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Potato Latkes

Potato latkes are a traditional Jewish dish for Hanukkah but they can be made on any other day as an appetizer or side dish for dinner. Latkes are usually made ​​from potatoes and onions, but you can also add zucchini, apples, carrots, sweet potatoes, parsnips and more. If you want your latkes to be golden crispy on the outside and...
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Mashed Potatoes with Baked Garlic and Rosemary

Warm, creamy, flavorful mashed potatoes with the addition of baked garlic and rosemary, an excellent dish for Thanksgiving or a side dish for any dinner. Garlic mashed potatoes can be prepared beforehand, just cook them, then put in an airtight container with a little olive oil on top, and they can keep in the fridge for about 5 days. One of...
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Irish Lamb Stew with Vegetables

If you love comfort food you will like this recipe! Everything cooks together to create a rich blend of flavors and the juices keep the meat from turning dry. Lamb can be replaced with beef. This stew can be cooked in small pots, like I did, or in a Dutch oven. If you really want to make this dish...
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Irish beef goulash

March 17 - a day when everyone can feel a little Irish! Parties, get-together, and family dinners wouldn't be complete without corned beef and cabbage, vegetables and traditional Irish and Irish-American dishes. In Irish cuisine you can always find healthy recipes with fresh simple ingredients and goulash is one of them. Goulash is a soup or stew made of...
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Ossetian Pies Kartofdzhyn

These popular Ossetian pies are baked with different fillings and often prepared on holidays. In Ossetia they traditionally serve three pies on a plate and only on days of mourning - an even number. These pies are a cult food in Ossetia and have ritual significance. Kartofdzhyn- the pie stuffed with potato and cheese. Ossetian cheese can be replaced with similar cheese such...
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Wild Duck with Bacon and Vegetables

I usually fry the vegetables and duck breasts in lard or melted goose (or chicken) fat but you can use vegetable or olive oil. For the herbs I use a couple of sage leaves, a little thyme, Thai basil, tarragon and oregano. The finished duck was juicy, tender and had a light smoke flavor from the bacon. Read more
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