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Moroccan Fennel, Orange and Radish Salad Recipe

23rd of July, 2012

Moroccan Fennel, Orange and Radish Salad Recipe

Fennel, orange and radish are a classical and delightful salad combination in our Moroccan cooking. It will make you love Fennel, which is not getting a full appreciation in the US just yet. You will love the inclusion of orange flower water which makes so many of our Moroccan dishes so...
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Swiss Chard Tajine with Chick Peas and Raisins Recipe

23rd of July, 2012

Swiss Chard Tajine with Chick Peas and Raisins Recipe

An authentic Vegetarian Moroccan Tajine starring Swiss chard, dates,  chick peas and raisins. All I can say is, YUM! A complete main course, and Gluten-Free to boot! Ingredients: ¼ cup olive oil 1 large onion, sliced very thin 2 bunches Swiss chard, stems and leaves separated, each sliced very thin...
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Apricot Custard Tart Recipe. GF-Friendly

10th of July, 2012

Apricot Custard Tart

If you are, as I am, crazy about all stone fruit, this tart is for you: I initially developed this recipe with apricots in mind, but not finding them as ripe and fragrant as I wanted them to be, I picked their cousins, nectarines, which happened to look luscious. Peaches...
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Moroccan Butternut Squash Chick Pea Soup Recipe

8th of July, 2012

We Moroccans love squash in every way shape of form, and goodness knows it comes in countless shapes and sizes.

We Moroccans love squash in every way shape of form, and goodness knows it comes in countless shapes and sizes. They turn up in many Moroccan dishes (Couscous on top of the list). Their spicy sweetness is equally at home  in savory dishes (I love Pumpkin Corn Pudding) and in...
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The Healthy July 4th Feast. All Gluten-Free Friendly

30th of June, 2012

Apple Crumb Pie

Growing up abroad (Morocco) I remember glorious outdoors feast, centering around a barbecue. The great difference with the American BBQ counterpart though, is that we serve smaller portions of meat and much larger portions of salads and veggies. In other words, not unlimited amounts of burgers, hot dogs, chicken, with...
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Burgers & Kebabs Recipe

30th of June, 2012

Burgers & Kebabs

An all-time favorite among comfort foods. I make Burgers and Kebabs all the time, lean and healthy. No need for a recipe. Form patties about 1 inch thick with lean ground meat (turkey, beef, bison, lamb) or coarsely ground fresh tuna. Lamb burgers are my great favorite. Broil or grill...
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Basil Honey Dressing Recipe

30th of June, 2012

Basil Honey Dressing

Thank you Liz Rueven at www.kosherlikeme.com for including my Basil Honey Dressing Recipe in your beautiful story about Marina’s great new artisanal Honey Line. You will love the vibrant basil color and flavor in this dressing. The pair of basil and honey just can’t be beat. I like to make...
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Apple Crumb Pie Recipe. Berry and Stone Fruit Variation. Gluten-Free Friendly

27th of June, 2012

Apple Crumb Pie

‘Apple Crumb Pie’ the all-time American favorite, as easy to make as the proverbial…. apple pie! One of my favorite comfort foods. No crust here, but loads of crunchy topping. All Gluten-Free Friends: This dessert is a snap to make the gluten-free way too, so go for it. Berry Crumb Pie...
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Chilled Corn Avocado Soup Recipe

18th of June, 2012

Chilled Corn Avocado Soup Recipe

Chilled Corn Avocado Soup Recipe, As simple to make as a smoothie, and deliciously refreshing. Do not hesitate to serve it to company. Corn and avocados are natural partners. Frozen corn is perfect here! Ingredients: 1 pound frozen corn kernels , no need to thaw 2 ripe avocados 1-2 jalapeno peppers...
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Julia Child’s Gateau Reine de Saba Recipe a la Levana!

14th of June, 2012

Julia Child’s Gateau Reine de Saba

I got my inspiration directly from Julia Child. The name Reine De Saba is not too presumptuous for this fabulous and ethereal dessert. It is almost flourless, but I make it completely so, and enjoy it on Passover too. Its short and dazzling ingredient list read like that of a...
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