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Jill Nammar
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A Collection of Recipes Designed to Inspire the Inner Cook in All of Us.
A Collection of Recipes Designed to Inspire the Inner Cook in All of Us.

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Strawberry Mango Salsa With Thai Flavors
This is a salsa that I prepared on Martha's Vineyard with two ripe mangoes, some Thai basil, a squeeze of fresh lime, a chili pepper for heat, a few strawberries for sweet, a red pepper for crunch. It's a tropical, refreshing salsa for a piece of locally ca...

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French Twist Cran-Raspberry Sauce
I live in New England where cranberries are plentiful and ruby red.  This is a French twist on Thanksgiving cranberry sauce. It's tart and tangy, thick and glossy.  I live in New England where cranberries are plentiful and ruby red.  This is a French twist ...

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Fresh Pea Soup with Thai Flavors
I make a lot of fresh pea soups using humble frozen petite peas. I've done other Thai pea soups on this blog. They're economical, fast, easy and just great to keep in your freezer for spur of the moment meals. This is a good recipe to have around the holida...

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French Vanilla Pear Muffins
I love making muffins. Simple ingredients are mixed with fruit and in less than thirty minutes home-baked-happiness-happens.     These vanilla pear muffins are a delicious riff on a great recipe I found on allrecipes website. Instead of yogurt, I use creme ...

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Buttermilk Berry Muffins
I love muffins!  I love making them because they're quick and easy.  I love eating them warm with an extra hot cup of coffee in the morning or in the afternoon with a cup of tea. I keep a steady supply in my freezer to pop in the microwave for a quick, week...

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Lemon Scallion Couscous Cakes
These lemony couscous cakes get their moisture and flavor from lots of scallions, the larger the better. If you can only find small scallions then just use more of them. I like to serve these cakes with my  Moroccan Eggplant Tagine  (the link takes you to m...

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Moroccan Chickpea Tagine
Moroccan tagines are beautifully fragrant stews made with key spices and whispers of saffron. The French are very fond of them. I make a lot of tagines, like this  Eggplant Tagine  (posted on my Sew French  embroidery blog) . To my delight, a French woman o...

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I'm Back with a New Fresh Pea Soup Recipe!
Hello Everyone! I'm back to posting recipes here. I created a wordpress blog called Vintage Kitchen . But Jilly Inspired still remains the most popular. So I've cleaned this blog up to make it clearer and more user friendly. I did away with the ads, decidin...

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Persian Yogurt Cake with Fresh Raspberries and Dark Chocolate
You'll Need: 2 cups plain flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda 3 small pinches of sea salt. I used a flaky sea salt like fleur de sel. 1 cup of my vanilla sugar or regular white sugar 2 large eggs at room temperature 3 ounces of l...
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