Posted on 23rd of September, 2012 by Lévana
Photo Courtesy of www.nectrafoods.com Although this Paté is fabulous as is posted below, there are so many variations on the great French favorite, you can let your imagination run wild, to suit your personal preferences and tastes. Here are some basics that must be present in a Paté: broiled chicken livers,...
Posted on 23rd of July, 2012 by Lévana
A favorite Sephardi Flavor marriage: Sesame and anise. These cookies are impossibly fragrant, crisp and delicious. They get their funky flavor and texture from the chick-pea flour, and are a snap to adapt to Gluten-Free. Just to be clear: 2 cups chick pea flour, plus 2 cups any flour of...
Posted on 14th of July, 2011 by Lévana
My sister Lea’s galettes: Hers the best, even my mother agrees! Galettes were a staple at my house in Morocco, and still are at my mother’s house, where all children clamor for them, calling them Maman Biscuit (they lump all her baked goods into this one generic word: biscuit), submitting...
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Posted on 3rd of June, 2010 by Lévana
If there was only one cookie recipe left for me to make, biscotti would be it, hands down, and not only because it is so simple and delicious but because it is so versatile. From the basic dough, you can go in so many exciting directions. You might even consider...
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Posted on 29th of April, 2010 by Lévana
Photo Courtesy nytimes.com Any chance I get to sneak in those veggies that are somewhat neglected in America, and beloved beyond, I am there: So for today, that will be Fennel! Fennel and anise seeds are a constant in many of our Moroccan dishes, both sweet and savory, and make...