Whole Wheat Couscous Salad with Za’atar Roasted Eggplant

A Reblog | By: kabcphotography | In Tel Aviv, with 85 degree weather,  its hard to say that its Fall. As much as I love long summer days filled with the beach and watermelons, I truly miss the feeling of Autumn. I miss apple orchards and pumpkin patches and the scent of warm spices.

While patiently waiting for soup season to kick in, I’ve prepared a light, whole grain salad filled with mediterranean flavors.
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Piad’s Seafood Restaurant in Dumangas

By: Flavors of Iloilo | A Reblog | Famous for a row seafood restaurants dotting the coastline, a certain portion of the town of Dumangas is like a magnet to travelers as well as foodies who opt to enjoy seafood and homestyle Ilonggo cuisine at affordable prices. A few days ago, our Lamon-Lagaw group had our first out town lunch break (yup, we all went back to our respective works after) at Piad’s Seafood Restaurant in Dumangas. Traversing the Iloilo Coastal Road, it was around 30 minutes of smooth driving, scenic land and seascapes and almost zero traffic. At times, ours was the only vehicle on the road!
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Fresh Pineapple & Prawn Ceviche

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This is really cool we are reblogging this to ours: makeeatsimple.com

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Fish Sauce: An Ancient Roman Condiment Rises Again

by Deena Prichep | A Reblog via http://www.npr.org    >   Ava Gene’s, a Roman-inspired restaurant in Portland, Ore., incorporates colatura, a modern descendant of ancient Roman fish sauce, into several of its dishes.

Fish sauce — that funky, flavor-enhancing fermented condiment — is part of what gives Southeast Asian cooking its distinctive taste. But it turns out, this cornerstone of Eastern cooking actually has a long history on another continent: Europe. And it goes all the way back to the Roman Empire.
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