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Very flavorful soup, which has even more depth of flavor when made with +Saffron Road  #halal  broth. You can use chicken or vegetable for this dish.
 
Happy #MeatlessMonday!

We're in the mood for some veggie soup - Mexican Black Bean & Corn Soup that is, from Saffron Road friend +My Halal Kitchen:   http://goo.gl/iX9VBn

Do you participate in Meatless Monday?
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Good food and healthy eating goes hand in hand with taking care of your body- check out what the sisters from Nadoona have done to bring you fitness exercises on DVD- very exciting! Check out their FB page for updates. #workoutathome #nomoreexcuses #getfitstayfit #eathealthylivehealthy

https://www.facebook.com/NadoonaHealth
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Eid ul Adha is quickly approaching and I'm so happy to finally be able to offer these festive aprons, which I think turned out to be adorable! Kids and adult sizes available:

http://myhalalkitchen.com/shop/apron/eid-mubarak-aprons-2/
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Salaams and good Monday morning to you all! I'm so excited to finally be able to share all the pics and information on my recent trip to the Crescent Foods plant so you can get a peek at what's done to bring Halal poultry products to your table. It's so interesting! Follow this link for the whole story: http://myhalalkitchen.com/a-fascinating-glimpse-at-the-crescent-foods-plant-tour/
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Don't forget to share all your Eid foodie photos- I'll post them to this album- can't wait to see what you guys are all making!!

Share your Eid preparation, table spreads, dishes, desserts, potlucks and party photos here. I can't wait to see them all and share with the world!
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My Halal Kitchen readers are sharing their #Iftar and #Suhoor meal photos with us- share yours on our Faceobok page, via Twitter (@myhalalkitchen), Instagram (@myhalalkitchen) or right here on Google +. Tell me what the dish(es) are and from what ethnic cuisine as well as where you are located. How interesting it'll be to see what everyone's having! #GlobalRamadan   #Ramadan   #Ramadan2013   
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Simply Delicious. Simply Pure. Simply Halal- Recipes & more at www.myhalalkitchen.com
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Roasted Red Pepper Soup from Summer Ramadan Cooking, shared by Maria Ahmad on the day after she got the book!
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SURVEY GIVEAWAY: Here at Saffron Road, we're always looking for better ways to connect with our community. With that said, over the next few weeks, we will be asking for feedback from you, our fans! 

Question #1 - Have you been to our website? Let us know right here on our page if you've visited it and if so, what you thought and we'll randomly choose 2 winners to each win 2 free coupons. Open to US Residents only. Winners will be announced tomorrow at 4pm.
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Recipe for one dessert dish you just might want to take to someone's house on Eid (or just make it for yourself): http://myhalalkitchen.com/classic-tiramisu/
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Introduction
Welcome to all things related to halal cooking, eating, and of course the halal kitchen itself. I hope you will join me in sharing and exchanging delicious halal recipes for all seasons and all meals you can prepare any day of the week. 

Why the need for MyHalalKitchen.com?  To create a platform for readers (regardless of religious or ethnic background) where I would be able to showcase the tasty recipes I've learned to make or that others share with me, all of which are tested to ensure accuracy.  Additionally, it was created to share kitchen tips, stories about cooking, thoughts on food, information on what's happening in the food industry and where you can find all the same things I do to create my halal meals.

Over the last several years, I've tried fervently to educate myself on the source of food by-products so that I could avoid ingesting anything that's not halal, but also to enjoy my favorite traditional and ethnic foods, only now with halal (permissible) substitutions. For example, I've learned to master my own chicken Parmesan, beef tacos and veal stew because there isn't a halal restaurant I know of who will serve it up the way I'm used to eating it. I have also gathered a small collection of trusted companies and stores that offer not only halal products, but ones that are also healthy for us. This has proven to be a challenge when it comes to things like sausages or veal meat because not only are they rare fare finds at halal restaurants, but few grocers provide a good variety of raw and/or deli meats (without all those unhealthy ingredients) from which to buy and make the dishes myself. My journey has taken me on a mission to re-create our family favorites of Puerto Rican, Mexican, Sicilian and all other types of Mediterranean dishes, while avoiding as much pre-packaged and low quality food items as possible. I've also gained the desire to make more foods from scratch, simply because then I am guaranteed to know more about what it is that we're eating.

The result has been simply delicious, simply pure, simply... halalAs the site evolves to showcase more topics on halal food and home, I hope you will enjoy and benefit from it as much as I enjoy creating it for you.