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My Interview with Jules Dervaes of The Path to Freedom: The Modern Urban Homestead

Many of you who follow this blog or actively participate on the MHK Facebook Page probably remember my several mentions of the Dervaes Family, the nearly self-sufficient Californians who garden just about every inch of their modest Pasadena home and even sell their harvest to local chefs and restauranteurs. I first learned about Jules Dervaes a few years ago while watching a ...

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octopus at Alinea (www.alinea-restaurant.com)

If You’re really Into Molecular Gastronomy…or Don’t Even Know What It Is

Check out this site by Martin Lersch about molecular gastronomy and the science of cooking. It’s interesting cooking, done with super modern techniques that use nitrogen and other methods to create incredibly rare menus.  If you’re from Chicago or are a super foodie, think Grant Achatz and how he artistically designs and cooks food at Alinea. If you’re like me and dream of visiting ...

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Custom Embroidered Halal Kitchen Aprons

Get your very own beautifully designed, custom embroidered halal kitchen aprons. It’s fully covering for the messiest jobs in the kitchen and a comfortable cotton-polyester mix washes well on the delicate cycle of your washing machine.        $20 each (tax included)                Care instructions: machine wash delicate cycle, spot bleach away from embroidery.     MHK Apron Colors Basil Green $20.00Blueberry Blue $20.00Coffee ...

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Earth Day and Reflections on “The Cove” Documentary

April 22 is designated as Earth Day. We know as Muslims that every day should be dedicated to serving Allah (swt) by doing right by the earth- treating humans, animal and wildlife with respect and using them in the way that our Creator has commanded. Last month I wrote an article about the award-winning, wonderful documentary, The Cove. The article was published on ...

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5 Reasons to Care Where Your Food Comes From

This article was recently published on the Indiana Public Media’es Earth Eats site. I wanted to be sure that all MHK readers could benefit from this information, especially those who are not part of our Facebook fan page or follow my  Twitter page. My interest in healthy living began in the teen years when I devoured magazines and books that offered information on eating right and exercising. ...

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