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Shared Recipe Parkernese Spice
Monday, Sep 9, 2013 on Food.com
"This is a perfect spice for a lot of dishes, and can be used in huani, enk diun, arknarasa garinsa, yezvi berries, and it can also be used to make parkernese cheese, which is another recipe."
Shared Recipe Parkernese Cheese
"this is probably the most simple recipe EVER. The editor will not allow the word spice, so i will say berbere, even though you have to use parkernese spice."
Shared Recipe Enk Diun
Sunday, Aug 25, 2013 on Food.com
"This is much like lumpia, but, the spicy taste makes it different. I guarantee you will like this."
Shared Recipe Traaqea
Wednesday, Aug 7, 2013 on Food.com
"Traaqea is a spicy food that is much like tokneneng, but is very spicy. It is very "weird" because it uses turkey or Parrot eggs, but, will amaze you with one bite."
Shared Recipe TikoGundoSara
Sunday, Jul 7, 2013 on Food.com
"This drink is a perfect drink if you like spices, and is also healthy."
Shared Recipe Yezvi’enkhoi Koit’hon
Friday, Jul 5, 2013 on Food.com
"The name is Demon's blood in Parkernese, hence the very red color. This is very tart, and kids love it. The recipe is my own, so review this and tell me how yours turned out."
Shared Recipe Parkernesian Tea
"This tea blends the taste of the different tea and will wake you up in the morning!"
Shared Recipe Iboisa Coffee
"This coffee is not like any coffee you've ever had before and has a hint of star anise taste to."
Shared Recipe Arknarasa Garinsa
"Warning: This dish is so spicy, that you should not eat too much, as it will feel like eating yezvi berries (which is another recipe)."
Shared Recipe Yezvi Berries
"This is one of the most spicy recipes in my book, so don't eat too much."
Shared Recipe Kaapa Hara ( Parkernese Fruit Dish)
"This recipe balances the taste of durians and loquats and will energize you after eating it."
Shared Recipe Health Shake
Tuesday, Jul 2, 2013 on Food.com
"If you want to bulk up, drink this."
Shared Recipe Huani
Friday, Jun 21, 2013 on Food.com
"I like this recipe because it has a little bit of the egg flavor but also brings out the complex taste of season salt. This recipe comes from my made up island, which I call Parkernesia. Make sure you watch my youtube video
too, because it has more description."
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Thursday, Jun 20, 2013 on Food.com
Shared Recipe Jedtifsio
Wednesday, Jun 19, 2013 on Food.com
"A sweet drink that is a perfect winter treat and a good drink for kids and people of all ages. I like this recipe because it has a very sweet taste and it gets all the nutrition out of the fruit. This recipe is kind of like a indonesian drink, but since I made it up, I call it parkernesian."
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