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What is Kosher? Jewish Dietary Rules for Making Safta-Approved Passover Recipes

It’s a special time of year for members of the Jewish community: time for Passover. Passover is a major Jewish holiday that calls for both somber reflection and celebration, during which families come together for lengthy dinners called seders. 


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3 Quick And Easy Spanish Recipes for Your Summer Party
Summer Solstice Recipes: Skip the Scandinavian Food & Make These Easy Spanish Recipes

The summer entertaining season is fast approaching – think pool parties, barbecues, backyard picnics and, of course, summer solstice! Among the easiest and tastiest ways to kick of your celebrations is with Spanish pinchos (aka snacks).


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Cooking Outside the Box: Homemade Raspberry Oat Bars

This recipe was born out of a conversation I had with a friend of mine, a mom. She asked for recipes and ideas for her kids’ lunch boxes. And this is a conversation we’ve all had. 


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#Meatless Meals: Make This Lentil Loaf Tonight

Say adios to meatloaf. After seeing this recipe, you’ll never crave it again. This faux loaf is savory, hearty, surprising, and… meatless. That’s right. Meat-free. 


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East Meets West in the Delicioso Nikkei Cuisine: Japanese Food the South American Way

East Meets West. It’s not a new concept: the idea is popular in film


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Tea Time: Semitas Scones

These scone-like breads are a specialty of a small town called Bustamante, in Nuevo León, Mexico.


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Mexican Casserole Recipe: Chayote, Poblano, & Leek Gratin, Oh My!

“What am I going to make for supper?” That is a question I ask myself fairly often. I don't like to be stuck in the ever-repeating cycle of making the same things all the time, so I'm always trying to come up with new and different recipes to make at home.


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Dream Stay: JW Marriott El Convento Cusco

Oh, how we wish we could lay our weary heads here: Check out the jaw droppingly-gorgeous JW Marriott El 


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Carne en Su Jugo Recipe (aka The Best Mexican Soup You Ever Had)

This dish is a specialty of Guadalajara, Jalisco. When you think of it, it has the least imaginative name on the planet, but the dish itself is heavenly. Tender meat strips, simmered in brothy salsa are served alongside whole beans in their broth, makes the combination a delicious kind of soup.


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The Un-Pie: Sweet Potato Pudding

Confession: I love sweet potatoes yearround and I’m always looking for different ways of using them (so my lunch or dinner repertoire does not become too repetitive). And sweet potatoes are very good for us, and they are highly satisfying, that’s why I love to include them in my diet.


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