RECIPES

How we eat and what we eat is foundational to who we are, it defines us. 

Words about food, c’mon! Ancient books are so full of knowledge it would take more than a lifetime to learn about all the wonderful things that grow on this blue ball we all live on.

I hope you’ll engage and together we can explore the infinite possibilities… all written down in the form of recipes.

RECIPES

Buttery Shortbread Cookies

from Grandma’s Cookies This is a popular type of shortbread cookie, formed into individual cookies rather than a cake cut into wedges. It makes wonderful

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Cottage Pudding

from Dinner on Mars I asked author Evan Fraser for his favourite recipe and he tells us, “All my fav recipes are old (e.g. from

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Damascus-Style Ouzi

from Bison Delights This recipe follows the method for making ouzi in Damascus, the oldest continuously inhabited city on earth today. The Byzantine Emperor Justinian

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French Onion Soup

from Diabetes Meals  French Onion Soup is ready in 15 minutes and is true comfort food. An even faster way to make this soup is

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RECIPES

Nasi Goreng

from What’s Written on the Tongue Nasi Goreng is a traditional Indonesian fried rice dish that’s considered a comfort food in southeast Asia. The egg

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Glazed Baked Ham

from Wartime Recipes In the 1940’s, as now, hams came both fully or partially cooked. Fully cooked hams need only be heated through, which takes

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