your food cupboard

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KWELERA SPICED FISH

KWELERA SPICED FISH by Peter Brown

This is a recipe we adapted to suit our tastes living on the Kwelera River East Coast South Africa, Its simple and easy to do and great for the out doors , We do ours on a Skottle braai, a disc bbq device,otherwise a large frying pan is good

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Baba ghanūj

Baba ghanūj by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Roasted eggplant with garlic, tahini and sumac.

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Tangy Kebabs with Creamy Orange Mayonnaise

Tangy Kebabs with Creamy Orange Mayonnaise by Peter Brown

Found this at Ninas Kitchen, with my passion for Kebabs had to give it ago, also learnt some tips • Do not cut the chicken pieces too small, biggish nuggets - the size of an un-shelled walnut • Always marinade your chicken • It is a good idea to alternate the chicken pieces with something like a small tomato or dried fruit to help…

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Moroccan kofte and sausage stew

Moroccan kofte and sausage stew by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

A North African casserole ideal for a small crowd.

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SWAHILI KUKU

SWAHILI KUKU by Anita Mary Amalor

Kenyans love chicken. After living in Kenya for a while I have fallen in love for this particular dish because of the very basic ingredients being used in this dish and yet tastes very good.This is my husband's favorite dish too. This chicken is well served with chapati, rice or Ugali(maize meal) in Kenya. It is very easy to prepare…

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Spicy peanut chicken satay

Spicy peanut chicken satay by Peter Brown

I am a lover of Kebabs,sosaties whatever you like to call them, I try them all. This very pleasant found on Iafrica site Little chicken kebabs are always popular at group gatherings and they are easy to make and even easier to cook. Remember to soak the wooden or bamboo skewers before grilling the chicken to prevent them from…

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Selecting Flowers for Supply On the web and Making Your Preference Specific

Selecting Flowers for Supply On the web and Making Your Preference Specific by antony2010

The reality that you cannot see your loved one is considerably helped through the on the net presence of florists who help you You are able to talk with this exclusive language, the language of flowers, to each corner with the earth. Flowers by supply…

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Mixed veggie and seed bake

Mixed veggie and seed bake by Peter Brown

Although this is an ideal single dish to serve to vegetarians it is also versatile and unusual enough to serve as accompaniment to meat and fish and it goes particularly well with couscous or brown rice. This dish is easy to prepare and you can vary the ingredients to suit your own tastes. In summer you can also serve this dish at…

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Spiced Chicken with Couscous

Spiced Chicken with Couscous by DCMH

from Cook's Country, Oct/Nov 2011

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