This recipe may be the best cookie recipe I've ever used! As with all cookies, they taste the best right out of the oven. But I was surprised how moist and fluffy they still tasted a week later. Lemon cookies are the perfect springtime cookie.
Hummus. Yes, homemade hummus. Need I say more? You can garnish hummus with many things. In this recipe I use roasted red pepper and a bit of minced parsley.
Mjadara: a middle eastern dish that has rice, lentils, and carmelized onions. As with most arabic dishes, a suggested serving option is to pair it with a spoonful or two of plain yogurt. Also, tabbouli goes great as a side dish!
Tabbouli: a fresh middle eastern salad consisting of couscous, parsley, cucumbers, and tomatoes. This side dish compliments almost any main dish and tastes great when served with a whopping spoonful of plain yogurt.
Finally I present Post 3 of 3 of my shellfish feast: oysters! The heat from the barbeque grill steams the oysters and pops the shells open, while poaching the oyster inside. The oysters turn out fantastic!
Post 2 of 3 from the shellfish feast: grilled clams! A word of advice: since you'll already be firing up the grill; you might as well go ahead and grill oysters (post to be coming soon) and pineapple slices. I find that the grilled pineapple goes well as a side dish for shellfish feasts.
This will be Post 1 of a shellfish feast that I was lucky enough to be a part of (oysters and clams to be posted soon!). Read on for the mussels steamed in a butter-wine sauce recipe (with artisan bread for dipping too!)
as with a lot of grand discoveries; i made this pie by mistake. i had a lot of food around that needed to be eaten; so i started putting things together and it slowly turned into a veggie pot pie with a thick top layer of cheese crust. and believe me, the photos do not do this pie justice. it is filling and absolutely delicious!