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    My NA*ME is Acadia*

    These recipes are from North Africa, Middle East or with the flavor essence of the area.
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    Tasty dipping sauce for North African lamb kaftas.

    Recipe #511627

    Yummy Kaftas are perfect for lunch or appetizer. Serve with your favorite yogurt cucumber dipping sauce.

    Recipe #511628

    My Dad has been cooking and mashing rutabagas my entire life although he always referred to them as turnips. LOL! We always have them with turkey or roast beef. Upon occasion we have been able to buy them fresh without the wax coating, but it doesn't happen very often.

    Recipe #335255

    This recipe is a family favorite and it is the number one requested food at family gatherings. I have no idea where the recipe originally came from, but I know my Mother has been perfecting it for years. Now in our family there are two thoughts on the proper way to eat them. Some like them with butter to cut the sweetness and the others eat them plain. Your choice! Enjoy.

    Recipe #305103

    This recipe was given to me by my father-in-law back when I was first married. Cooking time is approximate and depends on your oven and that's why I always use a digital meat thermometer to prevent tears.

    Recipe #354388

    My DD created this drink since she desired a chai smoothie. This drink is perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day, an afternoon pick me up.

    Recipe #376642

    Since I love both coffee and chai, I decided to mix them together.

    Recipe #377811

    When I was a child my Mom would get me to eat bananas for breakfast by slicing them up and pouring milk over them in a bowl. She also dusted them with sugar.

    Recipe #391878

    I had two bananas left over from a recipe that my daughter had tagged and they were becoming too ripe to eat as a banana, so I decided to make a new smoothie. NOTE: Cooking time is blending time.

    Recipe #392609

    I love eggplant and these fritters are just delightful.

    Recipe #399772

    This recipe is based on one by Maya's Mama which I have adapted to our taste. I use Krazy Mixed-up Salt & cinnamon to give these fries extra flavor. Enjoy!

    Recipe #432961

    I came up with this on the spur of the moment. It appears a little odd. It is very yummy! Enjoy!

    Recipe #483959

    I came up with this one day when I was scrounging around in my refrigerator for something to serve for lunch. Very tasty if I don't say so myself! I bake these on baker's parchment paper.

    Recipe #487323

    I was at my local super market checking out the sorbet and wound up buying a pint container of coconut sorbet. So later that same night I made this slushie type frozen treat.

    Recipe #491729

    This North African style lamb dish goes perfect on a bed of couscous for a sweet and savory flavor.

    Recipe #493754

    Lovely vegetarian salad.

    Recipe #493416

    Moroccan's love their coffee strong, sweetened with spices and orange blossom water.

    Recipe #493140

    This is another recipe from my DD's ACCC culinary school's learning packet, in the North African cuisine. I have not made this but my DD indicated that she enjoyed it.

    Recipe #484894

    Lovely fruit and nut salad.

    Recipe #493125

    I love Baklava. Years ago our family went to a Moroccan restaurant to celebrate our wedding aniversary. We sat on big satin pillows on the floor and ate with our hands. The guys in our party enjoyed the belly dancers. We enjoyed a honey lamb dish with various fruits, nuts and vegetables. For dessert they served baklava. I don't know how authentic it all was but it was definitely something we enjoyed and remembered. This recipe came from a learning packet from the ACCC culinary school my DD trained at. Since the recipes are geared to culinary students, I have rewritten the directions in a more step by step version with approximate times added. I have not tried this yet, although its on my to do list. Purchase cheesecloth for this recipe to make a sachet.

    Recipe #493129

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