Creamy Cheesy Corn Casserole

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This Creamy Cheesy Corn Casserole is a five-star summer side dish. I like that every season has its own special foods. Fresh fruit and vegetables are the best sign of seasons. It’s possible to find every food in every season either frozen or canned but I’m talking about fresh ones here. Nothing better than fresh,… 

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Red Bell Pepper Bites

Red Bell Pepper Bites | giverecipe.com

It’s getting hotter here and we prefer lighter foods especially when starting meal. Something refreshing as a starter or mezze helps us to wake our taste buds before having main course. These red bell pepper bites are not a traditional Turkish dish; the flavor is, but the presentation is not. Traditionally, peppers are roasted, chopped… 

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Herbed Bulgur Pilaf

Herbed Bulgur Pilaf | giverecipe.com

Bulgur (pounded wheat) used to be considered as the food of the poor, but it has gained its real value among people for a few years. People have become more aware of its health benefits, so they start to prefer it to white rice if they are health conscious. Do you know why bulgur is… 

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Shelled Fresh Fava Beans

Shelled Fresh Fava Beans | giverecipe.com

Fresh fava beans are another sign of spring and unfortunately we can see them on the market for a very short time. And I try to use them in various dishes as much as possible before the end of their season. You either love them much or hate them. Many people can’t stand even touching… 

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Artichoke With Veggies

Artichoke With Veggies | giverecipe.com

This artichoke came miles away from my city. Mom II sent a package to us full of natural products a few days ago. We don’t have much chance of finding products grown by farmers here, so she sent us veggies and several herbs produced by farmers as her city has local farmer’s market open everyday…. 

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Bulgur Pilaf With Broccoli

Bulgur Pilaf With Broccoli | giverecipe.com

I woke up with an itch in my palm this morning, which reminded me of a Turkish superstition. There are thousands of superstitions in our culture and this one is about itching palms. Personally,  don’t believe in superstitions, but many people do. I find them funny though and I think these are a part of… 

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