Posted on 25th of February, 2014 by Lévana
Photo Courtesy www.finecooking.com This trio is a real winner, besides being a real nutritional powerhouse, and the sage brings all the flavors together. This will do excellently, alone or as a side dish with poultry or sliced steak. The food processor will do all your slicing and grating in a wink...
Posted on 23rd of July, 2012 by Lévana
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...
Posted on 27th of November, 2011 by Lévana
Chanukkah is around the corner. Fear of Frying? Start by going over my tips for frying efficiently and safely. Forget about those insipid and processed patties in the frozen section of your supermarket or health food store: processed is processed, organic or otherwise! Rather, make your own delicious vegetable latkas...
Posted on 6th of October, 2011 by Lévana
Chutney: An ancient addition to the modern kitchen Chutneys, from the Hindi “to be licked” (an inspired derivation, if you have ever tasted a good one), are relishes that originated in India as a way of preserving fruits and vegetables. Sweet, tart, chunky and with a bit of fire, a...
Posted on 20th of September, 2011 by Lévana
Mediterranean flavors at their best. A frequent Passover treat at my table. I find brussels sprouts somewhat underrated and underused in our country. They are much more exciting than they sound, and much less innocent than they look; and their pungent bite provides a nice counterpoint to the mildness of...
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Posted on 9th of July, 2011 by Lévana
I don’t think Julia Child would object to a little tweaking of the French Classic, taken in a Moroccan direction. Besides, all things Eggplant are a huge favorite in North African and Middle Eastern Cooking. In Arabic we call this dish “Za’Look” , and must predate Julia’s cooking by a...
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Posted on 3rd of May, 2010 by Lévana
Heirloom tomates are expensive, but one taste of these magnificent and whimsically-shaped and -colored gems will explain why: For an occasional treat, slice ‘em, drizzle ‘em with some great olive oil, sprinkle ‘em with delicious sea salt, and you’re good to go, all the way up there with chocolate and...
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