This chicken, walnut & pomegranate stew recipe comes from the fabulous new cookbook, Persiana: Recipes from the Middle East & Beyond, by Sabrina Ghayour.
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If you love Mediterranean cuisine, this salad will knock your spicy Greek socks off!
A satisfying dish of creamy, buttery, beans with lively Mediterranean flavors is bound to add a ray of sunshine to your winter fare. This dish combines a traditional Greek bean with Italian salsa verde made with lots of fresh parsley- in season now.
Don’t neglect these standard Mediterranean ingredients for adding sunshine to your meals. They’re readily available during the chilly months of winter, and you can mix and match for lots of tasty meals to add to your menu.
I’m a sucker for a good soup and now that the weather will be cooling down, I’m so excited to break out my favorite soup recipes again. A great one that can actually do well year round is a hearty chicken noodle. The great American comfort food, the soup that makes it all better when your sick or just an all around great meal, I love playing with the original to jazz it up every now and again. This one is full of vitamins, minerals, plant-based protein and just some serious goodness! Plus, it’s simple, fast and if you make a large batch, it’s easily freezable to enjoy later.
In the midst of your busy world – getting the kids to school, keeping the house organized, making sure your job and finances are secure – wouldn’t you like to take a Mediterranean vacation? Well, financially speaking most of us probably could not afford a luxury like that. Maybe we could look at this from […]
The Mediterranean diet is not only good for its more well-known reasons — protecting against heart disease and cancer. According to a new study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, the Mediterranean diet, rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, nuts, and fish, may decrease risk of depression.
This week, I made a decision to incorporate more raw foods into my diet. My new goal is to eat at least one raw meal a day, and to transform my kitchen into an entirely raw one. I’ll be documenting the steps I’m talking, and go further into the reasons why in my next several […]