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Web Chef Review: Epicureal Piri Piri Chillies
Jun04

Web Chef Review: Epicureal Piri Piri Chillies

These Epicureal Piri Piri Chillies are actual tiny dried chillies, also referred to as African Bird’s Eye Chillies. They contain some serious heat, so one must be conservatively cautious when using them and incorporating them into your dishes. Believe me, they are very, very hot. The Portuguese brought these chillies to Africa, where it now grows wild & domestically, thriving in Africa’s hot climate and has become an...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Papua New Guinea Arabica Coffee
Jun03

Web Chef Review: Clipper Papua New Guinea Arabica Coffee

Ever tried Clipper Papua New Guinea Arabica Coffee? This rich-roast Arabica coffee is a tasty instant coffee that just requires a scant teaspoon in a cup of boiling hot water, give it a stir and there you are. Arabica coffee is originally indigenous to the Southwestern highlands in the mountains of Ethiopia. However, these particular beans are from Papua, New Guinea. When you open the jar and release the vacuum, the fragrance just...

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How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Rooibos Tea
May14

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Rooibos Tea

When you’re looking for a non-caffeinated alternative to black tea, Rooibos is the way to go. Rooibos is actually a black tea from South Africa that is naturally non-caffeinated, and it has less tannins in it than black tea does, so it doesn’t stain your teeth in the same way black teas do. Rooibos literally translated means “red bush” and it’s a plant that is broom-like, and in the legume family, believe...

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How to Bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the Bread Machine
Jan29

How to Bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the Bread Machine

Want to learn something new? Learn how to bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the bread machine! This bread is a delicious, spiced homemade bread as an accompaniment to soups and stews. Try this bread recipe with my Moroccan Chickpea Soup – it’s perfect! Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Softened butter or olive oil, and Moroccan Chickpea Soup Prep Time: 7 min Cook Time: 2 hrs 35 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 3/4 cup tea or water...

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How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup
Jan29

How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup

Today, I wanted to share with you How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup! I had the craving for chick peas today and decided to do something different with them than making my hummus recipe! Chickpea stew is on order today, as it is snowing outside and because I love to eat soup any day! Lentils can sometimes be substituted or used in addition to the chickpeas. Moroccan spices are filling the household right now, and we all can’t...

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How to Make Kimberly’s Masala Chai Tea from Scratch
Apr20

How to Make Kimberly’s Masala Chai Tea from Scratch

Ever experienced Kimberly’s Masala Chai Tea from Scratch? You must… I love chai tea and have recently gotten bored with the Starbucks blend, and no other chai tea from the store in bags or loose-leaf has really excited me. So, I have finally tweaked my ideas until I found what it is that I like…Here it is! Kimberly’s Masala Chai Tea from Scratch: It is unnecessary to say the word “tea” afterwards...

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How to Bake Kimberly’s World Premier Tabbouleh Bread

I love tabbouleh and happened to make a ton of it last night. I was about to bake some fresh bread and got a bright idea…Tabbouleh Bread! Amazing stuff… ~ Kimberly Edwards ;D Type: Bread Serve With: An amazing Vegetable Soup or Stew Prep Time: 5 min Cook Time: 2 hrs 35 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Combine all ingredients in the bread machine reservoir. 2. Turn on the machine to the Dark cycle, if you...

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