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    Um Safia
    Sat Feb 09, 2008 11:16 am
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    WiGal wrote:


    Hi everyone, this place is wonderful to find recipes for whatever you might have bought at the store including products that you do not know much about. I appreciate it that I do not have to drag my large collection of cookbooks to Arizona from Wisconsin.

    Kathy


    wave.gif Kathy,

    so happy you are enjoying it here icon_biggrin.gif Let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for the forum icon_wink.gif

    Rezika.
    Elmotoo
    Sat Feb 09, 2008 12:17 pm
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    WiGal wrote:


    Hi everyone, this place is wonderful to find recipes for whatever you might have bought at the store including products that you do not know much about. I appreciate it that I do not have to drag my large collection of cookbooks to Arizona from Wisconsin.

    Kathy


    wave.gif Welcome, Kathy! That fish is wicked cool!

    Beth
    chef FIFI
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 12:00 pm
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    MommyCantCook wrote:
    Assalamu alaykum
    Marhaba

    I'm Maria...Mexican American, raised in Arizona, currently living in the Pacific Northwest. I converted to Islam some time back so that's SORT OF how I came to love ME food.

    In our house we eat a 1/3 Mexican, 1/3 Arabic and 1/3 'American' mix of foods, I'm trying to get away from meat which is weird b/c I just started using mostly halal/zabiha meat about two years ago.

    Fave dishes...Maklooba, which I make a pretty decent version of, Mansef..which I haven't had in forever but am afraid to try on my own, fatayer (meat or spinach), chiles rellenos, REAL flour tortillas, green corn tamales, anything I can make easily in my hurry hurry life!

    Now I'm hungry...

    Salaam!


    Wa alaikum Salaam!

    Oh it sounds just yummy eating at your house icon_biggrin.gif
    Mensaf is one of my favorite dishes, inshallah I will get around to posting my recipe for it one day.
    lindseylcw
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:08 pm
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    Hi everyone Have played tag before but not introduced myself - how rude icon_redface.gif DH and I love trying new ME dishes, had a lovely Persian friend who would cook scrumcious food for me but, sadly, still cannot cook Tadique(sp?) properly. Any help would be gratefully recieved. icon_lol.gif

    Its me who can't cook Tadique not my lovely friend!!!!
    Um Safia
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:31 pm
    Forum Host
    lindseylcw wrote:
    Hi everyone Have played tag before but not introduced myself - how rude icon_redface.gif DH and I love trying new ME dishes, had a lovely Persian friend who would cook scrumcious food for me but, sadly, still cannot cook Tadique(sp?) properly. Any help would be gratefully recieved. icon_lol.gif

    Its me who can't cook Tadique not my lovely friend!!!!


    Hey Lindsey wave.gif,

    thanks for dropping by! Will you be joining us for the tagine treasure hunt icon_wink.gif it's turning into quite a party ...

    Hope to 'see' you around more icon_biggrin.gif ...

    Rezika.
    Cookgirl
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:44 pm
    Forum Host
    My first recollection of trying Middle Eastern food was in a restaurant that I went to with my Mom when I was about 7 years old. It was called Old Damascus. I don't remember the
    food I ate but I do remember the dessert tray! icon_wink.gif

    My best friend in the whole world (my Arab sistah) is from Beirut and by golly, her Mama made the best hummus! (It was made from scratch of course-no recipe!)

    I've always enjoyed trying new cuisines since I was very young. I absolutely love the flavors of the Middle East and enjoy studying the parallels between Spanish food (with the Moorish influence), Mexican food (the similar spices), French, etc.

    What I appreciate most of the Arabic people is their hospitality!

    I look forward to trying new dishes and discovering new spices and herbs.

    Your pal,

    cg icon_wink.gif
    Cookgirl
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:45 pm
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    lindseylcw wrote:
    Hi everyone Have played tag before but not introduced myself - how rude icon_redface.gif DH and I love trying new ME dishes, had a lovely Persian friend who would cook scrumcious food for me but, sadly, still cannot cook Tadique(sp?) properly. Any help would be gratefully recieved. icon_lol.gif

    Its me who can't cook Tadique not my lovely friend!!!!


    I love tadiq. Not the easiest dish to prepare however.
    mliss29
    Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:53 am
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    TADIQ! Oh my gosh! I haven't had that in a long time. It is soooo good and I'd forgotten all about it! I followed Um Safia here from the Australia/NZ recipe swap. Hi! wave.gif
    I love Indian food and Middle Eastern food. I'll always remember the pain of a Persian friend whose American teenage daughter said of tadiq, "ooo! I don't want the burned part!" icon_lol.gif
    I've studied Arabic a little bit over the years. Sometimes I call my step-son Jordan "al-Urdooni" and my son Aaron "Haroun". I haven't worked out anything Arabic-sounding for my sons Liam and Rowan.

    ~Melissa um Haroun
    Elmotoo
    Mon Mar 10, 2008 10:18 am
    Forum Host
    Good morning, Melissa & welcome to the NA*ME Forum!!!

    Beth
    Um Safia
    Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:02 pm
    Forum Host
    mliss29 wrote:
    TADIQ! Oh my gosh! I haven't had that in a long time. It is soooo good and I'd forgotten all about it! I followed Um Safia here from the Australia/NZ recipe swap. Hi! wave.gif
    I love Indian food and Middle Eastern food. I'll always remember the pain of a Persian friend whose American teenage daughter said of tadiq, "ooo! I don't want the burned part!" icon_lol.gif
    I've studied Arabic a little bit over the years. Sometimes I call my step-son Jordan "al-Urdooni" and my son Aaron "Haroun". I haven't worked out anything Arabic-sounding for my sons Liam and Rowan.

    ~Melissa um Haroun


    rotfl.gif Hi Melissa wave.gif

    it's great to see you here... WELCOME!!! I have recipe posted which gives a GREAT tadiq! (Stunning Javaher Polow - Persian Jewelled Rice)

    I love how you've found the Arabic for your sons' names - that is so fun! I'll see if I can come up with something for Liam & Rowan icon_wink.gif

    Looking forward to seeing you around icon_biggrin.gif

    Rezika.
    Nasseh
    Sat Mar 22, 2008 1:06 pm
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    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to the NA*ME forum. I have been a member of Zaar since October of last year & I have been loving every minute of it (except for the conversion to the new format... shhh).

    I am married to a Moroccan man & he recently came to live with me in the States. Ever since then I have tried to make him feel at home with dishes from his country.

    It has been a pleasure to sample the wonderful recipes on this site. I have also had the enjoyment of posting some of my own. You can check out the recipes in my cookbook Moroccan Cooking.
    Elmotoo
    Sat Mar 22, 2008 5:43 pm
    Forum Host
    Welcome, welcome, welcome Nasseh!!! Have fun prowling around & holler if you have any questions.

    Have you signed up for Pick-A-Chef (PAC) yet? It's loads of fun!!

    Beth
    Nasseh
    Sun Mar 23, 2008 12:41 am
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    YEP! I did that yesterday. I can't wait for it to start...
    Um Safia
    Mon Mar 24, 2008 6:05 pm
    Forum Host
    Photobucket

    It's great to *meet* you (I know you're around the forums a lot though lol).

    I hope your going to share plenty of Moroccan recipes with us icon_wink.gif

    Rezika.
    Ma Field
    Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:55 pm
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    Hi all, I'm Ma Field. It all started with a lentil and rice stew....

    Seriously, I like to try recipes from anywhere & everywhere. We live near a college town and have the benefit of several ethnic restaurants to pique my interest. From there it's just a step to my local world market and into the kitchen to try and duplicate my favorites.

    'Zaar is a wonderful resource and the people I've "met" are just awesome! This thread is no exception. icon_smile.gif

    Ma
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