Category Archive: Middle Eastern recipes

Warming, spicy, slow-cooked lamb stew

Slow cookers are truly amazing. The boeuf bourguignon I made years ago still makes my mouth water at the very thought, and I also have very fond memories of my sweet and savoury lamb… Continue reading

WoF 2015: Persiana feast, the mains

How did the Weekend of Food 2015 measure up to 2014 and 2013? It’s unfair to make a comparison, considering how much goodness was consumed at each of these events, but I think we are… Continue reading

WoF 2015: Persiana feast, the mezze

Ah, the Weekend of Food. It’s one of the highlights of my year, and 2015 was no different. You can read about our full weekend schedule here, but first, let’s get to the lowdown on… Continue reading

Weekend of Food Day 1: Light tapas dinner with home-made hummus (Jenius Social recipe)

The Weekend of Food 2014 (read more about the event here) was a resounding success, and it all started on Friday night with four of us tucking into a wide variety of ‘tapas’.… Continue reading

Spicy Vegetable Tagine with Ras El Hanout

This week has been absolute madness in the best way possible. I had a wonderful New Year’s Eve at my university friend’s house, and then suddenly all my closest uni friends showed up… Continue reading

Slow-cooked sweet and savoury lamb tagine

I recently had the good fortune of being gifted a slow cooker, but I hadn’t used it yet, as I felt that it would be more useful to make warming stews in the… Continue reading

Delicious home-made hummus

There are few feelings that rival the joy one gets when receiving a new kitchen gadget. Apart from the feeling when you use it for the first time. I have had this with… Continue reading

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