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Italian Stovetop Eggs

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A recipe of mainly Italian ingredients, this meal will leave you satisfied and energized throughout the day, insha’allah.  Serve with rustic Italain bread, pita or whatever type of bread you like to scoop up the tomato and cheesy parts.  Organic Eggs – Hunt’s Organic Farm (Oberlin, Ohio) This recipe serves two, but is easy to double or triple the measurements. If ...

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Baked Stuffed Peaches Topped with Mascarpone Cream

Traditionally made with cognac, I decided to try using white grape juice as a substitute ingredient in this baked fruit dessert. The result was nothing short of delectable. Even for those who avoid fruit as dessert, trust me. It’s worth a taste. *Cooks tip: You’ll probably have plenty of leftover mascarpone cheese mixture from this recipe. Don’t let it go to waste– it ...

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Chicken Bouillabaisse

Chicken Bouillabaise

Those of you who know me well enough know that my favorite cooking mentor is Julia Child–and it’s not because of the book or movie, Julie & Julia (though I really enjoyed both). Around this time last year I completely absorbed myself in The French Chef videos, those early years where Julia Child enlightened the American housewife about how to cook French ...

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Pollo En Escabeche: Marinated Chicken From Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula

The word ‘escabeche’ comes from the Arabic word ‘sikiube’, which means ‘acid’, and is a method for light pickling. In Mexico, escabeches combine vinegar with citrus juices, bay leaves and other herbs. This is a Mayan recipe, so it includes the traditional achiote paste made from annatto seeds and is called ‘recado rojo’. Annatto seeds and ready-made achiote paste can ...

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