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Eggplant Baladi
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Easy way to serve a delicatessen eggplant


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2 medium size eggplants
1/2 cup pure tachina (tahina)
1 bunch finely chopped parsley
2-3 cloves chopped garlic
juice from 1 lemon or more to taste
Olive oil, sea salt
Silan or pomegranate concentrate
Pine nuts


  1. Burn eggplants over flame till soft and charred.
  2. Cut off burnt part and open on plate
  3. Dribble tachina, lemon juice and a bit of olive oil over eggplant.
  4. Sprinkle chopped garlic and chopped parsley and a bit of sea salt over everything.
  5. Garnish with pomegranate concentrate or silan and/or pine nuts.

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Atef says...
Rating is 5

My Jack Russell has been almost imobpsisle to train! I adopted him and a Westie at the same time the Westie can do all the basics ~ sit, shake, lie down, and she's house broken (took like 2 days)It's been over 6 months and he just learned his name and will sit if he knows you have a treat. He is only partially house broken. He always urinates outside, put I can't get him to eliminate outside. I think it might be the leash, I don't know. He's not dumb, though he can open doors and find hidden toys and exhibits other signs of intelligence. I am going to get him professionally trained very soon and I hope that helps.The good news, though, is that he always eliminates in the same spot in the house, so we put puppy pads there and it's an easy clean up. (His poop is really little) I'm hoping the trainer helps, but if not the next step is a doggie litter box.Now, I adopted my JRT at 4 years old & it's likely he's never lived in a house before, so that is surely why he's been so hard to, I guess I tell you all of that to make this point: JRTs are smart dogs, but sometimes they are hard to train. I'm sure you can house train Gracie but it will take time and patience, but it will be totally worth it. The crate method would probably be best (this won't work on MY dog because he has no qualms about pooping in the little kennel).They're stubborn little creatures, but so very entertaining.References :
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