Category Archive: Eat

Labaneh

Introducing the return of dairy to Free Kitchen! I have been experimenting with dairy for the past few years, and discovered that I can eat goat and sheep dairy, as well as butter… Continue reading

‘Ijjeh

Last week I got a new cast iron skillet as a gift from Gina and Erik, my newly married friends, as a thank-you for designing their wedding invitations. (I am an editor and… Continue reading

Roasted Eggplant Salad

  Roasted eggplant salad is pretty much just that. Cube some eggplants (I love eggplant skin, so I leave it on), onions, and red pepper (and maybe some zucchini or mushrooms) and place… Continue reading

Primal Chili

Primal chili. What does that mean? Really, it’s just good chili, but its ingredients just so happen to fit into eating in the Primal fashion, as I have been doing fairly strictly since… Continue reading

Chestnut Flour Crepes

I don’t remember ever having had crepes in my gluten-eating days, but I can imagine quite well what they taste like, having had American pancakes and Arab qatayef. But these are not the… Continue reading

Walnuts in Caramel

Here’s an easy, quick treat for the holidays, walnuts in caramel. First, I put about two cups of walnuts into a frying pan, though you can use any kind of nut. Then I… Continue reading

Fennel and Sausage Hash

Hash is a term that can bring up images of lumps of thrown together ingredients (such as strange, unhealthy oils and processed “meat products”), resulting in greasy, unsophisticated flavors. But it doesn’t have to… Continue reading

Roasted Figs and Grape Sauce

It’s late summer, when the intense heat has softened and darkness starts lingering on either side of daylight. It’s when summer reflects on itself before it disappears into the sunsets of autumn, remembering… Continue reading

Onions and Sumac

This post also appears on Gluten Free U.A.E as a part of a Ramadan 2012 series.   This little dish is part condiment and part salad. It is often served alongside grilled meats, providing a… Continue reading

Kifta

This post also appears on Gluten Free U.A.E as a part of a Ramadan 2012 series. Kifta (or kafta, kefta, kofta, or kufta, depending on your dialect and spelling preferences), is a basic Arab recipe… Continue reading