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Shakshuka with Feta and Olives

You can make this for an elegant brunch for company or you can eat it while hungover in your pyjamas. Either way, this is a delicious and easy way to start your day! The eggs will satify your hunger and the spicy tomatoes will get your juices flowing! This version is pretty mild, but another …

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Wild Rice and Chicken Soup

If you’re traveling in Minnesota, you will see a version of this delicious soup served in many different restaurants. Wild rice is definitely a local delicacy, with a nutty, woodsy, flavour and a chewy, almost crunchy texture. The grains are ridiculously long and when cooked, the hull will split open and a tender curl of …

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Gai Lan with Oyster Sauce

This is a Chinese restaurant classic. Gai lan is available at most Asian markets, but in a pinch, rapini or Italian broccoli will be just as delicious. The sauce is simple. Oil is infused with garlic and ginger, then mixed with oyster sauce, soy sauce, shaoxing wine and a little sugar. The broccoli is simply …

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Make it! Hawayej – A Yemenite Spice Blend

Fragrant, colourful and warming, this is a great spice to use with chicken, fish, soup, and stews. I’ve even heard of people putting it on their oatmeal in the morning! In my opinion, this delicious blend kicks “pumpkin spice” to the curb and leaves it there.  

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Roasted Squash Soup

Ripe, plump, and plentiful squash and pumpkins signal the beginning of fall and cooler weather. A great way to use them up is in spicy, aromatic soups, like this one.  I have made a simple purée version and dolled it up with a dollop of fresh cream and a crispy pancetta slice. This would make …

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Celery Soup with Stilton and Walnuts

A chef at a restaurant that I worked at, years and years ago, made this soup and I fell in love with it. He said that it was on the menu of the Orient Express in the 1920’s. I’m not sure how I would go about verifying that, but I really don’t care. It’s a …

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Tonkatsu – Japanese Style Pork Cutlet

Yoshoku is a category of Japanese cooking that originated just before the turn of the 20th century, when Japan was opening up to foreign trade and influence. The dishes are Japanese takes on European fare that were previously unknown in the country. They look familiar, but they have a distinctly Japanese character. Tonkatsu is one …

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Beef and Apricot Tagine

The fragrant aroma of a tagine slowly cooking is one of my favourite cooking highs. Yes, I have those.   If you don’t have a tagine to cook it in, make sure you cover a large casserole tightly with foil to keep the moisture in. This is a dish of the desert and there is …

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Thai Larb – Isan Style

If you’re looking for something that’s fast, flavourful, and a change-up from your routine, I highly recommend making a larb. I’ve used ground pork in this version, but larb can be made from any ground meat that you have on hand. It’s also a great intro dish to Thai cooking. There’s no complicated techniques or …

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Korean Fried Chicken Pops

Make this tangy, spicy Korean finger food instead of wings or Southern fried chicken if you feel like changing things up. When you trim the legs and remove the tendons, you can push the meat up to the end to form a nice ball that’s easy to eat and keeps your fingers nice and clean.  …

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