Tag Archives: Cinnamon

Apple Chips, and an aunt learns how to field trip

I had just driven downstate from Up North, and my nephew came in the door from school. I started pinging him with my usual questions, had it been a music day or phys ed, Spanish or library? Any field trips …

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Vegetarian Grape Leaf Rolls (gluten-free and vegan too…)

Hello, cousin.

That’s just how we say it, the Lebanese. It’s our expression of closeness to a friend, or a fellow Lebanese who may be a perfect stranger but is no stranger at all. It says: I know you, we …

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Thick Hot Chocolate with Cinnamon, a quiet triumph

Thick hot chocolate, Maureen Abood

There are certain things we have eaten in their very finest forms that stay with us, that won’t leave us alone until we eat them again. My list of such finery does not include chicken wings, devotees of which seem …

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Crunchy Roast Chickpeas with Za’atar, good and good for you

I know I’m far from alone in starting off the New Year with ideals of eating well. That’s the kind of commitment that will contribute to making the year a happy one. I spent the better part of last year …

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Fragrant Lebanese Chicken Soup Recipe

I know this is a food blog and that I’m a food person and that we all agree on how much we love to cook and eat. But I’ve got to admit: I haven’t been feeling great lately, and it …

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