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shopping for ingred. Carol Ray No replies yet September 27, 2010 14:25

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Turkish Lamb Kofta With Cherries & Yogurt

Turkish Lamb Kofta With Cherries & Yogurt by Bob Vincent

These little meatballs are a bit different take on traditional Kofta with the use of cherries and veal stock as a sauce. Fortunately in the Bay Area this year the cherry crop was very good; keeping the price per pound within reason. As garnish options I offerred chopped cilantro, feta cheese, yogurt sauce and toasted pignoli…

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Chickpea Rice

Chickpea Rice by sevgi

This is a Turkish Chickpea Rice recipe. To speed up the process, I use canned garbanzo beans. The terms garbanzo and chickpea are used interchangeably. If you are looking for ways to add protein into your diet, then this is a great recipe option.

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Meatless Monday, Less Cowbell. All Of The Protein, None Of The Gluten!

Meatless Monday, Less Cowbell. All Of The Protein, None Of The Gluten! by kathy gori

I was really sweating over this Meatless Monday thing. I was a vegetarian for years and when I first started cooking Indian food 20 years ago, I began in the vegetable kitchen. So, I wasn't stressing over what sort of thing to cook, I know a zillion…

2 votes
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Smoked Chicken Thighs with Quinoa & Baby Spinach Salad

Smoked Chicken Thighs with Quinoa & Baby Spinach Salad by Bob Vincent

This a nice main dish salad. I smoked the chicken with apple wood then finished it on the grill with the glaze. If you aren't into smoking like me; grilling or oven roasting works fine. I took the skin off after smoking to reducing fat content a bit. The quinoa can be eaten hot, cold or at room temperature depending on your…

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Meatless Monday, Take The Corn Off The Cob!

Meatless Monday, Take The Corn Off The Cob! by kathy gori

What should greet us this morning as we returned from our early morning coffee run to the Basque Boulangerie but a large turkey vulture sitting on the branch of a tree looking down at our house. "Whoa!" I thought. What a kickoff to Meatless Monday. Whatever that big bird was looking for, he was not going to find it in my kitchen…

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