Sometimes, when you are in a secluded location (like I currently am in Montana) you can be in the middle of cooking when you realize that you’re missing a key ingredient. It’s those times that I find myself using what’s on hand instead.
Featuring Assyrian, Middle Eastern, and other inspirational recipes
I know what you’re probably thinking… can my recipes get any more obscure? First loquats, and now Pickled Nasturtium Seeds! It might sound crazy, but believe me, they taste great! Pickled Nasturtium Seeds are often referred to as “The Poor Man’s Capers.”
I still remember the first time I used smoked salmon and cream cheese in a recipe together for the first time. It was in the early nineties, I made an Emeril Lagasse recipe for smoked salmon cheesecake.
As we say goodbye to 2018, I thought I’d share my latest fattening creation; tahini fudge. Don’t worry, there will be plenty of time for dieting in 2019. Besides, you don’t have to eat it all by yourself, you can share!
This is one of those posts where if you’re Assyrian you’re probably thinking “yes, finally!” But if you’re not, you are asking yourself, “what is this “kadeh recipe” you speak of?