Turkey Roulade Recipe by Michelle Stoppa

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We all have culinary traditions dear to our hearts and taste buds. Food hits home in the heart, stomach and soul. In winter our brain sends messages to our metabolism and we crave heartier sustenance: fat, salt, root vegetables and comfort foods. As daylight fades, we need more carbohydrates to increase serotonin levels to help us all enjoy a better mood. My spin on turkey this year is turkey...

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Rack of Lamb with Mint topping 2 rack of lamb1/4 cup fresh mint, choppedOR1 tablespoon dried mint2 tablespoons olive oil2 tablespoons soy sauce2 cloves garlic, chopped1 tablespoon lemon juice1/4 cup fresh breadcrumbssalt and freshly ground black pepper Sauce1/2 cup red onion, finely chopped1 cup red wine2 cups beef or chicken stock2 tablespoons mint or apple jelly1 teaspoon cornstarch, COMBINED...

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 Recipes have been translated from Syrian, so one might need to use one’s skill and judgement. Tawa or Tote 1 kg minced meat 2 medium onionsHalf a bunch of parsleyOne pepper or sweet as desiredSeasoning a medium spoonful of black pepper Tablespoon coriander Medium spoon of sweet red pepperSalt as desired mix well1 kg potato, peeled, sliced and fried Half a kilo of...

Taj Eddin Family Recipes - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

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If you have sourdough fatigue, but still crave the aroma of freshly baked bread in the house, then try this Muesli bread recipe, packed with dried fruits and your choice of nuts or seeds (or both). I love serving this bread with cheese and while this bread complements triple crème Brie or a pungent blue, my favourite pairing is with an aged hard cheese like “5 Brothers” from Gunn’s Hill Artisan...

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Now that spring, has officially sprung, and there is a sense of renewal and regeneration all around us, comes a change in our eating habits. Gone are the heavy stews made in your favourite crock, and hours of slow roasting comforting winter fare. Now is the time to lighten up our menu, dust off those BBQ’s look forward to getting out in the yard more and even shed a few of those winter pounds (I...

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Intro: Here, we vamp up the often under appreciated parfait by marrying it with classic sweet potato pie ingredients, then top it all off with creamy coconut yogurt and sinfully delicious pumpkin seed granola. Not only is this is an easy make ahead breakfast or dessert that everyone will request again and again, but it is also very high in fibre, iron and vitamin A and a good source of potassium...

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Belgian Beef Carbonnade The sauce for this Belgian version of a beef stew uses dark beer to add depth of flavour and prunes to add a subtle sweetness, but that’s not to say that a rich red wine wouldn’t pair perfectly. Serve this with a winter salad with roasted pears and a hazelnut dressing and a loaf of crusty bread and you are ready for any cozy, winter’s night. Serves 6   Prep...

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