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Recipes #21-#23, Jerusalem

Below are three festive dishes from Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi’s Jerusalem. They represent my 21st-23rd completed dishes from this cookbook. Recipe #21) Roasted chicken with artichoke and lemon. 78 more words

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broccolini & green bean salad with curry leaves & fresh coconut

:: I’ll keep this post short and sweet, because the end of year crazies are getting to me and I’d like table twenty eight to retain a readership. 693 more words

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Potato Tart-tatin

We have been trying out some vegetarian dishes this past week to increase our vegetable consumption and also to see if it can save us any money on food bills- here is one of the recipes we tried from Yottam Ottolenghi’s cookbook “Plenty” which is a completely vegetarian exploration of food from Israel and Palestine that we have borrowed from the library. 348 more words

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Dinner Darlings- My Go-To Food Bibles

I am pretty lucky to have been brought up with an incredibly diverse array of meals. A multicultural bloodlines means we got the tastes and treats of the Middle East, Eastern Europe and South America combined with treats picked up along the way (hello Asian fusion). 787 more words

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The start of winter break, 2014-2015

Recipe #18) Swiss chard with tahini, yogurt, and buttered pine nuts – I’m back in Wisconsin for winter break, so expect some serious cooking. This swiss chard dish was our first dish (and my 18th out of Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi’s… 99 more words

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3-Course Dinner (Jerusalem-Themed)

Recipe #15) Pureed beets with yogurt – This first-course dish is my 15th dish out of Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi’s Jerusalem: A Cookbook. This dish combines beets, garlic, red chile, Greek yogurt, date syrup (I substituted maple syrup), and olive oil. 106 more words

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More from Ottolenghi and Tamimi's Jerusalem: Shakshuka and Harissa

Recipe #13) Shakshuka – a wonderful way to cook eggs. This particular shakshuka is made of familiar flavors — tomatoes, red pepper, cumin, chili — but they seem deeper somehow, more concentrated. 70 more words

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