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  • Kabsa Bil-Lahm from bad_company in Tucson, AZ.
    This is Arabian Kabsa with meat, either beef or lamb. I was shown this recipe by a friend while I was travelling in Saudi and I h...
  • Arabian Coffee from bad_company in Tucson, AZ.
    The Arabian word for coffee is Qahwah. Some areas of Saudi also add ginger or cannamon....
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  • danadooley 6 years ago about Kabsa Bil-Lahm
    Love lamb and love it simple. This sounds like it will turn out well. Definitely worth a try. Thanks for sharing.
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  • danadooley 6 years ago about Arabian Coffee
    How terribly exotic! I love the marinade idea too. Thanks for sharing.
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  • moroccanlady 6 years ago about Kabsa Bil-Lahm
    The Kabsah is all about the baharaat(kabsah spices) and the DRIED lemon. i mean the dried lemon is very important for the desired flavour.
    big north american cities, (i am in canada) all have Halal stores. go there and ask for "laymoun nashif or Loomi" (dried lemon)
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  • legoflamb 6 years ago
    Hey Bad, I went to school in Sarasota, Florida in the early 90's, and then again in San Francisco. Now my wife is going back to school here in NYC. She is real busy so I do most of the cookin' around here.
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  • hollymayb 6 years ago about Kabsa Bil-Lahm
    Always looking for recipes using cardamom! Thanks!
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  • hollymayb 6 years ago about Arabian Coffee
    I love coffee and look forward to trying this! Is it best black or can you add cream and/or sugar?
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  • legoflamb 6 years ago
    Hi Bad, welcome to the tasty-est site on the net. Thanks for your comment on my cold remedy. Rye is an other level altogether. You must have a tough constitution. You look a lot one of my old roomates. You didn't happen to go to school in Florida did you?
    Keep Cookin'
    --Joe
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  • httpmom 6 years ago
    Hi Bad,
    I was in Japan for about 6 months on a special art exchange program. It was a dream come true for me...mostly I was in Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, and way out in the sticks. My parents in law lived in Tokyo for 3 years. As for Saudi...my dad was based in Riyahd, where he and my mom lived on an American compound. My mom hated it so much she came home.
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  • kitchen_fantasy 6 years ago
    thats awsome,i am glad you like it.
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  • cristi35 6 years ago
    Welcome to the group! Im glad you liked the recipe, it is usually made with lamb but i dont usually have it in my freezer so i used chicken instead! I made some preserved lemons about 2 weeks ago and i am going to try and make some with that real soon as well. Sounds like you have tried ALOT of things in your travels. Hedonism in Saudi, now that is one i have never heard, haha!
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  • kitchen_fantasy 6 years ago
    sure anyone welcome, asked anytime about indonesian food, i would be gladly to answer, btw what is your fave indonesian food?
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  • caramia 6 years ago
    No problem bad sometimes I get a little dingy and forget to put in all the info,Thanks for drawing my attention to it :)

    Cara
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  • rml 6 years ago
    Anything salty has to be good
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  • rml 6 years ago
    I'm planning on "trying" potato chips on my next tuna salad sandwich. I've never heard of it. Very interesting! Should I use plain or ridged?
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  • magali777 6 years ago
    I sure will, thanks bad_company!
    Magali
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