If you like to cook, and I’m assuming you do, you have to try this Baharat Spice Blend Recipe! If you like to mix things up in the kitchen and try new recipes, you’ll want to make sure you always have a bottle of this amazing spice blend in your cupboard.
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This Fig Preserves recipe has always been my favorite! I have made many jams and preserves over the years, yet nothing comes close to Fig Preserves.
Today we’re talking pasties! No, not that kind of pasties, the edible kind. The traditional savory pastry, commonly filled with meat, potatoes, carrots, and a rich gravy.
Daweh is a refreshing Assyrian yogurt drink, with health benefits similar to Kefir. It is made with three simple ingredients: yogurt, water, and salt.
I’m excited to be sharing my Swiss Chard Dolma recipe today! Of course, you’ve heard of grape leaf dolma, and cabbage dolma, but have you heard of Swiss Chard Dolma?