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Dukkah Parmesan crusted whole Salmon Fillet...

…and Cucumber Pomegranate Salad, baby roast potatoes.

I kind of get the feeling that I say this about every recipe (or is it just me), but this is such an easy recipe!   590 more words

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Pumpkin Pie Spice

Cook’s Notes: Several web sites have this same recipe. I keep it on hand year-round, and the spice blend is terrific in smoothies, pumpkin pie, and… 78 more words

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Ras el Hanout

If you read the About Me page on this blog you would already know that I’m quite taken with Morocco. Luckily for me Italy is optimistically a stone throw away giving me a chance to joyfully boast about the refreshing Moroccan culture that sweeps over part of this city. 1,362 more words

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Ground Turkey Sausage

Cook’s notes: I found a wonderful recipe online for a spice blend to use in homemade turkey sausage. I omitted the brown sugar but left in the red pepper flakes. 125 more words

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Koh Samui Noodles

Serves 4

      (omit honey for vegans)

This is similar to a Pad Thai. When I was in Thailand I had Pad Thai for Breakfast everyday. It was so good, but I can tell you one thing, the Thais aren’t woosies when it comes to using Chili. 517 more words

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English Style Madras Curry Powder

If you went to India and asked someone about finding some Madras curry powder no one would know what you were asking for.  Madras curry powder doesn’t actually exist in India.  124 more words

Homemade Ras El Hanout

My new favorite spice blend!

Ras el Hanout (which means “top of the shop” in Arabic) is a Moroccan spice mixture used in their cuisine to flavor everything from grilled meats, vegetable tagines, to a hashish candy called majoun. 566 more words