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Tuna Salad
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Ingredients: 2 cans tuna (in water) 1 Tablespoon Mayonaise 1 teaspoon ketchup 1 cup yogurt 1 small onion - finely chopped 2 celery stalks - ...

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Guasacaca – Venezuelan Guacamole
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This is the Venezuelan version of guacamole.   It is a little darker than the Mexican version and that is due to the fact that we use red peppers instead of or ...

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Ceasar style salad with chicken
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Ingredients: Croutons Ceasar style salad (see recipe) 4 chicken breasts, skinless and deboned, cut in thin stripes Marinade: 1 large lemon ...

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Ceasar style salad
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This is definitely my version of a classic.  My mom used to make this dish with eggs (the original), but I prefer mayo to go on the "safe" side...   I also ...

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Croutons
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Ingredients; 8 Slices of sandwich bread 6 teaspoons butter 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon ...

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Perico – Venezuelan scrambled eggs
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This is the way scrambled eggs are eaten in Venezuela.  Since we are on vacation right now, I had enough time to make this for breakfast... Ingredients: 6 ...

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Latvian Canapés
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The canapé in the middle is a classic at any Latvian party!   It is actually a classic at any northern European gathering, but my latvian grandmother tought me ...

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Camarones al Ajillo – Shrimp with garlic
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Ingredients: Pimientos Morrones (yesterday's post) 2 lbs tiger shrimps (1 kg) 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon Spanish paprika (pimentón dulce ...

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Pimientos Morrones – Roasted Peppers
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This is the first part of a recipe.  The rest continues tomorrow.  Prepare one day in advance in order for the flavour to develop! Ingredients: 6 - 8 ...

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North Sea Crayfish
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This is the way crayfish are eaten in Sylt,  Germany. Ingredients: 1 lb Crayfish 1/4 cup olive oil 1 teaspoon butter 1 - 2 garlic cloves - ...

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Latvian Easter eggs
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This has been a tradition in my family for generations! It is very popular in Latvia and in other Baltic countries. Ingredients: Onion skins - just the ...

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Crispy Fish Fillets
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This recipe I figured out while on vacation in Sylt, Germany.  The fish used is called Seelachs in german (pollock) and is very mild in taste. Kids approved! ...

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