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#1 Tue 17 Apr 07 8:54am

GABITA

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Member since Fri 23 Feb 07

eastern

Thanks for your mesage, but I live in a small town from Romania and is dificult to faind the ingredients for your food. Any way thank's a lot.
I love very much your show and a learn a lot intersting things.

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#2 Tue 17 Apr 07 1:15pm

viviana mazzarella

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Re: eastern

hi, gabita welcome! i'm vivi from argentina smile

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#3 Tue 17 Apr 07 6:51pm

SusanneH

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Member since Mon 13 Mar 06

Re: eastern

Welcome for the forums, gabita wave

You'll see that even with few ingredients you can do a lot. If you need new ideas you have come to the right place wink

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#4 Tue 17 Apr 07 7:48pm

GeoffP

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From Bradford, West Yorks
Member since Mon 03 Jul 06

Re: eastern

Hi Gabita,
Tell us what ingredients you can get, and I am sure you will receive plenty of suggestions.

Last edited by GeoffP (Tue 17 Apr 07 7:48pm)

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#5 Thu 19 Apr 07 1:26am

Nalini

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From Trinidad
Member since Mon 16 Apr 07

Re: eastern

Hi, i am from Trindad, caribbean and it is also diffiucult to sometimes get all the ingredients used...our main seasoning is something called Shadon Beni, along with other green herbs such as chive and celery and lots of pepper...there is a lot of Indian food cooked here..
but the very basic ingredients are used...would love some very simple recipes with everyday ingredients...
thank you

Nalini

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#6 Thu 19 Apr 07 5:12am

GeoffP

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Occupation Retired Clergy & Computer Consultant
From Bradford, West Yorks
Member since Mon 03 Jul 06

Re: eastern

Shadon Beni is variety of Coriander/Cilantro - Long Coriander. but much stronger. You can sometimes get it on Afro-Caribbean or West India stalls, and in some asian stores.

Here's the full details:-

http://www.uni-graz.at/~katzer/engl/Eryn_foe.html

http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/proc … 4-506.html

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