Lebanese recipes, including the dip that will make you forget about hummus

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By Jay Hajj May 19, 2017
Ken Goodman
Braised chicken with 50 cloves of garlic. Recipes excerpted from “Beirut to Boston” by Jay Hajj, Page Street Publishing. Jay Hajj is the owner of Mike’s City Diner in Boston’s South End, recognized as one of the best diners in the country.

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Sweet treats for Mother’s Day: Pastry chef credits her single mom for passing on strength, courage

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“My mom is my hero,” pastry chef and author Renée Kohlman says. Kohlman’s father passed away a month before her seventh birthday. Her family was living on a farm near the Alberta-Saskatchewan border when her mother, not yet 30, was left to raise four children. “She just held it together. I can’t imagine what she must have gone through at the time… she must have been terrified,” Kohlman says of her mom, Lorna Boser. “She persevered and didn’t sway from her goal of being a mother.

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It’s spring, so let’s build a bountiful brunch

It’s spring, so let’s build a bountiful brunch Tomato and Camembert Tart (Kathleen Galligan/Detroit Free Press) Muffin Tin Eggs Benedict Casserole (Kathleen Galligan/Detroit Free Press) Asparagus With Mustard Vinaigrette (Kathleen Galligan/Detroit Free Press) Brunch clockwise: Speckled Malted Coconut Cake, Asparagus With Mustard Vinaigrette, Bacon and Cheddar Twists, Smoked Salmon With Dill Creme and Potato Pancakes, Tomato and Camembert Tart, and Eggs Benedict Casserole.

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