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  Many people try to invent the recipe of falafel without knowing how easy it is to make the true original Middle Eastern falafel. 2 LB bag of dry garbanzo beans soaked overnight in cold water.6 cups of flat leaves parsley2 TBS salt1 TBS Black Pepper1 TBS Coriander Powder1 TBS Cumin Powder1 TBS Baking Powder5 cups of vegetable oil for frying...more

Teriyaki Chicken

Cranberry, Pomegranate, spiced sugar free muffins

    Talk about gorgeous looking Muffins and they taste scrumptious….. I was surprised they are not sour at all with the use of the Cranberry and the Pomegranate juice, this one is a keeper. ...more

I need my morning Cuppa

Do you need coffee in the morning to get going? Me too!...more
hahaha I need a pot. lolmore

Top 5 Best and Worst Candies for Halloween

I think I’ve just about aged out of the period in my life where I’m deciding what I have to be for Halloween and, instead, am deciding how close to Halloween it’s appropriate to start buying candy in bulk “for the kids who might come to our door to trick or treat.”   Also, the other day some co-workers started laying down bets that I won’t be able to “say no to free food and/or candy” three months or less prior to my wedding, as I said I would.  At first I was offended and then I was quietly proud that I’m known for something...more

Sesame-Soy Noodle Stir Fry

The sesame-soy noodle is an amazing dish that packs a ton of delightful of flavorful ingredients into one skillet. First, simply stir fry a tasty combination of vegetables for a few minutes just tender. Next, combine the vegetables with the gluten free noodles and the delectable sesame-soy sauce. Finally, the finishing touch is a delicious egg on top. There’s need to worry about getting another pan dirty though, the egg is baked right on top of the noodles and vegetables in the oven. It doesn’t get much easier than that! ...more

Decoding The Day of the Dead

Dia de los Muertos, or The Day of the Dead, is not about death… it’s about celebrating life and welcoming back the spirits of the dearly departed.That’s the best way to explain this event that originated in Mexico and Central America with the Aztecs more than 3000 years ago and is now celebrated November 1 and 2.If you’re dying (had to say it) to learn how you can commemorate the life of someone you love in this Latino tradition, read on…...more