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Simcha shared a recipe  

Most of us use tomato paste in our cooking, this version is sundried. It can store on the shelf...

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This spread very rich in tastes, colour and texture. ?t can be used for meze and small plates...

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Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

Homegrown Brussels sprouts are sweeter and nuttier than their industrially grown counterparts,...

Roger Doiron shared a recipe  

Do you like strawberry shortcake? Yes, then you're going to love this "Italianized...

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strawberry granita

The Italians call this frozen fruit preparation "granita" but you'll have more...

Christina shared a recipe  

Crusty toasted slices of artisan bread, piled high with fresh tomatoes, herbs, red onions and...

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This is a middle eastern stew that is eaten mainly for breakfast but is suitable and lovely for...

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Dandelion Greens are very healthy and makes a nice side dish or can be used as a meze or small...

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Zucchinis are prolific at the best of times. After stuffing them, frying them, grating them into...

Roger Doiron shared a recipe  

If you've ever made a wilted spinach salad, this recipe will seem very familiar to you....

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