Arugula and fig salad paired with pomegranate molasses dressing will liven up your dinner menu any day of the week, all year round.
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While I love the classic lime, ginger beer, vodka Moscow Mule, this twist, a minty pomegranate mule cocktail, is bright and refreshing alternative.
Chocolate babka or krantz cake, is a brioche-like chocolate-studded bread that is making a mainstream comeback – in kitchens and bakeries everywhere!
What happens when Betty Crocker meets the flavors of Middle Eastern cuisine? Rose, Cardamom and Pistachio Snowballs, that’s what! A simple yet exotic holiday cookie you can enjoy all year long.
My sixth post for the October Unprocessed Challenge covers 3 ancient ingredients – za’atar, sumac, and nigella seeds – to spice up your modern day cooking!
Tasting Jerusalem May 2015 topic is the ancient versatile ingredient yogurt including a special guest Cheryl Sternman Rule, author of “Yogurt Culture”.
Tasting Jerusalem is springing into March with mint. Fresh and dried mint – so prevalent in Middle Eastern cuisine – will enliven your savory & sweet dishes
Turmeric: A healing root that adds color and flavor to so many cuisines is our Tasting Jerusalem Feb 2015 ingredient. Find it fresh and you’ll fall in love.
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I’m Beth – a seasoned marketing professional, kitchen table storyteller, and enthusiastic food consumer. Hang out in my virtual kitchen and I promise to feed you recipes, stories, and lots of inspiration!