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Weekend Cooking: Stuffed Stuff

Love weekends when we can fully relax and cook savory cozy meals that speak to the soul and heart.

This is a favorite dish especially for cold winter nights. 361 more words



Dolma is a Middle Eastern dish.Traditionally it is made from grape leaves. In Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Greece, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon in addition to grape leaves it is also made from different vegetables like stuffed tomatoes, stuffed eggplants, stuffed cabbage, stuffed zucchini, and stuffed onions. 43 more words


2015 here I come ...

2014 not the best year. Not by a long shot. And 2013 and 2012 were not very great either. Not to get all life-style guru on you here but I realized at some point that I keep waiting for things to get better, waiting for my life to get better and maybe that is just not the right approach.   750 more words

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Choose Your Own Armenian Adventure!

The reason I haven’t written in so long is that I’ve just emerged from a coma. A food coma, to be precise. It began with a godforsaken granola bar on the morning of January 1, 2015 and was all downhill from there. 4,669 more words

Ottoman Cuisine, Barton

Away from the hubbub of Braddon and the growth of the Kingston Foreshore sits one of Canberra’s most awarded restaurants. It’s not by the water, nor in a local shopping centre, nor near the mall. 412 more words

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Dolma is a classical and traditional dish of the Algerian cuisine, typically from the city of Algiers. As I mentioned in others post, the classic Algerian recipes was influenced a lot by the Turkish cuisine, not only in the cuisine but also in lifestyle.  332 more words

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Constraints and creativity

This fall I have felt incredibly trapped and unable to see past all the things that are not possible for me. Finding things to be happy about have been hard. 308 more words

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