Right Cuisine Food and Travel

June 6th, 2009

Lamb Kabobs

It’s grilling time again, which usually means the standard hot dogs, hamburger and chicken fare. However, if you’re looking for something different, try these delicious lamb kabobs…the hardest part is waiting on them to marinate!

lamb kabobs

Lamb Kabobs

Recipe for Lamb Kabobs

May 17th, 2009

Thai Noodles and Peanut Sauce

A bit spicy and very delicious, this thai noodles recipe is easy, light and healthy. It’s a nice meal with lots of flavor and can be served by itself or with other side dishes!

Thai Noodles with Peanut Sauce

Thai Noodles and Peanut Sauce

This is a nice change from the usual pasta dish and my kids love it. I always look at it as another way to get them to eat veggies! Serve this up with big fluffy rolls and a side dish of fresh summer fruit.

Recipe for Thai Noodles and Peanut Sauce

February 5th, 2009

Poor Man’s Lamb Stew (Mas-Bahat El Faara)

I really enjoy trying different stews and casseroles, especially the ones that allow the freedom to experiment and seasonings to taste. What works well for one family doesn’t always work for the next!


Poor Man’s Lamb Stew


As with most stews, many ingredients can be substituted or left out completely in the following. This is a hearty stew, and served with a warm bread of your choice,  it’s a real family pleaser!

Recipe for Poor Man’s Lamb Stew

January 13th, 2009

Lubee A Laham: Green Beans & Meat

I’ve always enjoyed various ethnic foods when dining out and if I really take a shine to it, make a point of learning to make it at home. My favorite foods (other than all things Southern) are Italian, Arabic, Chinese and some French dishes. Below is one of my family’s all time favorites. Filling, inexpensive, nutritious and delicious.

green beans meat

Lubee A Laham is a Lebanese dish that basically translates to green beans and meat. Here is the recipe.

Lubee A Laham Recipe