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Classic Spanish Sangria

Provided by: Lisa
Fruit, rum, red wine and juice - a Spanish classic, you cannot lose! 
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Italian Ribollita (Vegetable and Bread Soup)

Submitted by: TINATED 
A hearty mix of carrots, onion, potatoes, zucchini, cannelini beans, zucchini, leeks, Swiss chard, kale, and Savoy cabbage layered with bread, this Italian-inspired soup makes the perfect winter or rainy day meal. 
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Stewed Cabbage

Provided by: Kim
Classic dish of cabbage stewed with tomatoes, celery, onions and garlic. 
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Vanille Kipferl II

Provided by: Maya McNally
These delicious butter cookies are made with ground almonds and homemade vanilla sugar. They taste best when allowed to ripen for a few days...if you can wait that long! 
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Belgian Iron Cookies

Provided by: Linda Housner
These have been in the family forever. They last forever - they mellow like fine wine. You must have a special iron to bake them over a gas burner. It's like two hinged plates and it usually has a pretty pattern that is pressed into the cookies as they bake one by one. 
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Speculaas

Submitted by: ICECATS 
I believe another name for Windmill Cookies is Speculaas. The spices "speculaaskruiden" make this cookie so distinctive and were imported centuries ago from the far east.  
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Easy Baked Chicken Cordon Bleu

Submitted by: HOLLYSTACH 
Easy recipe that tastes like you cooked all day. Chicken breasts are wrapped around ham and mozzarella cheese for a change in this version of the classic baked dish. 
German Recipes   
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Swabian Meatballs (Fleischkuechle)

Submitted by: Teufelskoch 
Home Town: Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
These German meat patties use both ground beef and ground pork seasoned with marjoram, parsley, onion, and garlic and are fried in butter. 
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Spinach Arancini

Submitted by: NM Dawn 
Home Town: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Living In: Tijeras, New Mexico, USA
I used to live in Sicily, and these stuffed rice balls were a favorite of mine! 'Arancini' means 'Little Oranges' in Italian, named so because the little breaded rice balls resemble small oranges so much. 
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Portuguese Chourico and Peppers

Submitted by: MRSBONA 
Great as a sandwich like sloppy Joes or over mashed potatoes or rice. 
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Jule Kaga

Provided by: Janice
This is a Swedish cardamom bread adorned with candied cherries, citron and golden raisins. 
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Titaina

Submitted by: DC Girly Girl 
Home Town: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Living In: Columbia, Maryland, USA
Tomatoes and peppers are simmered with tomatoes and tuna. I had this at a tapas bar in Spain way back and was able to figure out how to mimic it. It's an easy way to clean out the fridge and pantry. And, perfect for a low carb diet. I was introduced to this as a tapa. But you could always pair it with a salad or other veggie side dish for dinner. 
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Zopf

Provided by: Victoria Marler
I discovered this Swiss Sunday bread when I was visiting friends in Switzerland. One of these friends is a pastry chef! The measurements given to me were metric, so I had to convert them. This makes a beautiful loaf and is super easy to make! 
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Lamb Lover's Pilaf

Submitted by: KCFOXY 
If you like those restaurants with tapestries on the walls, pillows on the floor and little brass tables, you will enjoy this take on Moroccan lamb pilaf. Boneless lamb meat, celery, bulgur wheat and onion are graced with hints of cinnamon, allspice and chicken broth. Raisins and slivered almonds top off this lovely dish. 

 
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