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Lebanese Savory Lamb Fatayer Recipe

Try a simple and exotic Lebanese lamb fatayer with a simple dough and an incredible spice mixture. This is a Lebanese version of a calzone and will be a family favorite and fun to make too!Course Main dishCuisine Middle EasternPrep Time 30 minutesCook Time 20 minutesTotal Time 50 minutesServings: 4  piecesIngredientsDough1 3/4 cup flour all purpose3/4 cup warm water (about …

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Lebanese Meat Pie Recipe – Sfeeha – Lahm bi Ajeen

One traditional way of making such pies is to bake them on a “saaj,” a dome-shaped metal oven fired by wood or gas (see photo below).  My late grandma in the village of Douma used to have one, and back in the day, every other weekend her neighbors would come over and they’d all bake bread for their families on …

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Healthy Eating and Meal Prep Ideas

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Mumble Sauce

I just got home after some fairly painless oral surgery, and my troublesome wisdom tooth is now gone. That’s the good news. The bad news is my mouth is currently stuffed with cotton, and doing a voice-over for the just completed mumbo sauce probably isn’t a great idea. Hopefully, I’ll be able to rock the mic soon, but in the …

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Today’s Video Delayed Due to Wisdom

Tooth, that is. I have a cracked wisdom tooth that needs some attention, and so I’m not exactly sure when I’ll be able to finish the voice over for today’s recipe. I ended up filming the cider-braised pork you may have seen in the spaetzle video, and look forward to posting it soon. Stay tuned! .

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Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge Starts Sunday!

It’s almost that time again. The annual Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge starts this Sunday, October 1st, and runs through the end of the month. During this time, restaurants throughout the Sacramento area offer special vegan dishes created especially for the occasion. This year is shaping up to be the best one yet, with twenty-eight restaurants already signed up and more …

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Five Vegan Dishes That Even Non-vegan Food Bloggers Will Love

Last year’s International Food Bloggers Conference (IFBC) in Sacramento was such a big success that they’ve decided to meet in Sacramento again this year. Most of the bloggers I met weren’t vegan, or even vegetarian, but they seemed adventurous and willing to try new culinary experiences. With that in mind, I thought I’d offer a list of a few vegan …

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Rossi Catering & Deli

A friend on Twitter told me recently about a new place, Rossi Catering & Deli,  that opened in Tahoe Park last month. He said they had some vegan options on the menu, so I went to try it out last week. The menu offers two salads that are vegan without requiring any changes — a fruit salad and a local …

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Cantina Alley

Cantina Alley opened earlier this year and quickly became one of the most popular casual eateries in midtown. Situated in an alley courtyard and serving tacos and specialty cocktails, Cantina Alley has attracted a large and enthusiastic following. But do they have anything vegans can eat? As it turns out, yes they do! After hearing from Aaron, one of their …

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Day Late and a Sour Dough Starter Short

Today’s video has been pushed back until tomorrow, due to some extremely loud construction noise next door. While I’m happy our neighbors are getting a new driveway, I’m not happy I can’t record the voice over for a new sour dough starter video. Thanks for your patience, and stay tuned! 

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