Vegetarian Red Pozole

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Well this year has started off pretty awesome and it’s only going to get better! #1, I remembered to add cabbage to the pozole, which was HUGE! Let’s just say I got a lot of grief the last time I made pozole. All my Mexican friends were saying “But there’s no cabbage”, “It’s not pozole […]

Turkish Red Pepper and Walnut Dip (Muhammara)

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Oh, it has only been 18 days since I posted my last recipe. I have to be honest, it takes a while for me to get out of holiday mode. Between 20+ dozen cookies baked, 2 prime rib dinners and losing my waistline (and maybe my mind), a decompression was much welcomed! But it does […]

Mini Potato and Chard Knishes

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Well here we are…the last recipe for 2014! And where did the year go? I know where it went…. to steamed mussels and souffles…to salads and sweets. It has certainly been a delicious year! To round out this delectable year, I teamed up with Cut N Clean Greens once again to bring back a childhood […]

Moqueca (Brazilian Fish Stew)

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Happy 8th day of Hanukkah! The last day of the festival of lights! I am so thrilled happy that “traveling” around the world was such a fun success! This week, we explored all sorts of countries, including China, Italy, Iran and Korea! Today’s final stop is Brazil with their moqueca aka Brazilian fish stew. A […]

Red and Yellow Beet Soup with Fried Beet Greens

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Welcome to day 7 of my Hanukkah party around the world! Tomorrow is our last global stop and I am so thrilled that many of you enjoyed all these recipes. Today’s exploration is very loosely based off of Ukraine with their infamous sup, borscht. However, I am calling this a red and yellow beet soup […]