Currant Obsession Shake Recipe
If you like Piña Coladas... you'll probably like this tropical spiked shake featuring currants, rum, and coconut sorbet.
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currant buns
Currants are substituted for raisins in this sweet yeast bun recipe.This recipe by Leah Eskin was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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This red currant jelly uses the tart fruit and allows it to fully shine. Keep one jar and give another away as a gift.This recipe is courtesy of West of the Loop.
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This Egyptian breakfast dish is made with buckwheat, coconut and cinnamon, and is also referred to as groats. Despite the name, there’s no wheat in here, so it’s gluten-free and it comes together in a flash if you precook the buckwheat in the rice cooker. Recipe courtesy of Mareya Ibrahim,  Eat Like You Give A Fork: The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive. 
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Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns
For anyone with gluten allergies or simply looking to avoid gluten, these sweet and soft buns taste just great without it.This recipe is courtesy of Catherine Pappas, Living the Gourmet.
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Not only does this delicious salad taste like fall, it looks like it too. Colored with variations of red, from the quinoa to the grapes, this cauliflower salad will be your go to autumn side dish. This recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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 Panettone
This holiday cake studded with dried fruit is labor intensive, but the reward is worth it when you finally taste the sweet finished product.
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Of course, the primary food group featured at any good Irish funeral is booze. With all that alcohol, a groaning board of food was necessary to help absorb some of it so the drinking could continue through the night. One of the old reliables was a Wake Cake. In the book Death Warmed Over: Funeral Food, Rituals, and Customs From Around the World learn how 75 different cultures from various countries and religions around the world use food in conjunction with death in ritualistic, symbolic, and even nutritious ways.
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This recipe is a great play on the traditional peanut butter sandwich that most children love and enjoy. This particular grilled cheese elevates the original by adding banana and Monterey Jack cheese to create an unexpected flavor combination that creates a new experience for children. (pg 104)
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Tzimmes is a traditional Jewish stew of apples and dried fruit sweetened with honey. Here is a simple recipe your readers can easily make from chef Marc Taxiera of The Russian Tea Room, located in New York City. See all stew recipes.
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Rice pilaf
Rice pilaf dishes are common in many different cuisines, including Middle Eastern, East Asian, and Caribbean. A pilaf is essentially rice cooked in a broth with a mix of vegetables and spices.In this case, you aren’t using the Instant Pot’s “rice cooker” setting like you might expect, as this dish really develops its flavor over long periods of time. The “rice cooker” setting is better suited to simply steam rice on its own.This dish is delicious with a hearty roast chicken.25 Rice Dishes That Will Make You Forget Potatoes 
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Couscous
If you're craving couscous and want a new spin on your go-to recipe, try this Tunisian one that incorporates fish. You won't be disappointed.This recipe is courtesy of Ricardo Cuisine and was inspired by the fish couscous at the restaurant Dar Belhadj in Tunis.
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