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curried carrot salad with golden raisins and sunflower seeds

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flourless chocolate cake with raspberry filling

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cold watermelon

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carolina pulled pork sandwiches with coleslaw

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pork shoulder for pulled pork

cornflower blue

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My parents were never into baking, so dessert at our house is always just ice cream... but we eat a lot of it.

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banana toffee with chocolate peanut butter buttercream

Cook the Book: 'The Nourished Kitchen' by Jennifer McGruther

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Pepperoni. simple.

Cook the Book: 'The Homesick Texan's Family Table' by Lisa Fain

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ice cream cookie sandwich

Cook the Book: 'The VB6 Cookbook' by Mark Bittman

falafel for sure

Cook the Book: 'Coi' by Daniel Patterson

Cheeseboard in berkeley!

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peanut butter banana cream pie

Cook the Book: 'Yucatán' by David Sterling

Cook the Book: 'My Paris Kitchen' by David Lebovitz

moules et frites... technically belgian I think but definitely found all over Paris

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oatmeal cookie dough from ben and jerry's

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hook and ladder- great wines and fun people

How to celebrate July 4th abroad?

I'm living in Germany for the summer, and have been wondering how to have my own little personal celebration of July 4th. Big Mac meal? Buying all the "American" branded items at Lidl? (and yes, there is an entire half aisle covered in red, white, and blue that features frozen hamburgers and pre-packaged brownies, etc.) Home cooking of some sort? And yet, what would be considered an "American" meal?

Time on my hands- which recipes should I conquer?

Being a student, the summer months actually give me time to cook dishes that may be more challenging and/or time consuming. What dishes do you think are worthy of being considered a "challenge" to master? Doesn't necessarily have to be 30 steps long. It could be a simple two step, 3 ingredient sauce or dish, but I'm just looking for classics that people usually take short cuts around or don't attempt at home (traditional tagiatelle a la bolognese comes to mind, or maybe the perfect apple pie).

Small caveat: I'm currently living in Europe for about 2 and a half months on a summer internship, and am renting a dorm room from a local university. This means that I have the BASIC cooking supplies (i.e. basically just a stove/oven), and I'm less than willing to buy a ton of pantry staples such as flour, sugar, etc. that I won't be able to finish and will have to go to waste when I leave.

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