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Lamb & Bulgur Loaf
Bulgur and lamb are flavored with mint and cumin in a Middle Eastern twist on meatloaf.
Black Beans & Rice
For a quick weeknight supper, use canned black beans and omit Steps 1 and 2.
If you prefer, use lemon or orange zest and juice in place of the lime zest and juice.
The combination of green zucchini and yellow summer squash make attractive pickles.
Lemon Icebox Pie
Eating this pie is almost like eating frozen lemonade in graham-cracker crust.
Whole-Wheat Flax Bread
The bakers at King Arthur Flour came up with this super-high-fiber bread. Its nutty whole-grain taste and texture make...
Bursting with fresh vegetables, this classic Provencal stew is wonderful with eggs, pasta or grilled fish.
Save a place at your holiday table for this stunning whole-wheat bread braid.
Substitute orange or lemon juice for the lime juice if you wish.
Coeurs a la Creme
If you like cheesecake, try this traditional French dessert molded into heart shapes.
Triple-Rich Whole-Wheat Bread
In the 1930s, scientists at Cornell University developed a formula for improving the nutritive value of bread made with...
Amazing Pea Soup
Sometimes the peas in the garden outpace the picking or the supplies in the store aren't so fabulous. Here's...
Rustic Mushroom Tart
Don't let phyllo dough's fussy reputation put you off: our method of brushing olive oil and sprinkling...
The EatingWell Taco
Building the perfect taco is a very personal task—cheese under meat, cheese on top, no cheese at all? This is just our...
Lebanese Potato Salad
Dressed with a tangy lemon vinaigrette and fresh mint, this invigorating—and dairy-free—potato salad makes the perfect...
Toasting the pita adds crunch to this bright-tasting salad, and a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of ground sumac—...
Shish Kebab with Tahini Sauce
Roasted and grilled meats are ubiquitous throughout the Middle East. This marinade, infused with allspice and cinnamon...
If you have a large Middle Eastern population in your area, you might actually find squash called kusa (or cusa) or...