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Hummus Kawarma (Lamb) with Lemon Sauce

Yotam Ottolenghi, thank you for this recipe! I have several of his cookbooks, and I think this is my favourite recipe out of all of them. 356 more words


Griddled aubergine with garlic, lemon and pomegranate seeds

One of the things I loved in Israel was the freshly squeezed pomegranate juice which was amazingly sharp and sweet at the same time. This dish carries the pomegranate seeds perfectly and is delicate, fragrant, citrus and yet smooth. 253 more words


Tomato & Almond Tart a la Ottolenghi

In our Irish home there are three of us who love frittatas and quiches…and one who does not.

The one who “does not” is the one we’ve always called “littlest”…even though she is now as tall as myself!. 603 more words


Meaty beef Kofta

Somehow I managed to miss eating Kofta in Israel although I certainly ate my fair share of kebab so when I saw this recipe I had to try it. 405 more words


Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully's NOPI cookbook; recipes

Any cookbook bearing Yotam Ottolenghi’s name has wings. They fly out of bookstores.

The latest is the much anticipated Nopi (Appetite by Random House) but Ottolenghi is quick to share credit with co-author Ramael Scully. 2,730 more words

Word Of Mouth

'Hummous' - P.210

I’m not sure when or why it was that Hummus (like it or not, I have to use that spelling. Strange, how attached one becomes to particular roman alphabet spellings of words for which any such specificity is surely open to interpretation) became a byword for middle-classness in British culture. 665 more words