Buttery, sweet cinnamon rolls may take a little time to make, but they are well worth the effort. Eat them fresh out of the oven or later from the refrigerator. Either way, you will be coming back for more!
Spiedies are the pride and joy of the Greater Binghamton area of N.Y. They are such an important part of life there that the biggest party of the year celebrates them - The Spiedie Festival and Balloon Rally brings thousands into the area every summer. Chunks of chicken (my favorite), pork, lamb (traditional) or venison are marinated in a mixture of oil, vinegar and herbs for 1 to 3 days, skewered, grilled and served on Italian bread with no condiments.
If you are lucky enough to have fresh turmeric and lemon grass at hand, you are lucky enough to be able to prepare this simple, piquant dish. Grind the herbs with garlic and white peppercorns for a fantastic paste to rub into the chicken, then grill and enjoy.
Eat your muesli! If you've never tried this granola-like breakfast treat, this is a great recipe. Lots of bran and oats and raisins and nuts, with just enough brown sugar to add a bit of sweetness. Serve as is with soy milk, or plop the bowl in the microwave and eat it warm.
Bite-size chicken breast pieces spend the night luxuriating in a low fat, Middle Eastern marinade before being baked or skewered and barbequed. They taste great with pita bread and some pickled turnips.