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Recipe for Mediterranean Style Lamb Chops Recipe for Mediterranean Style Lamb Chops
In this episode, Chef Amanda Nahas shows us how to make Mediterranean Style Lamb Chops.
7:54
By: DailyConnection
Delicious Hanukkah Cheese Dip Delicious Hanukkah Cheese Dip
Food editor Sheilah Kaufman demonstrates how to make delicious Hanukkah Cheese Dip.
1:04
By: MonkeySee.com - Holidays
Tips for Traditional Challah Bread Tips for Traditional Challah Bread
Sheilah Kaufman shares her tips for making traditional Challah bread.
2:04
By: MonkeySee.com - Food
Noah's Pudding Recipe Noah's Pudding Recipe
In this episode, Ismail Acar and Sila Asa show us a great recipe for Noah's Pudding which is a Turkish dish for the festival of Ashura.
9:59
By: DailyConnection
How to Make Patatas Bravas How to Make Patatas Bravas
Chef Maximo shows your a great recipe to make patatas bravas.
3:47
By: GeoBeats
Turkish Cauliflower Recipe Turkish Cauliflower Recipe
In this episode, Chef Amanda shows how to make a classic Turkish dish, Karnibahar Kizartmasi.
10:02
By: DailyConnection
How to Make a Noodle Kugel How to Make a Noodle Kugel
People of any faith can prepare this fantastic traditional Jewish noodle dish.
2:26
By: Howcast Studio
How to Prepare Middle Eastern Coffee How to Prepare Middle Eastern Coffee
Enjoyed throughout the Middle East, Arabic coffee is deliciously rich, and easy to make at home.
1:59
By: Howcast Studio
How to Bake Challah Bread How to Bake Challah Bread
Making this braided egg bread from scratch is worth the effort.
2:17
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Flatbread How to Make Flatbread
Flatbreads are delicious, versatile alternatives to plain old sliced bread, and you can make them yourself.
1:47
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Hanukkah Chocolate Coin Cookies How to Make Hanukkah Chocolate Coin Cookies
Celebrate the Festival of Lights by making your own chocolate coin cookies with this recipe.
2:00
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Hanukkah Jelly Doughnuts How to Make Hanukkah Jelly Doughnuts
Jelly doughnuts, also known as sufganiyot, are a traditional Hanukkah dessert. You can enjoy making them as a treat anytime.
2:46
By: Howcast Studio
Moroccan Ramadan Recipes Moroccan Ramadan Recipes
Celebrate Ramadan Moroccan style with a traditional soup and bread menu.
2:34
By: Howcast Studio
Passover-Friendly Desserts Passover-Friendly Desserts
There are plenty of tasty treats you can make without flour or yeast; you just have to be creative.
1:49
By: Howcast Studio
Popular Rosh Hashanah Recipes Popular Rosh Hashanah Recipes
Rosh Hashanah is known as the Jewish New Year, a holiday marked by reflection, charity, and repentance. Food is an integral part of the holiday and is used to symbolize the hope for a sweet, fruitful new year.
3:01
By: Howcast Studio
Popular Ramadan Recipes Popular Ramadan Recipes
Celebrate the Muslim holiday of Ramadan by cooking some delicious food that is easy to make.
2:51
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Tahini How to Make Tahini
Add a Middle Eastern flair to your next party by spreading tahini paste on bread or serving tahini sauce with pita wedges. These tasty sesame sides can be made at home in just a few steps.
2:01
By: Howcast Studio
Tzatziki Recipe Tzatziki Recipe
Although tzatiki is traditionally a Greek appetizer and sauce, it is very versatile and can compliment a variety of foods, and can even be used as a topping for burgers and sandwiches.
1:53
By: Howcast Studio
How to Make Your Own Matzah How to Make Your Own Matzah
Prepare homemade unleavened bread for your Passover celebration with this simple recipe.
1:40
By: Howcast Studio
How to Prepare a Traditional Greek Easter Meal How to Prepare a Traditional Greek Easter Meal
In Greece, the Easter holiday celebration is bigger than Christmas. Lamb is the typical main course of a Greek Easter menu.
3:47
By: Howcast Studio
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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