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Tapiz – Malbec 2012 Tapiz – Malbec 2012 By Taste-Buds 12/20/13 23:19 It has been a while since I did a wine review that it is long due. I have been tasting a lot of new wines but have not really took the time to do a full technical sheet. The good … Continue reading →
Grapefruit Cranberry Sauce Grapefruit Cranberry Sauce By Taste-Buds 11/22/13 01:50 This is my second Thanksgiving here! Already! While last year all I did was eat and try new foods for the first time on Thanksgiving, this year I wanted to pitch in and prepare something. A couple of weeks ago … Continue reading →
Book Review: My Berlin Kitchen: a Love Story (with Recipes) by Luisa Weiss Book Review: My Berlin Kitchen: a Love Story (with Recipes) by Luisa Weiss By Taste-Buds 10/24/13 01:42 I have followed the blog “The Wednesday Chef” for about a year now. I found it interesting and appealing, hence when the author Luisa Weiss published her book, My Berlin Kitchen: A Love Story (with Recipes), I wanted to read … Continue reading →
Blog Anniversary and Kibbeh b Laban (Kibbeh Meatballs in Yogurt) Blog Anniversary and Kibbeh b Laban (Kibbeh Meatballs in Yogurt) By Taste-Buds 10/10/13 22:59 Four years ago, the same day the Taste-Buds started. I cannot believe it has been so long already! Although the blog has changed from its original format and my Taste-Buds moved on from blogging, I still consider it as this … Continue reading →
Purslane Fatayer Purslane Fatayer By Taste-Buds 09/10/13 02:33 Greetings readers! After being away for a while, I missed the blog, I hope you missed it too. I don’t know if I can call my long time away a vacation, but I was not cooking anything spectacular or worth … Continue reading →
Loubieh b Zeit: Lebanese Green Beans with Tomatoes and Olive Oil Loubieh b Zeit: Lebanese Green Beans with Tomatoes and Olive Oil By Taste-Buds 07/05/13 01:01 Green beans are made two ways in Lebanon. One is a stew with meat and served with rice, the other version is the vegetarian one that is usually consumed in summer or during Lent. It is mainly eaten cold with … Continue reading →
Book Review: Day of Honey – a Memoir of Food, Love and War by Annia Ciezadlo Book Review: Day of Honey – a Memoir of Food, Love and War by Annia Ciezadlo By Taste-Buds 06/10/13 19:24 While the book: Day of Honey, starts a little bit scattered, Annia Ciezadlo manages to bring it all together to an attractive memoir. It is divided in five parts the first starts in New York and speaks about her roots, … Continue reading →
Taro and Potatoes with Garlic, Lemon and Sumac Taro and Potatoes with Garlic, Lemon and Sumac By Taste-Buds 06/05/13 00:41 Taro is one of my favorite root vegetables. In Lebanon, there are many regional variations to cook it, for instance there is a recipe for taro and chickpeas stew that was a staple in my dad’s side of the family, … Continue reading →
Dawood Basha: Lebanese Meatballs in Tomato Sauce Dawood Basha: Lebanese Meatballs in Tomato Sauce By Taste-Buds 05/23/13 01:08 Lebanon has been ruled by the Ottomans for 400 years, same as many surrounding countries. While countries were considered Turkish provinces, Lebanon (known as Mount-Lebanon then) enjoyed a semi-autonomous condition, till fights erupted and the nation was...
My First Pizza Crust My First Pizza Crust By Taste-Buds 05/06/13 06:57 I have made pizzas before, as probably most people have. I don’t know if it is the same with everyone, but although pizza has made its way into my kitchen in several forms and many times, I have never gotten … Continue reading →
My First Pizza Crust Topped with Tomatoes, Asparagus and Broccoli My First Pizza Crust Topped with Tomatoes, Asparagus and Broccoli By Taste-Buds 05/06/13 06:57 I have made pizzas before, as probably most people have. I don’t know if it is the same with everyone, but although pizza has made its way into my kitchen in several forms and many times, I have never gotten … Continue reading →
Mini Meat Pies: Sfiha Mini Meat Pies: Sfiha By Taste-Buds 05/02/13 03:30 Clint had one of his potlucks at work again, this time it was to say goodbye to a colleague who was moving to another department. I am always excited to cook, especially when it entails sharing it with others. Cooking … Continue reading →
Potato, Broccoli and Cheese Soup: Recipe from 50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker Potato, Broccoli and Cheese Soup: Recipe from 50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker By Taste-Buds 04/10/13 23:45 In my previous post, I promised our readers a recipe from the book I reviewed (50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker by Lynn Alley). I chose to make the Potato, Broccoli and Cheese Soup since I had the ingredients … Continue reading →
Book Review: 50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker Book Review: 50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker By Taste-Buds 04/04/13 02:38 Here it is, my first book review. I will try to give as much information about the book I am sharing: 50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker by Lynn Alley. You can buy it used, like I did, for … Continue reading →
Carob Molasses Sfouf: An Eggless Lebanese Cake Carob Molasses Sfouf: An Eggless Lebanese Cake By Taste-Buds 03/27/13 02:10 Sfouf is a yellow cake by the addition of turmeric. It is commonly made during lent, as a dessert. It also is one of the easiest desserts to make all through the year. Carob Molasses Sfouf is the version that … Continue reading →
Spinach Quiche – An Altered Better Homes and Gardens Recipe Spinach Quiche – An Altered Better Homes and Gardens Recipe By Taste-Buds 03/06/13 06:59 The other day Clint and I teamed up to make a quiche for breakfast. He took care of the crust and I took care of the filling. The result was very delicious if I may say so myself. We got … Continue reading →
The Lebanese Take on Pizza: Mixed Man’oucheh The Lebanese Take on Pizza: Mixed Man’oucheh By Taste-Buds 02/19/13 00:55 It is amazing how the Mediterranean cuisine can be similar in many countries but never be the same. If the Italians can claim the pizza, the Lebanese can claim a similar concoction: the Man’oucheh. Typically eaten for breakfast, but if … Continue reading...
Homemade 0% Fat Frozen Yogurt Homemade 0% Fat Frozen Yogurt By Taste-Buds 02/13/13 22:50 Last week we had a trip to Yogurt Beach Shack and Clint had the Tart flavor, which is a plain frozen yogurt. That lead to wonder how hard is it to make a frozen yogurt at home? With the wonders … Continue reading →
The Liebster Blog Award The Liebster Blog Award By Taste-Buds 02/04/13 22:28 It is about time I publish this post. I don’t know how time slips away and I have been abandoning the blog a lot. I just get caught up in the day and I have not been going out of … Continue reading →
Walnut Katayef from Scratch Walnut Katayef from Scratch By Taste-Buds 12/06/12 09:05 Katayef and boiled wheat are the staples of St Barbara Day in Lebanon. I have written a post about the tradition already, but this time the difference is I am not in Lebanon anymore and I am trying to share … Continue reading →
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