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dailydelicious: Key Lime Pie

We have a lot of key limes from our garden. Actually, I didn’t know that we have key lime, haha, until I squeezed it to make the lime juice. It’s less sour than lime and had a sweet fragrance.  After I asked my brother and he said that it’s a key lime ^^. So, I […]

Most Expensive Food, Videos

10 Most Expensive Foods In The World

  While a vada pav for ten dollars or a hearty South Indian thali for thirty dollars are both delicious, wealthy foodies around the world are spending exorbitant sums of money on food for once-in-a-lifetime dining experiences. They aren’t encrusted with 24-karat gold leaves, either. So, what is it about these delicacies that makes them […]

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Extra-Moist Banana Bread with Greek Yogurt, Chocolate Chips and Walnuts

Super soft and extra moist banana bread made using just ONE bowlLoaded with chocolate chips and crunchy walnuts This banana bread is all you could ever ask in a banana bread. And the one recipe you’ll ever need when you have some leftover spotty brown bananas on the counter.  It’s super soft and extra moist.  […]

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Creamy Pasta with Butternut Squash and Mascarpone Cheese

 A delicious combination of sweet butternut squash, creamy mascarpone cheese and sage infused butter sauce Fall season, here we come! Here is my very first fall-inspired squash Italian recipe of the year. And it’s a good one. This scrumptious vegetarian pasta is a well balanced and satisfying meal which I’m sure will become one of […]

Egyptian Recipes, Travel

Top 12 Traditional Egyptian Dishes

Many travelers’ bucket lists are likely to include Egypt. Aside from the country’s historic history, beautiful beaches, and scuba diving, traditional Egyptian cuisine is another reason to visit. Egypt’s cuisine is what it is now because of its ancient past, with each culture putting its stamp on the creation of foods. Gathering and celebrating with […]


dailydelicious: Scottish shortbread Cookies

You don’t need many or special ingredients for making delicious shortbread. And for me, this simple cookie is special. Because it’s one of the recipes that I really wanted to make.  I made (and posted) so many shortbread recipes, but I still wanted to make it, esp. the Scottish shortbread that looks like the one […]

Jordanian Recipes, Travel

10 Must Eat Foods in Jordan

Jordan is a country that is rich in culture and heritage, and where cultures meet, great food is bound to be found. We have compiled a list of the top 10 traditional foods a visitor to Jordan should try, ranging from home made specialties, street foods, and popular favorites for locals. Wondering what to eat […]


Dawn’s Recipes: Rosemary Bread

This delicious bread recipe comes from Chris at the blog The Cafe Sucre Farine.  I LOVE her blog, yummy recipes that are easy to follow and always turn out.  She calls this bread, Ridiculously Easy Rosemary Bread because it only takes 5 minutes to prep and then after an 8 hour rise (or overnight, up to 12 […]

Diet and Health

Top 11 Health Benefits of Turmeric

Help or Hype? This bright yellow-orange spice, which is related to ginger, is widely used in Indian, Southeast Asian, and Middle Eastern cuisines. It’s also been used as medicine for ages in locations like India to cure concerns like breathing problems. Turmeric has recently been promoted as a superfood that can help with cancer prevention, […]