Hello, and a loaf of bread

No Knead Bread

What more does one need, really? I’m here to say hello and that I know it’s been some time. I’m swamped finishing my dissertation. But  I’m also here to tell you I baked Jim Lahey’s famous No Knead Bread (not sure why I waited so long, as I make his no knead pizza dough weekly)… 

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Sabzi Questionnaire: Amelia Morris

Sabzi Questionnaire: Amelia Morris

I promised you more Amelia Morris goodness on Sabzi and here it is. When I first dreamed up Sabzi, I knew I wanted to have an interview feature and before I even had a blog, I knew I wanted to interview Amelia. After reading her book, I wanted to interview her even more! So without… 

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BOOK REVIEW: BON APPÉTEMPT: A COMING OF AGE STORY

BonAppetempt

I can’t tell you how pleased I was to get a package in the mail from Amelia Morris of Bon Appétempt. Amelia was kind enough to send me a gift of her new book, Bon Appétempt: A Coming of Age Story (with Recipes) and a tote bag (as my Mom has infamously said about my… 

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Sabzi Questionnaire: Noelle from xo breakfast

kouignamann2

It’s been quite awhile since the last edition of the Sabzi Questionnaire. I’m pleased to introduce Noelle who writes the beautiful blog xo breakfast. I’ve been following her for a long time, so even though I have been racking my brain, I can’t remember how I first stumbled upon the blog. One of my favorite… 

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GUEST POST: BLACK-EYED PEAS

Guest Post: Black-eyed peas

I am so excited to present the second Sabzi guest post. I first became aware of Tannaz’ blog, all kinds of yum, through Amelia. As usual, I wanted to read more and more. I instantly became hooked on Tannaz’ charming and honest posts, and her focus on Jewish Iranian culinary traditions. I became a regular… 

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GUEST POST: Pan-Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Apple Cider Syrup

Pork tenderloin

This is the first ever guest post on Sabzi and I’m so excited that it is written by my dear friend, Annie Chabel. We met back in 2005, through our friend Emily O’Sullivan (another fabulous lady) when we were living in Montreal. We didn’t really know each other too well but then reconnected a few… 

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