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    Here's a simply delicious smooth and creamy sesame honey spread for your toast, or for dipping (try pita bread chunks, dates or banana slices). Ingredient quantities are estimates, adjust to your tastes. Inspired by breakfast at Café Shosh (the old one, on Rechov Ha-Palmach) in Jerusalem, where on a single plate you’d get eggs made to order, chopped tomato & cucumber salad, yogurt, toast, jam, and a lovely honeyed tahini spread. From Sweet Amandine. Enjoy! Per Wikipedia: Tahini is an excellent source of copper, manganese and the amino acid methionine, and a source of the healthy fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6. Tahini's relatively high levels of calcium and protein make it a useful addition to vegetarian and vegan diets, as well as to raw food diets when eaten in its unroasted form. Tahini made from raw sesame seeds is lower in fat than tahini made from roasted seeds. Compared to peanut butter, tahini has higher levels of fiber and calcium and lower levels of sugar and saturated fats.

    Recipe #483958

    Here's The Heritage Cook Book's traditional recipe for laplands, small muffin-like biscuits that were popular at the First Family's (President James Knox Polk and First Lady Sarah Childress Polk) austere table. Serve them with butter and jam.

    Recipe #482316

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    Bedouin Tea: A Wandering People's Enduring Comfort. The following recipe for spiced tea was, and still is, frequently enjoyed by the Bedouin. The Bedouin use the dried leaves of desert plants (habuck and marmaraya). In the U.S., dried thyme or sage can be substituted for the desert herbs for a similar flavor. Experiment with different herbs and spices until you find a recipe that suits your taste. Found at The Austerity Kitchen....posted by request. Note: As mentioned by reviewer UmmBinat in her comments, try wild oregano if you have access to it.

    Recipe #481964

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Here's a delightful Persian Sugar that's simply and quickly made and so delicious sprinkled atop yogurt and fresh fruit, as a topping for ice cream, over pancakes -or- as a delectable filling for crepes recipe #284735 or baked in pastries. Enjoy!

    Recipe #480674

    Spanish style egg scramble is good for breakfast, brunch, lunch or brinner (breakfast for dinner). Enjoy! Serve eggs hot from the frying pan and top with salsa and avocado. Good sides are a tossed green salad and toast or warmed tortillas.

    Recipe #480488

    A very popular cocktail on the drinks menu at Milk & Honey in London. Similar to a Gin Sour, but with a dose of Fino sherry (dry sherry). Tasty, refreshing and with a floral aroma--the ideal cocktail for a relaxing spring evening.

    Recipe #480174

    There's nothing like a cup of fresh mint and melissa (lemon balm) tea or tisane to refresh, calm and soothe you after a morning or afternoon spent at the gym or in the garden. Enjoy! Wonderful hot or iced sweetened with my vanilla or herb sugar recipe #431886, or with lavender honey recipe #383209. Makes two cups of tea.

    Recipe #479926

    Quick, easy, tasty, pretty, and healthy too! Enjoy this yummy parfait made with fresh fruit, yogurt, cream, and granola (or muesli) for breakfast/brunch, or as an afternoon snack. Can also be made with dried cranberries in place of the fresh fruit, or you can add some extra nuts or whatever you and your family/friends like. Be creative! P.S. This parfait would be a wonderful presentation layered in a glass ice bucket, -or- in a standard trifle dish if you have a large group for brunch...simply increase the quantities to suit. ENJOY!

    Recipe #479614

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    A luscious creamy Kahlua dip that's wonderful for dipping fresh strawberries (or your favorite fruit or cookies). This is sooo delicious! Notes: You can use regular milk for the evaporated milk. May be made up to two days in advance; just store in a covered bowl in the fridge until serving time. P.S. Would also be excellent made with Amaretto vs. Kahlua. :) Enjoy!

    Recipe #479515

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Here's a super tasty fresh and simple salad that's good for you, too. I enjoyed my salad with handcrafted Humboldt Fog aged goat cheese, some toasted walnuts and a light drizzle of tarragon-olive oil dressing, but you may use whatever cheese, nuts and dressing you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #479016

    Looking for a delicious, inexpensive way to boost your mineral intake? Try making some herbal vinegars. While minerals like calcium are not easily extracted in water, they dissolve quite easily into vinegar. For centuries, wise women have used apple cider vinegar combined with mineral-rich herbs, in place of calcium supplements to help build stronger bones. (It is said that a tablespoon of herbal infused vinegar has as much calcium as a glass of milk!). "Adding vinegar to your food actually helps build bones because it frees up minerals from the vegetables you eat. Adding a splash of vinegar to cooked greens is a classic trick of old ladies who want to be spry and flexible when they're ancient old ladies. In fact, a spoonful of vinegar on your broccoli or kale or dandelion greens increases the calcium you get by one-third." -- Susun Weed

    Recipe #479010

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Fresh avocado, smoked turkey breast, and crispy bacon with a bleu cheese spread served on bread of your choice with thin sliced red onion, romaine lettuce, and sliced tomato. This is my version of a California Cobb, based on a wonderful sandwich at a local shop. I hope you enjoy as much as I do!

    Recipe #478936

    Here's my favorite easy method for perfect poached eggs. Try to use the freshest eggs you can find. Wonderful over toast or serve French style atop a salad, with my Easy Hollandaise Sauce recipe #121586, or in my California Eggs Benedict recipe #455644. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #477725

    Here's a beautiful and special dessert: ivory canederli, sitting in a crimson pool of fresh strawberry sauce. They are poached like the savory Canederli, but have a very different texture. They are formed from a delicate dough of ricotta, eggs, and flour instead of reconstituted bread. These are best when cooked just before you serve them (although the sauce can be made ahead), and in the recipe I give you a sequence of steps to streamline the procedure. Cook the strawberry sauce first, if you haven't already, then proceed to make the canederli. Follow my instructions for poaching them-it's important to cook them all the way through-and you'll have perfect canederli in minutes. Once your guests taste them, I know they will tell you that this dessert was worth waiting for. From Lidia Bastianich's "Lidia Cooks from the Heart of Italy".

    Recipe #475892

    Here's an absolutely scrumptious sweet noodle or lokshen kugel that's great as a side dish, snack or for breakfast. One of grandmother's best kept secrets. To serve cut the kugel into small squares and enjoy either warm, cold or at room temperature. Note: The nutmeg and cinnamon are to taste (I use half a pinch of nutmeg and about one teaspoon of cinnamon). Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #474965

    I've been making these tasty brandied carrots with butter, parsley and cream since I was a newlywed! They're very popular in my household, and a wonderful vegetable side dish for dinner parties, holidays, special occasions, or Sunday dinners. Delicious! Would also be good with the addition of parsnips. I like to use a good brandy (such as German 'Asbach Uralt'), but any brandy should do just fine. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #472905

    A warming, soothing cup of spiced chai tea, with the addition of chocolate! You can vary the spices; try a combination of cardamom, ginger, cloves, and pepper. Adapted from Lipton.

    Recipe #472333

    Rich and creamy peanut butter ice cream with oreo cookie chunks; this will definitely satisfy your pb and oreo cookie craving. YUM! The sweet cream base is from Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book. Adapted from 'Vanilla Sugar'. Note: Cook time is estimated freeze time.

    Recipe #471934

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a mouthwatering Swiss specialty dish originating in the town of Zurich, Switzerland. Typically served with Rosti (Swiss hashbrowns), but equally good with mashed potatoes, spaetzle, or dumplings. There are many versions of Geschnetzeltes that can be found throughout the region in restaurants and in home kitchens, alike. I particularly like this version with lemon and parsley.

    Recipe #471844

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    These traditional bread dumplings from Austria and Bavaria make a wonderful accompaniment to a rich gravy, goulash or stew. Just like my Oma made. Enjoy! I've translated the recipe from the delightful German blog, Wolkenfees Kuche.

    Recipe #471840

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