Posts Tagged 'World Hearth Recipe Collection'

Chorba Hamra

After seeing I would receive an extra helping of zucchini, I searched for recipes with…zucchini. And while this Algerian recipe wasn’t centered around the zucchini, it was still awesome, and I used two zucchinis instead of one. I also left out the celery, used canned crushed tomatoes instead of tomatoes mashed, capellini instead of vermicelli (Gristedes was out?), a yam in addition to a potato, and 4 cups of vegetable broth instead of 6. Oh, and I forgot to buy more coriander.

I had also considered taking pictures of my cooking every minute, and then turning it into a video. I didn’t. Maybe some other time, my friends.

my cooking space! zucchini on the cutting board! welcome to my home.

my cooking space! zucchini on the cutting board! welcome to my home.

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Carmelized White Fish

The recipe I made this week is from the World Hearth Circle of International Cooking as a Cambodian dish. I used tilapia, but I didn’t use pork. I also used significantly less portions, so my cooking time was much shorter. A great, tasty meal that I wish I had more of.

scallions! how tasty and colorful.

scallions! how tasty and colorful.

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