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LYNN’S BAKED LEBANESE KIBBE

LYNN’S BAKED LEBANESE KIBBE

Taking a break from bomb making this week (last posts here in case you missed them: JOAN’S TACO BOMBS, and BREAKFAST BOMBS ), I dove right into this delicious looking recipe for kibbe sent in by one of my Galley Peeps.  A type of meatloaf with  Middle Eastern flavours.  Wonderfully seasoned, oh so good and relatively simple to throw together.  I considered using other ground meat like chicken or turkey, beef or pork, which I’m sure would have been good but…

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EASY PRESERVED LEMONS

EASY PRESERVED LEMONS

Have you ever tried using preserved lemons in your cooking?  They add such a wonderful extra ‘something’ to a dish but sometimes they can be quite pricey to purchase.  I’ve made them myself with success (my recipe here) but they take several weeks to cure properly.  Not always practical.  Well, I now have a way for you to have them ready in about three hours of sitting time.  Make them in the morning.  Have them ready to spice up that…

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MUJADDARA

MUJADDARA

My guy likes pretty much everything I make.  He never complains about my frequent dalliance into the vegetarian, vegan world although I know he loves meaty dishes. But when I get an unsolicited comment like ‘this one’s a keeper Kathy’, I sit up and take notice. The flavours in this Mediterranean inspired dish are wonderful, the crispy fried onion the perfect complement and I think we have found a new favourite comfort food. If you are lucky enough to have…

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FENNEL SOUP

FENNEL SOUP

“Soup is a lot like a family. Each ingredient enhances the others; each batch has its own characteristics; and it needs time to simmer to reach full flavour”  ~Marge Kennedy …and who doesn’t love soup? ….and we are in need of some simple healthy holiday overindulgence relief. This next delicious soul and heart-warming soup is straight out of Soup for Syria. Over 50 renowned  chefs have contributed to this wonderful book.  Costs for production and distribution have been absorbed so the total…

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DIETARY REBOOT – Days 21 and 22

DIETARY REBOOT – Days 21 and 22

Barely a week to go to the 30-day mark and we’re still going strong. As challenging as it’s been to create meals without dairy, grains, legumes and sugar, we’ve eaten really well and don’t feel at all deprived. Breakfast Breakfast Pizza Very simple to throw together. A base of hash browns, 8 eggs, crumbled bacon and chopped sun-dried tomatoes. About 30 minutes at 375 ° and it’s ready to enjoy. Lunch Chicken Lettuce Wraps Sliced grilled chicken topped with Dijon…

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CRANBERRY COUSCOUS

CRANBERRY COUSCOUS

What to serve with a Moroccan inspired Thanksgiving meal? am thinking couscous… and cranberries… It’s Thanksgiving after all and I am a bit of a traditionalist… CRANBERRY COUSCOUS 1 cup orange juice 1 cup dried cranberries 1 tbsp olive oil 8 garlic cloves, sliced 2/3 cups chopped onion 2/3 chopped red pepper 2 tsp curry 1 cup water 1 tsp sea salt 1 – 10 oz can chicken broth (preferably low sodium) 2 cups couscous 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves,…

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MOROCCAN CHICKEN TAGINE

MOROCCAN CHICKEN TAGINE

Here’s another really tasty and easy pressure cooker dinner. …a mild combination of spices… …juicy bits of browned chicken… …stewed in the pressure cooker for a mere 8 minutes… …an addition of chick peas and almonds and it’s all done…       MOROCCAN CHICKEN TAGINE 5 boneless chicken thighs cut into 1″ pieces 1 tbsp Moroccan spice (1/2 tsp. cayenne 1/2 tsp. turmeric, 2 1/2 tsp cumin, 1 tsp. allspice, 1 tsp. cinnamon, 1/2 tsp. coriander) 2-3 tbsp flour…

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