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Harira Soup

Harira Soup by John Spottiswood

This is the traditional soup served at sunset to break the daily fast observed during the 30 days of Ramadan. Recipes vary from family to family throughout Morocco and the rest of North Africa. I'm particularly fond of this version. If you have not had this before, you MUST try it. It is truly delicious!

6 votes
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Orange & Black Olive Salad

Orange & Black Olive Salad by Amos Miller

A Moroccan favorite, as made by my friend, Chef Paula Wolfert, as found in one of my very favorite books 'Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco'.

2 votes
10588 views
Cooler Corn

Cooler Corn by Glenn

Large gatherings of people who like corn on the cob requires a couple of lobster pots or a wash tub and a lot of boiling water and patience. Not anymore. Thanks to tailgating technology there is a simple way to make dozens of ears of corn for the hungry revelers.

1 vote
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Smoked Gouda Mac and Cheese

Smoked Gouda Mac and Cheese by dp

Everyone will thank you for this one make double if you have big eaters this has never failed me .... This is a very heavy, creamy filling side dish that everyone will love thank you for looking Enjoy

4 votes
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Easy Corn Casserole

Easy Corn Casserole by Glenn

My family loves corn anything and this will be a regular thing at our dinners. Thanks to my friend Jaynee Levy-Polis for the recipe.

2 votes
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Never Fail Chocolate Cake

Never Fail Chocolate Cake by Glenn

One of the easiest, and moistest chocolate cakes you will ever bake. My grandmother, Eva Koehler, called it her "never fail" recipe. It is nearly impossible to screw up. She always topped it with peanut butter icing (which is simply a white icing with peanut butter mixed in to taste).

2 votes
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Kofta (Kafta) Pita Sandwich

Kofta (Kafta) Pita Sandwich by Salad Foodie

Kofta is a recipe taught to me by Ahmad, a young man who lived with our family for two years. Kafta and Ahmad's Tabouli have become Middle Eastern standards in our family menus since then. I am sure ground lamb is the meat of choice for this creation, but we use a mixture of extra lean beef (85%) and ground turkey. I often season the…

1 vote
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Apple, Cinnamon Rice Pudding

Apple, Cinnamon Rice Pudding by Micheline

Rice pudding with twist. My husband's favourite dessert.

1 vote
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Mexican Cheese Dip

Mexican Cheese Dip by Micheline

A quick, tasty, spicy dip to serve with corn chips or tortillas.

3 votes
7697 views
Nandu Rasam (Crab Legs Pepper Soup)

Nandu Rasam (Crab Legs Pepper Soup) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Another version; easier and simpler compared to "Rasam with crab legs".

1 vote
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Sauerkraut and Sausage Casserole

Sauerkraut and Sausage Casserole by Glenn

I found this in the Lititz Church of the Brethren Cookbook credited to Helen Forry. I love sauerkraut and this just looks too good. It is on my list to try.

3 votes
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Strawberry Lassi (Indian)

Strawberry Lassi (Indian) by Tamanna

A very creamy sweet drink made with yogurt and milk which quenched a dry thirsty soul on a hot summer day. This is a traditional South Asian drink which can have many different flavors of your choice. But the original drink is only made with real yogurt, milk and sugar. Very common drink during Ramadan!

2 votes
4986 views
BEST EVER PEANUT BRITTLE

BEST EVER PEANUT BRITTLE by Claudia lamascolo

I never knew how good peanut brittle was until I made this and I also never knew how easy it was. You just need to make sure you have a candy thermometer!

4 votes
7463 views
How to mae black garlic

How to mae black garlic by chefgonin

On several occasions have you heard of black garlic and its almost miraculous properties for our body, but ...... You know it is and as it occurs ?. The black garlic is produced for the first time in Japan. Apparently a scientist began researching how to reduce the strong smell of common garlic ( Allium sativum ), so one of the…

1 vote
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Moroccan Bread

Moroccan Bread by Amos Miller

It is interesting to me that one of my grandfathers, a West Virginian who lived at the end of Horsemill Hollow, always referred to bread as 'the staff of life'. As anyone who has traveled to North Africa knows, bread is a special food, treated with the utmost respect and central to every meal. My Mountaineer gramps would have much…

2 votes
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