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Roasted Red Pepper Dip (and How to Roast Peppers)

This Mediterranean style Roasted Red Pepper Dip is my play on Muhammara, a dip that is found mostly in Syria which has pomegranate molasses and aleppo peppers. 188 more words


The Big Dipper

Just before Christmas, I had a group of old work colleagues coming over for what has become an annual Christmastime tradition: Snacks and drinks at mine followed by a visit to the local public sauna. 217 more words

Greg Malouf's Muhammara

Greg Malouf’s name is revered in Melbourne’s food scene. In the 1990s he made a name for himself fusing the flavours of his Lebanese birthright with the Irish heritage of O’Connell’s gastro pub in South Melbourne. 492 more words


Muhammara Spread

Muhammara is a delicious, complex, savory Syrian spread that I can’t get enough of. As a dip for toasted flatbread, spread on a sandwich, even tossed over pasta, the earthy, intriguing flavors of roasted walnut, red peppers and tomatoes, spices, and of course, a healthy drizzle of olive oil have me sneaking into the fridge in the middle of the night, spoon in hand, for my container of cold muhammara. 247 more words

Cooking In

{Eating Out} Shanghai Restaurant Week: Pasha

Shanghai Restaurant Week is a godsend for poor souls in the city (like me) who want to try some of Shanghai’s best restaurants but can’t afford to drop a few thousand kuai on one meal. 630 more words


The greatest dip on earth - Muhammara

This is straight up smack paste.  You’ll be wondering why this isn’t an everyday vegan staple like hummus, and why the only company making it (to my knowledge) is… 203 more words


Çiya Kebap – İstanbul

Değerli Dostlar,

İstanbul seyahatimde gitmeyi çok arzu ettiğim bir mekân da basında övgü ile bahsedilen Çiya Kebap’tı.

Çiya Kebap’ın kurucusu Musa Dağdeviren, Gaziantep-Nizip doğumlu olup, asıl mesleği fırıncılıkmış. 569 more words