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|Archived Since:||August 13, 2010|
A creamy "risotto" recipe made with Freekeh, wheat berries and fried artichokes, served up as lunch or dinner.
Fresh artichokes are delicious to prepare, fried up with garlic, olive oil and herbs. Technique for using them in risotto, salad & other dishes.
For spring, a simple compote of rhubarb and ripe strawberries, which come together in a seasonal dessert recipe.
Making a Vieux Carré cocktail then barrel-aging it. A great cocktail made with rye whiskey, cognac & bitters.
Verjus restaurant in Paris offers freshly made, hot sandwiches of pulled pork, fried chicken, or crisp pork belly for lunch to eat in-or to go!
An all-American Brownie Recipe for Katherine Hepburn, a rich chocolate recipe from The Great Book of Chocolate by David Lebovitz
A compendium of tips & recipes for gluten-free flours and baking, from cookbook author David Lebovitz
A simple Beef Curry Recipe, tender beef with velvety shallots, from Burma, that you can make easily at home!
Le Rubis wine bar is Paris is a classic, with earthy French food, friendly service & a huge wine list of reasonably priced French wines.
Highlights of a culinary visit to Lebanon and Beirut, enjoying the Arabic foods from the Middle East.
What is the difference between reactive and nonreactive cookware?
A delicious, super-moist Orange Syrup Cake recipe with the intense flavor of juicy oranges & ground almonds.
A look at Al Bohsali, Middle Eastern pastries such as bakalava, mamoul, knafeh in Beirut, Lebanon.
A trip to Lebanon and meeting a young butcher.
Lebanese meze make wonderful Middle Eastern appetizers. Descriptions and recipes.
A visit to Lebanese bakeries that make exceptional fresh flatbreads, with eggs, wild herbs & spiced nuts.
Stopping at the roadside Abou Rami falafel stand near Beirut, Lebanon.
Delicious food in the city of Beirut, Lebanon - two great shawarma places and wonderful lahn b'ajeen at Ichkhanian
A beautiful Lebanese breakfast in Beirut.
A recipe inspired by Hooter's Onion Rings, deep-fried with pepper and chile pepper seasonings.