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    Chicken Teriyaki with Shiitake Mushrooms

    Teriyaki is a Japanese cooking technique involving grilling a piece of meat with a sweet glaze. A very popular street food in Japan it is now commonly available on menus across the world.

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  • Herbed Chicken in Mushroom Sauce

    A deeply savory and comforting dish, this recipe will woo your guests. Mustard, Brandy and Fresh Thyme are cooked in a chicken broth and elevated with a drizzle of light cream. Serve along some fresh Baguette, you will  need it to wipe the delicious sauce off your plate.

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  • Tagliatelle Bolognese Ragù with Vegetables and Pancetta

    In 1982 the Italian Academy of Cuisine (Accademia Italiana della Cucina), an organization dedicated to preserving the culinary heritage of Italy, recorded and deposited a recipe for “classic Bolognese ragù” with the Bologna Chamber of Commerce. The academy’s version is presented here.

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  • Provence Artichokes & Baladiyeh Salad

    A refreshing and creative salad brought to you by Rodolphe Zaarour. The Artichokes and wild Zaatar combination will tickle taste buds. To be enjoyed as both, a side serving or a main meal. 

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  • Mongolian Beef

    Mongolian Beef is an Asian-American dish that has nothing in common with traditional Mongolian Cuisine. Just as The Mongolian Barbecue has nothing to do with the region’s cuisine. This dish is sought to have been created by Korean immigrants into the US.

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  • Fresh Tomatoes, White Wine & Shrimp Linguini

    A very savory Shrimp Pasta that can be cooked within 25 minutes. Simple but high quality ingredients come together in this tasty dish and a good glass of White Wine accompanies it at best.

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    Hearty Lentil Soup

    Did you know the ancient Greeks were lovers of Lentil soup, as attested to by a comment by Aristophanes: “You, who dare insult lentil soup, sweetest of delicacies.”[1] Lentil soup is Also mentioned in the Bible: In Genesis 25:30-34

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  • Tenderloin Steak & Creamy Green Peppercorn sauce (Poivre Vert)

    A Classic, quick and easy Peppercorn Sauce to accompany your Tenderloin Steak and soak up your Matchstick Potatoes with.

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  • Kids Meal Zaatar Breakfast Buns

    These and Gluten, Wheat-Free Buns are a delight and a whole Meal Breakfast for kids and adults. Served right out of the Oven, they are crunchy and the Zaatar / Parmesan Blend takes this Experience to a whole new level. Enjoy with Tomatoes and Cucumbers.

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  • Immunity Booster Pumpkin Soup

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