Cherry the love

Cherry the love

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Cherry is downright the greatest part of the summer. It’s plump, it’s juicy, it’s sweet – if you buy sweet cherry, of course, because there is a sour cherry out there that just happens to bear the same name, but, from a culinary standpoint, it’s totally not a memory you would like to cherish for a long time (pun intended).

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Wholemeal tabbouleh with seasonal vegetables

Wholemeal tabbouleh with seasonal vegetables

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Summer is here and its time to enjoy the long summer days, evening walks, and outdoor dining with friends and many more! This season brings us together and encourages us to …

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Not just an out-of-hand thing

Not just an out-of-hand thing

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Many palms are cultivated for their fruits. The phoenix type is no exception. Its genus contains more than 12 different species of wild date palms that are used in commercial production.

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Cherry taler with crumbles

Cherry taler with crumbles

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Today we bake something delicious: cherry taler with crumbles! A simple trick to better pit the cherries is to put them in the freezer for a few minutes beforehand.

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Eggplauberginjal

Eggplauberginjal

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It’s eggplant, if you are from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, aubergine, if you live in the UK, or brinjal, if you happen to reside in South Africa or Asia.

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Fine Poke Bowl

Fine Poke Bowl

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The Poke Bowls – fish dishes – originally come from Hawaii. We have a fine recipe with salmon, paprika, cucumber, carrots, mango and edamame for you.

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