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Delicious Foods without Borders!

  • Safsouf – Cabbage and Burghul (or Bulgur) Salad

    This dish is rustic, tasty, nourishing and easy to prepare. it is said it originated in the Bekaa Valley, more precisely in the Hermel District, in Lebanon. The recipes varies from family to family. The recipe herein is similar to a tabouleh. Choose preferably a Bulgur which is medium in coarseness and soak it in […]

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  • Warm Leek Salad with French Vinaigrette

    This is a typical French salad. It’s best to eat it warm but it’s also good at room temperature. Try to choose the thinner leeks as they are more tender and less chewy. Otherwise, remove all the layers that are dry looking until you reach the softer part. Then cut off all the green part […]

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  • Beans with Swiss Chard, Coriander and Garlic

    This recipe was given to me by my sister who had it from a friend of hers! It may have a Lebanese origin. I cooked It twice: once with Swiss chard and another time I used Cavolo Nero (Tuscan kale), and both were really good. It is perfect as a side dish and also as […]

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  • Beetroot and Feta Salad

    I love beetroot! I guess the love of it is encrusted in my Polish DNA! Beside being tasty and sweet, it is full of vitamins and minerals. Before we married, my English husband thought that beetroot was eaten only pickled! In Poland (also in the neighbouring countries), beetroot is a staple vegetable and used in […]

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  • Crêpes Suzette – French Pancakes with Orange Sauce

      Sweet crêpes are one of my favourite desserts. They are easy to make and you can fill them with what ever you like. But crêpes Suzette with their sweet orange sauce are the most known dessert crêpes. They were made famous in France. The original recipe includes the use of orange liqueur to flambé […]

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