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    National salad of Lebanon. Parsley and tomatoes are the main ingredients with a simple extra virgin olive oil, salt and lemon juice dressing. Healthy and delicious.

    Recipe #331914

    Delicious leg of lamb, stuffed and roasted in the oven, sweet and earthy, absolutely divine!

    Recipe #331540

    French salad made traditionally with canned tuna. One of my favorites!

    Recipe #277017

    Quiche with bacon and arugula, great for lunch or a picnic.

    Recipe #277011

    Vegan soup, can be served as hot or at room temp, It's nice and tart, low in fat high in protein.

    Recipe #276909

    This cake has density to it, it can be served vegan by substituting extra virgin olive oil for butter and water for milk, it will taste just as good. Traditionally its cut in small squares and each square has a pine nut or blanched almond, I've served it with toasted sesame seeds when I wanted Sfoof and was out of pine nuts and almonds. You can omit the anise, however the flavor adds a little sweetness and takes it to another level. I absolutely love this cake and I hope you will too! Sfoof is great served with tea or coffee for breakfast.

    Recipe #253948


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