Kubba Hamouth is my favorite Assyrian soup. “Kubba” is the name of the meat-stuffed “dumplings,” while “Hamouth” means “sour.” Kubba comes in many forms, shapes, and sizes. It’s also prepared in many ways.
Ingredient: black pepper
A couple of days ago I was invited by a friend to come pick some pomegranates off of her tree. Ask anyone that really knows me what some of my favorite things are and they should name some of the following; cooking, rain, Mr. Bean, working out, and picking fruit from friend’s fruit trees!
Yesterday was Biryani day at my sister, Beni’s house. I’m currently visiting her in Chicago. We have spent the last two weeks primarily cooking and eating! My brother was stopping by for a visit and requested we make biryani.
I’ve always loved grape leaf dolma…Middle Eastern style, that is! I used to think that I disliked Greek dolmathes. Our family spent three months in Greece when I was nine years old, while waiting for our papers to immigrate to the U. S.
I haven’t always been a fan of chicken salad, that is until I had some delicious chicken salad at a potluck a few years ago. After the potluck, I came straight home and tried to recreate the recipe.
A friend recently gave me some HUGE zucchini that her husband grew in their garden. In the past, zucchini bread would have been my first choice. Now that I’m doing my best to eat healthier and follow a low carb diet, I decided to go with low carb zucchini lasagna instead.