Traditionally, the perfect falafel should be crisp on the outside, and light and soft on the outside. But, many often include flour as a binding agent. Sylvia’s homemade falafel skips the flour and allows time and a little bit of baking soda to hold the ingredients together. Her “dough”, made of fresh ingredients like cilantro… Read More »
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Recipes & Blog Posts
Spanish paella is a traditional one pot dish that warms the house with aromatic waves of saffron, and an assortment of rich meats and fresh seafood. Taking hours to prepare and assemble in a specialized pan, its deliciousness and beauty might seem daunting for a midweek meal. However, Lisa’s recipe recreates paella in much simpler… Read More »
Whether they’re bright yellow, rich reds, or shades of green, summertime makes the most out of fresh ingredients. And with no exception, David’s mint Infused quinoa tabouleh is at the height of freshness. Pure mint leaves are brewed into an herbal liquid and then used as a base for both the quinoa and peas to… Read More »
Hot pavement. Blistering heat. Sweltering waves of sun. When summer rolls in it makes sure we all know it. So how do we survive the radiating waves of heat? Popsicles of course! These frozen treats come in all flavors and sizes. From short and fruity to round and boozy, few things are more satisfying to… Read More »
Cheesecake is one of those desserts we all love to enjoy at a restaurant, but can be difficult or laborious to make at home. Michelle’s recipe puts a simple spin on cheesecake by turning it into bars where the filling is prepared, baked, and then set to chill all at once in the refrigerator. Fresh… Read More »
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