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French Martini

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Harvest Vegan Nut Roast Recipe

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Type: Harvest Vegan Nut Roast Free Cooking Recipe - Vegeterian Yes! Ingredients / Directions 1/2 cup(s) chopped celery 2 onionschopped 3/4 cup(s) walnuts 3/4 cup(s) pecan or sunflower meal 2 1/2 cup(s)s soy milk 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 teaspoon dried oregano 3 cup(s)s bread crumbs sa

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Coconut Pie Recipe

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Type: Coconut Pie Free Cooking Recipe - Dessert No other! Ingredients / Directions 3 beaten eggs1 1/2 cup(s) of sugar1/2 cup(s) of butter or margarinemelted4 teaspoon of lemon juice1 teaspoon of vanillaOne 3 1/2 ounce can (1 1/3 cup(s) of) flaked coconutOne unbaked 9 inch pastry shell

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Honey Baked Ham Recipe

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Type: Honey Baked Ham Free Cooking Recipe - Main Meals Check out the travel channel! Ingredients / Directions 1 Smoked ready-to-eat ham,-13 to 15 pounds2 To 3 bottles gingerale3 c Dry white wineGLAZE:5 tb Dijon mustard1/3 c Honey1/3 c Real maple syrupSAUCE:1 1/4 c Chicken stock3 tb Re

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Fig trees probably originated in Asia Minor but they grow wild all over the Mediterranean as they are quite hardy with strong roots. They can survive the dry and hot summer months without need of watering and still produce their sugary fruit.

In ancient Greece the fig tree and its fruit had erotic connotations and played a strong part in folklore. With its strong smell the tree is apparently a powerful hallucinatory source and in Greek folklore people are not supposed to sleep under it as they may go mad. Figs were served in ancient Greece as an appetizer. Athenaeos quotes the poet Lynceus of Samos who mentions the local custom of eating figs with the appetizers rather than among the desserts. He was my inspiration for the dish of figs with Mozzarella cheese on page 46. Figs contain calcium potassium and iron.

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