Your favorite recipe posts in 2015

Herblay, France / Barcelona, Spain / Vancouver, Canada

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Hello dear readers,

We started this blog two and a half years ago as a way to share recipes with one another and to connect through food, even though we’re a family that’s scattered across the globe. It’s been such good fun and we just love hearing from readers who try out our recipes! There’s something special about feeding others and we’re honored that so many have chosen to share our food with their friends and families.

2015 was a year of evolution for all of us. Hanin blossomed as a mother, Beth embraced a whole food plant-based diet, Emily started taking her professional future into her own hands and Mom has put herself out there as a budding children’s author. We’ll be lucky if 2016 is as good to us as this past year has been. In any case we hope you’ll stick with us, we have some changes planned (shhhh it’s a surprise!) and lots more drool-worthy recipes coming your way.

We’d like to kick off the new year by taking a minute to look back at the most popular posts in 2015. Enjoy 🙂

Thanks for your readership and support, we wish all of you a very happy new year with lots of food, fun and family.

xoxo

The Ladies

PS: Click on the photos to view the recipes!

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Mom’s popular posts

Fiesta fava

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Scallops with lemony zucchini spaghetti

Scallops on zucchini spaghetti

A dakos a day…

dakos recipe

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Emily’s popular posts

Palak paneer (may way – or rather our local Indian restaurant way)

Palak Paneer 2

Sweet Christmas Series: Cinnamon rolls

Cinnamon Rolls 2

Zaatar almond crackers

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Hanin’s popular posts

Yoghurt pasta – a week with Amani

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Amani’s mutabal

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Mohalabia – a week with Amani

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Beth’s popular posts

Vegan Mexican fiesta! Chickpea tacos with fresh avocado salsa and a side of rice & black beans

Chickpea tacos - vegan

Palourde clams with garlic and parsley butter

Palourde clams

Luscious vegan parsnip soup

Vegan parsnip soup - cover

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Most popular group post

Traditional Milos cheese pies – a local’s recipe for delicious Pitarakia

Frying the pies

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2 thoughts on “Your favorite recipe posts in 2015

  1. ALISON MARSHALL January 14, 2016 at 7:41 am Reply

    Lovely to be able to see what you are all doing and share some food with you. Happy new Year from the Marshalls in London. Just to put some perspective on it, Tom is now 18 and in Australia doing cricket things for a year before going off to University and believe it or not, Owen is 16 in February. Take care of yourselves. Alison xx

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