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Winner, winner chicken dinner

Like french fries, Swiss steak and Mongolian barbecue, this dish most likely honors the city, but is not an authentic Ukrainian dish. Read more

A cool salad to beat the heat

To beat the heat, make a cool salad that requires almost no cooking. It uses two forms of the healthy soy bean — simply cooked and made into tofu. Read more

A French twist

Throughout France, one of the classic sandwiches is the jambon beurre, or ham and butter sandwich. It is eaten in homes, but it travels well so it’s popular after hikes, skiing and while on trains or planes. Read more

Summertime soba

One of the best summertime Japanese traditions is to eat cold noodles. Read more

Wild about this soup

This soup recipe, which must date back to the 1950s, uses cream of mushroom and cream of chicken canned soups, and is a very easy way to enjoy the unique texture. Read more

Gobble this up

When you want something healthier, why not use ground turkey to make a delicious burger? Read more

A meaty main dish

Kyle Yokomizo was born and raised on Molokai. After moving to Honolulu in 1986, he goes back to Molokai often to visit friends and to hunt. Read more

Spicing things up

Don’t be afraid of jalapeño peppers. When roasted, they have a delicious flavor and are mild if you remove their seeds and veins. Read more

A refreshing dessert

A trifle is a classic English dessert that is served in a straight-sided glass bowl to show off its colorful layers. Read more

Kind of a ‘pig’ deal

With so many cuts of pork available, it is easy to overlook the tender pork tenderloin cut that is found at every market. Read more

‘Chop’ to it

The simplest of meals can often be inspired by old-fashioned favorites. Read more

A cheesy finish

At the finest restaurants, French onion soup takes days to make as the chef will boil beef bones to make a rich broth. Read more


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