Brunch, Chicken, Eggs, Entree, Pasta, Recipes

Jerusalemite Hamin – Overnight Chicken and Pasta Dish

“Hamin” is a dish that came to be in order to solve a religious practice. The Jewish laws of observing the Sabbath, the day of rest, forbid cooking during this day. In order to still have a warm meal during Shabbat, the solution was simple: place the food in the oven on Friday evening, and let it cook slowly overnight on very low heat, until needed. Continue reading “Jerusalemite Hamin – Overnight Chicken and Pasta Dish”

Food, lamb, Recipes, Rice

Lamb with Onions, Parsley, Tomatoes and Golden Raisins

Winter is still with us, and I was planning on yet another stew, this time of lamb. However, as the weather was not as chilly, and as lamb is quite heavy in itself, I wanted a lighter stew with lighter ingredients in it. Continue reading “Lamb with Onions, Parsley, Tomatoes and Golden Raisins”

appetizer, Brunch, Recipes, Vegetables

Grape Leaves Stuffed with Rice and Herbs

Stuffed grape leaves are known all over the Mediterranean, where they are mostly stuffed with rice and herbs, and in the Middle East, where a meat filling is more common. Continue reading “Grape Leaves Stuffed with Rice and Herbs”