Posts Tagged ‘Mint’

Limonana (Middle Eastern Frozen Mint Lemonade)

Monday, October 14th, 2013

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It’s October. It may or may not be snowing profusely where you are. (Although I’m not there now, where I come from, it more than likely is snowing profusely!)

I realize that.

So what am I doing posting a frozen beverage? (more…)

Eggplant with Tomato Compote, Toasted Almonds, & Fresh Mint

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

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Normally as summer winds down I start to hoard summer vegetables.

Cucumbers get pickled, tomatoes get stewed (for beautiful things like creamy tomato soup in the middle of winter), and zucchinis get baked. (By the way, while I haven’t tried freezing the chocolate zucchini cake I linked to, I’ve found that in general, baked goods with zucchini freeze pretty well if wrapped tightly.)

With the weather being so different here in Kuwait than it is in New York, I’m not sure how long we’ll have access to fresh summer veggies. I guess I’ll wait and see!

Instead of hoarding summer’s bounty for later, I’m trying to make the most of it now with simple dishes like this that really celebrate the last of summer’s sweetness in vegetable form. (more…)

Smoky Lentils with Pomegranate + Mint

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

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In law school I had a friend who claimed that he had a real archenemy, superhero-style.

As in, Batman vs. The Joker or Superman vs. Lex Luther.

And he was serious. He said they’d glower at each other every time they had the misfortune of crossing each other’s path, each secretly plotting and scheming terrible things against the other. Not so much violent things, more like things to mind-manipulate or humiliate each other.

Bizarre? Maybe. But I’ll admit that law school tends to foster a little bit of bizarre the way a hot day fosters the desire for a cold beverage. Perhaps par for the course is a better way of putting it.

Anyway. (more…)

Ancho-Garlic Fish Tacos with Citrus-Mint Cabbage Slaw

Friday, May 10th, 2013

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This recipe was developed for #McCormickTacoNight and this post is sponsored by McCormick; as always, opinions are my own.

We all know it’s not polite to stare at people eating, but have you ever stolen a glance? Truthfully, it’s hard not to notice the way a person eats when they’re sitting next to or across from you; it’s interesting, and I think you can tell a lot about someone by the way they make and eat a plate of food. (more…)

Healthy Shamrock Shake {Mint-Flavored Smoothie}

Friday, March 15th, 2013

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I’ve never had a real Shamrock Shake, and by “real” I mean one from McDonald’s. Even though my shake is a knock-off, I’m guessing it has more real ingredients than the McDonald’s version…

A lover of all things mint, I decided to re-do the Shamrock Shake into a breakfast-worthy meal that’s perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, or any day you want a sweet but healthy start. (more…)

Individual Chocolate-Topped Mint Cheesecakes {Healthy Enough for Breakfast}

Monday, March 11th, 2013

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In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I have a quick and easy (naturally) green treat that’s healthy enough for breakfast. Because what’s more fun than green food for breakfast on St. Paddy’s Day?

I like to think eating green is as important as wearing green on St. Patrick’s. (more…)

Pink Grapefruit Supremes with Honey & Mint — Christmas Brunch

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

Living in what basically amounts to the tundra in the winter, I have to take winter’s perks as they come.  One of the things I look forward to most of all during these frigid months is the delicious citrus that is in season.  (Of course it’s shipped here from somewhere else, but at least we get to enjoy it, lol.)  This grapefruit salad is simply flavored but deliciously refreshing, and makes a perfect addition to Christmas Brunch. (more…)

Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Fluffy Mint Frosting

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

For the full recipe for Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Fluffy Mint Frosting, please see my post on All Through the Year Cheer.

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