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    From Dr. Ian K. Smith’s book, The Shred Revolutionary Diet. This is 200-250 calories.

    Recipe #495637

    Based on a recipe from the February 2008 issue of More magazine, as they report an enchanting article about novelist Martha McPhee's culinary adventure in Morocco.

    Recipe #281653

    This is from BH&G's Low Calorie magazine, Spring 1986 issue. The intro says, "Tabbouleh, Middle Eastern in origin, is made with bulgur, a wheat product." I confess that I love this salad!

    Recipe #313155

    A recipe for our challenging economic times! This is “coffee” for when you cannot afford the real thing! Based on a recipe from Joan Ranson Shortney’s book, How to Live on Nothing. My book is from 1971 and is still mostly relevant even today, except where she says to eat margarine! For me, this book is like a second chance at finally listening to my grandparents and great grandparents. :) For other “country drinks”, you may substitute barley, oats, or soybeans, as these were used during the Civil War; the roasted shells of acorns were used during WWII by the Germans (caution: do not use acorns unless you boil them first to remove their tannic acid). I’m guessing on the quantity and will adjust accordingly after I’ve made this. If you try this, please let me know what quantity worked for you. This recipe requires a coffee grinder, or some other equipment or method for grinding the kernels. I wrote the instructions using a standard 12-cup drip coffee maker, but this can certainly be made using other coffee brewing methods.

    Recipe #382763

    Based on a recipe from Soheila Kimberley’s cookbook, Taste of the Middle East. This is a simple peasant salad popular all over Syria and the Lebanon. Although the recipe calls for only 2 tablespoon of each herb, you can add as much as you like based on taste and availability. You may also crush the toasted crisp pita bread in your hand and sprinkle it atop the salad before serving. I find this salad very refreshing.

    Recipe #417140

    This is based on a recipe from Alessandra Avallone's book, The Complete Book of Salads. I'm always on the lookout for a great couscous salad, and I stumbled upon this recipe which I like a lot.

    Recipe #294364

    Based on a recipe from Sheila Lukins cookbook, The New Basics. She says of this recipe, "The North African flavorings will make this pilaf the star of a meal."

    Recipe #321104

    Based on a recipe from Soheila Kimberley’s book, Taste of the Middle East.

    Recipe #286205

    This is based on a recipe from Glamour's Gourmet On the Run cookbook, by Jane Kirby. I love this dish served with whole-wheat pita bread and Moroccan mint tea (you'll find several recipes for this tea on 'Zaar).

    Recipe #279826

    This is based on a recipe from Madge Rosenberg's cookbook, The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever - Ethnic Breads. She says, "These fritters, similar to what we know as beignets, make inexpensive party food rich in natural fruit flavors. Children will enjoy munching these crispies with milk, but the big kids will eat their way through an endless supply with coffee or beer." My kind of fritters!

    Recipe #279838

    Based on a recipe from Lora Brody's & Millie Apter's cookbook, Bread Machine Baking. The introduction states: "Lemon pepper is a spice blend that is available in specialty food shops, especially those that sell Middle Eastern foods. High-gluten flour can be found in health food stores." This recipe is geared toward the Zojirushi machine; if you try this and have a DAK, Welbilt, Hitachi, Panasonic, National, Regal, Maxim, Sanyo, Small Welbilt, or Small Panasonic/National machine, just zmail me and I'll communicate somehow the recommendations for whichever of those machines you're using.

    Recipe #346604

    This recipe is based on one from Lou Seibert Pappas’ cookbook, Extra-Special Crockery Pot Recipes. She says, “Serve this unusual cake warm with scoops of coffee or chocolate ice cream.”

    Recipe #470556


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