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Appetizers

Eggplant Pomegranate Dip

Roasted Garlic Hummus

Cucumber Tomato Raita

Lemon Garlic Spinach

Black Noodles

Korean Cucumber Salad

Vinagered Daikon

Roasted Brussel Sprouts on Kimchi Puree

Tofu with Thousand Year Old Egg

Entrees

Slow-cooked Eggplant with Star Anise

Steamed Egg Custard

Brown Rice Congee with Seaweed and Poached Egg

Stir-fried Eggs and Tomato

Flat Scallion Omelet

Oyakodon

Colorful Tempeh Stir-fry

Stuffed Cabbage in Cinnamon Apricot Sauce

Butternut Squash Kibbeh with Spinach Chickpea filling

Gingerbread Curry

Yellow Tofu Curry with Brussels Sprouts and Kabocha Squash

Curried Cauliflower and Chickpeas

Greek Eggplant

Bok Choy with Soft Tofu and Glass Noodles

Whole Fish with Soft Tofu in a Soy Sauce Broth

Grilled Mackerel in a Sesame Soy Marinade

Sides

Saffron Rice Pilaf with Dried Apricots

Acorn Squash Pineapple Puree

Simply Steamed Kabocha Squash

Sichuan-style Stir-fried Potato Strings

Jap Chae

Cinnamon Couscous

Stir-fried Asparagus with Ginger

Stir-fried Watercress

Garlic Spinach

Hot Red Cabbage “Slaw” with Balsamic and Onions

Caramelized Shallots and Garlic with Balsamic

Baking/Dessert

Steamed Corn Buns with Shredded Vegetables

Whole Wheat Challah

Whole Wheat Pita

Chai Latte Vanilla Pudding

Nut and Seed Olive Oil Biscotti

Miscellaneous

How to Stir-fry Any Vegetable

How to Conquer Tofu

Special Dinners

Mongolian Hot Pot

Moroccan-influenced Shabbat

Mezze Menu

Korean Fusion Dinner

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  1. February 11, 2011 6:57 pm

    My daughter just told me that she met you at a French conversation gathering. She told me about your website and knew her Dad and I would LOVE it. And she’s right! We’re total foodies, have such varied tastes and love to experiment with new foods, textures, sights and smells. We’re pretty obsessed with espresso, too (I feel like there’s a word that should be coined to express “obsessed with espresso”…) Anyway, your mixture of Asian & MiddleEastern recipes would fit very well in our household. But, we cannot live without pasta! (I’m the Italian factor in all this)–my husband 1/2 Chinese 1/2 Lebanese (but his Chinese mom was born & raised in Trinidad) so our children have grown up with all kinds of cooking and eating traditions. So glad you met our daughter and she told me about your blog. Hope you’re able to cook together soon and that we’ll meet you on one of our visits.
    Merci- Shukran- Xie Xie-Grazie-

    • February 11, 2011 9:08 pm

      Thank you so much! Your comment just made my day.
      I would love to learn more about what you could at home– especially because what I know nothing about actual Middle Eastern cooking.
      Carina seems so cool– can’t wait to get to know her better. We have plans to cook together tomorrow night.

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