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- Charles Perry, trans.) A Type of Ahrash Meatball Dish A Recipe of Isfîriyâ Simple Isfîriyâ Royal Sanhâji Recipe for the Dish Mentioned by Al-Razi The Dish Misri (Egyptian) The Dish Jimli The Dish Mukhallal Recipe of Fartûn Sweetened Mukhallal Chicken Called Madhûna Cooked Fried Chicken Lamb Roast Badî'i Recipe for Small Birds Made of Sheep's Meat Another Kind of Lamb Breast Its Recipe Maghmûm The Making of Mu'affara Dusted which is Also Called Munashshiya Starched Recipe for Ja'fariyya The Making of Rafî' The Making of a Dish of Small Birds The Making of a Dish of Pigeons A Dish of Young Pigeons A Preparation of Remarkable Pigeons (Bûjûn) Abbasid Chicken Recipe for Thûmiyya A Chicken called Ibrâhîmiyya Mahshi The making of Badî'i Another Badî'i Tajine with Cheese The Preparation of Bilâja A Dish With Prunes (Ijjâs) Another Dish Like That with Saffron Another Like Dish Recipe for a Dish of Chicken or Partridge with Quince or Apple A Dish of Eggplants with Saffron An Extraordinary Stuffed Rabbit Tharda of Khabîs with Two Chickens Saffron is used in mukhallals How the Service of Dishes is Ordered Loaf Kneaded with Butter Khabîsa with Pomegranate A Dish Made with Khabîs Recipe for Khubaiz with Meat The Making of Dafâir A Dish of Partridge The Making of Fâlûdhaj The Making of Khabîs Sikbâj of Veal A Dish Made in Winter for Those with Cold Illnesses Tharda of Meat with Turnips and Walnuts Another Another Preparation of a Tharda of Two Chickens Safarjaliyya Dish Known as Mulahwaj (the Hasty Dish) To Make the Dish Asfar (The Yellow Dish) Stuffed Eggs Tortoise or Mullet Pie Making 'Umâniyya [or possibly 'Ammâniyya] Al-Ghassani's Tharda Preparation of Chestnut Qaliyya Chicken Covered With Walnuts and Saffron Jaldiyya of Chicken Another Stuffed Burâniyya Honey Recipe Recipe for a Dish of Partridge with Honey A Jewish Dish of Eggplants Stuffed with Meat A Sicilian Dish Information About Baqliyyat (Vegetable Dishes) and Mukhaddarat (Greened Dishes) How You Make It Recipe for White Karanbiyya Muthallath with Heads of Lettuce Safarjaliyya Preparing Narjisiyya (Narcissus-stew) With Carrots Preparing Râhibi How to Make Râhibi Sanhâji Making Dishes Prepared With Eggplants Preparing The Complete Burâ niyya Preparation of Arnabi Description of Mahshi (a stuffed dish) With Eggplants Recipe for Dusted Eggplants A Vegetarian Version of the Same Prepared by Ibn Muthanna Recipe for the Same Dish A Muzawwara (Vegetarian Dish) Beneficial for Tertian Fevers and Acute Fevers Recipe for Fish in the Style of Jimli Another Version of the Same Mahshi of Mixed Fish The Perfect Tharîd (The Complete Tharîd) Vinegar Tharîda Tharîd Mudhakkar with Vinegar and Whole Onions Tharîd Made with Fattened Chickens or with Well-Fed Recipe for Making Jûdhâba Recipe for Simple Jûdhâ ba Jûdhâba Beneficial for the Cold and It Strengthens Coitus Recipe for Tarfist The Dish Ghassâni Recipe for Mu'assal A Mu'assal Used in Tunis at Banquets Preparation of Zulâbiyya Fâlûdhaj A Sweet from Syria Its Preparation The Great Drink of Roots The Little Drink of Roots Syrup of Aloe Wood [Stem?

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