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A Brazilian Fish Stew Called Moqueca

Moqueca is a dish originating from the states of Bahia in the North- and Southeast of Brazil, one that has been cooked for more than three hundred years. This stew is traditionally cooked in a clay pan using ingredients like … Read more

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A Lovely Pot Of Home-Cooked Chicken Congee

I have always wondered how long congee hawkers take every morning to cook their pots of rice porridge. It must take a lot of time and patience to cook it – which means they would have to wake up in … Read more

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A Pot Of Spanish Paella Full Of Mussels

Spanish paella is the national dish of Spain, originating from the Valencian community in the country and popular among the Spanish beyond this community. Paella is a really flexible dish that combines saffron-cooked rice with many different types of ingredients, … Read more

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A Delightful Plate Of Lebanese Mujaddara (Lentils & Rice)

I had half a packet of green lentils that remained after I cooked the lentil soup from Frankfurt a couple of weeks ago. I did not like the idea of them sitting in the cupboard for the rest of the … Read more

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Deconstructed Red Yeast Chicken With Mee Sua

 My mum bought me a bottle of red yeast paste during my confinement period. It was meant to be used as a paste or marinade for cooking chickens with, supposedly a dish that could help with post-birth recovery (am not … Read more

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