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Bombay Potatoes and Yogurt Chicken

Tikka Simmer Sauce Potatoes

  In the small town I live in there is one Indian restaurant and it’s on the verge of going out of business. It’s not the best, and certainly not the most authentic but they have a decent lunch buffet that includes as much naan as you can eat and I can’t pass that up. […]

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1940′s Morocco: World War Two

Moroccan King Mohamed 5

  If there was one decade I was looking forward to writing about it was this one. I’m sorry I missed it last week but I wanted to do it justice and just didn’t have the time.  The decade that Morocco entered the minds of most Americans was the 1940′s.  It’s surprising to be me […]

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Wordless Wednesday: Chicago

Chicago Skyline from the L

“I give you Chicago. It is not London and Harvard. It is not Paris and buttermilk. It is American in every chitling and sparerib. It is alive from snout to tail.” H. L. Mencken

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Turn Up the Simmer {Announcement}

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One of my favorite brands and products in the last year is Saffron Road Foods.  You have seem me do some reviews and share some recipe ideas on occasion and I hope that many of you have been able to try at least one of their halal, and ethically sound products. It is so exciting […]

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The Book of Jonas {Review}

    So first off a little apology for having review overload this week but I’ve got so may great things to share! Last month I read The Book of Jonas by Stephen Dau with the BlogHer book club. This was Dau’s first novel and I was drawn to it initially because of the setting. […]

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Packing and a Fresh Produce {Review}

Free Produce Skirt

  I’ve shared a packing post in the past but it was when I was packing five suitcases for my three guys to live out of for nearly two months.  Packing for a weekend trip is a whole lot easier!  It seems that no matter where we are going or how early I start to […]

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