A taste of the world

Delicious Foods without Borders!

  • Eggs & Sumac – Bayd Bi Sumac

    This Lebanese speciality dish is generally served for breakfast. It’s minty, garlicky and subtly enhanced by the acid taste of sumac! It’s a delight any time of the day. Young and old love it! NB: Sumac is the dried fruit of Rhus Coriaria, a small tree native to Southern Europe and Western Asia. The reddish-purple […]

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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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  • Kedgeree (Rice & Prawns) – Or (Rice & Roasted Butternut Squash)

    Kedgeree is a British dish with Indian roots. The “Larousse Gastronomique” explains that this dish originated from a concoction of spiced lentils, rice, fried onions and ginger known as Khichiri, dating back to the 14th century and eaten across India. The early colonists developed a taste for it and over the years changed the recipe […]

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  • Chicken, Potato and Mango Salad

    This is a really tasty mixed salad. In summer it can be a meal on its own. And in winter, a delicious starter! I usually do it with chicken leftovers, potatoes and crudités that are in my fridge. But the star of this salad is the sweet and juicy mango!

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  • Moussaka (Eggplant and minced meat casserole)

    Moussaka is a traditional Greek recipe, quite tasty and rich. It needs 3 stages: fry eggplant, simmer meat & tomato and finally cook the béchamel sauce. In this recipe I use only eggplants but you can also add fried slices of potatoes and alternate with the fried slices of eggplants. For a lighter version, bake […]

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