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    Baba Ghanouj, Curried chicken livers with Cauliflower and Avocado appetizer

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    That looks and sounds great. Thanks for the recipes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    That looks and sounds great. Thanks for the recipes!
    thank you hope you get to try it soon let me know....

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    omg it looks amazing! thanks for posting recipes using ingredients i can actually find around here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by olivetree View Post
    omg it looks amazing! thanks for posting recipes using ingredients i can actually find around here!!!
    Thanks, this was one of the most flavorful things I made this far being on paleo. You should check out my blog, http://paleomiddleeastern.blog.com/ I do mostly Middle Eastern food gone paleo take care

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    What is ghee spice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaReina View Post
    What is ghee spice?
    Ghee is the arabic word for clarified butter. Ghee spices are often found in Middle eastern grocery stores and used to flavor clarified butter. They give the meat great flavor but I don't like using clarifed butter too much, so this is a great way to get the flavor. hope this helps, if you have anymore questions let me know.

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    Cool. I'm familiar with ghee -- in fact I'll probably be making some more this weekend -- but didn't know about the spices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaReina View Post
    Cool. I'm familiar with ghee -- in fact I'll probably be making some more this weekend -- but didn't know about the spices.
    No problem, I didn't know about the spices until I learned how to make clarified butter at home with my mom, pretty cool stuff, Ihave to say

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    Bookmarked, and forwarded to a friend. Can't wait to make some baba ghanouj!

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