Mouhalabiyeh – Levantine Milk Pudding

Dreamy mouhalabiyeh, a creamy and aromatic pudding flavored with orange blossom, rose, pistachios, and honey. This was one of my favorite desserts as a child and it always brings back festive memories. Such as many Levantine sweets native to Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey, this custard-like pudding is characterized by the combination of dairy and…

Peanut And Lime Chicken Wings

In my house the boys go through real fads with what they will eat on their toast! One of them went through a spell where lime marmalade was his spread of choice but it has gone out of favour so I w… Source: Peanut And Lime Chicken Wings

Salted Chocolate Caramels

The start of the school hols here in Western Australia calls for a sweet treat in our house. Ingredients 130g salted butter 395mls condensed milk 200g brown sugar 2 tablespoons golden syrup 2 table… Source: Salted Chocolate Caramels

Raspberry meringue roulade

Originally posted on Ten More Bites:
I’ve seen recipes for meringue roulades over the years, but assumed they were well beyond my baking abilities. My efforts to produce a passable Swiss roll were hardly confidence building. But finding myself with a quantity of egg whites that needed using, I decided to give it a go.…

Exceedingly Flavorful Chaos – Baked Wontons

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
“Where are the hornless dragons which carry bears on their backs for sport? Where is the great serpent with nine heads and where is the Shu-Hu?” (Zhuangzi ca. 3rd-2nd centuries BCE). The dragon, it seems, is right here, but both Shu and Hu have gone visiting. Their host is none other than…

Roast Duck with Winter Vegetables

Originally posted on The Domestic Man:
Guess what? It’s getting noticeably cooler here in Virginia, which means it’s just about roasting weather. I love making roast dishes once the temperatures dip, because it’s an easy (and aromatic) way to warm up the kitchen during chilly weather. In truth, I developed this dish a few months…

Gypsy soup

Originally posted on Ten More Bites:
I’ve been making gypsy soup for many years. I have no idea why the Moosewood cookbook calls it “gypsy soup”, or what it means by “a spiced and delectable brew of Spanish and Dickensonian origins”. Is it a reference to Linda Dickinson, one of the thirty-odd “Moosewood people” credited…

Florentine Salad

Originally posted on koolkosherkitchen:
This is a combination of two salads. Years ago in Israel, my aunt served a simple, yet delicious and healthy salad. It was just thinly sliced celery with diced scallions, dressed Israeli style, with lemon juice and olive oil. I loved it, and started making it regularly. Then I saw one…

Waldorf salad

Originally posted on Ten More Bites:
? I first learned of the existence of Waldorf salad from Fawlty Towers. Like Basil, I had no idea what it was: Customer: “Could you make me a Waldorf salad?” Basil: “Waldorf salad. I think we’re just out of Waldorfs.” But by the end of the episode – unlike…

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