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COQ AU RIESLING | Chicken Braised in Alsatian Riesling wine

 

COQ AU RIESLING | Chicken Braised in Alsatian Riesling wine

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Pastitsio | Oven-Baked Greek Macaroni

 

Just in time for Fall. Comfort food that surely brings out childhood memories; just like your Yaya (grandmother) used to make.

Pastítsio (pa-STEE-tsee-oh) is the Greek version of a Mediterranean lasagna-style pasta pie; composed of layers of tubular long macaroni, a meat-based sauce (makaronia me kimá) and finished off with an egg-based custard or Mornay sauce (a white sauce, Béchamel, with cheese).

Start by making your meat sauce to give it enough time to cool.  There’s no recipe here, pretty much anything goes, but you do need to let it simmer for at least an hour on the stove.

Pastitsio | Oven-Baked Greek Macaroni.

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Gratin de Pates au Poulet, Jambon, Champignons et Sauce Bechamel, CHICKEN NOODLE CASSEROLE

 

Gratin de Pâtes au Poulet, Jambon, Champignons et Sauce Béchamel

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Lokshen Kugel | Egg Noodle Pudding

 

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THANKSGIVING RECIPES | Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian + Gluten-Free

 

For hosts who love to feed family and friends, a crowd-pleasing spread that will surely simplify your menu planning and turn your Thanksgiving entertaining into a memorable day.

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Haricots-Verts Casserole with Porcini Mushroom and Panko Onion Rings

 

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Parsnip Gratin with Gruyere and Thyme | by Silvia Fountaine

 

With Thanksgiving just around the corner I am bombarded with amazing holiday concoctions from talented bloggers around the web.  I came across this Parsnip Gratin recipe featured on Feasting At Home and had to share it with you guys.

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Bulgur Wheat Pilaf with Meat and Vegetables | A Traditional Armenian One-Dish Meal Recipe

 

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South Asian Beef and Potato Biryani Recipe

 

This fragrant rice casserole once reserved for the Royals of the Nawabs and Nizams and special occasions is now considered common dish; reflecting traditions and flavors that have evolved throughout centuries.  Using beef and potatoes in the recipe is just one of many variants of biryani that is prepared in South Asia.

Trying to pin point the origins of a dish is hard enough, so I’m not going to go deep into the culinary anthropology of biryani.

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