Eggplant wasn’t really a friend of mine until recently. We became friends just last February in the Holy Land. I had always found eggplant to be too bitter, and sometimes it stung.
Lebanese Lentils & Rice Soup Just a few weeks ago I shared with you a recipe for Lebanese Spinach & Lentil Soup [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/lebanese-spinach-and-lentil-soup], and here I am again talking about lentils!
Lebanese Fattoush Salad The Fattoush Salad is a classic Middle Eastern salad. And like most classic dishes, there are many variations on a common theme. Some families add purslane leaves or mâche. Other
From Oven Tricks to Oven True: The Baking Steel Revolutionizes Home Pizza-Making The Baking Steel [http://bakingsteel.com/] revolutionized my home pizza-making. Nothing is the same now. And everything is so much better.
Pita: A Flatbread Known by Many Names Bread has been referred to as the staff of life, because bread has been seen as a life-giving necessity in cultures across the globe. It is
Hummus and The Lebanese Connection We love hummus, and we eat it quite often. But it wasn’t always that way. At least not for me. For me — believe it or not — there
[https://www.catholicfoodie.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Pizza-Man-Pizza.jpg]Doh! Don’t Forget Important Ingredients For The Pizza Dough! Baking is a science. That is a fact. If you don’t believe