8 Facts About Pomegranates

20 Facts About Pomegranates

Our favourite ruby red fruit has a lot to say for itself... 1. The word pomegranate means apple with many seeds. 2. The city of Granada, Spain is named after the Spanish word for pomegranate, “granada.” The city’s heraldic device is the pomegranate. 3. Pomegranates are native to the Middle East. 4. In the Qur’an,...

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Arganic Collaboration

Arganic Competition!

We are delighted to say that over the last month have collaborated with the talented ladies at Arganic. A brilliant company founded by the equally brilliant Dana Elemara specialising in the best quality cosmetic and culinary organic Argan Oil from a women’s co-operative in Morocco. The cosmetic oil is bliss, perfect for maintaining beautiful hair...

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How to make an Aphrodite’s Wrap!

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1 Soft Flatbread, warmed Hummus or Garlic Yogurt Pomegranate Ketçhup Fried Halloumi OR grilled Chicken chunks marinated in Pomegranate Ketçhup Salad made with carrot, red cabbage, white cabbage, fresh Dill and Mint Pickles (cucumber, cauliflower, turnip etc) Pitted Kalamata Olives Pomegranate Seeds Good quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil Layer a desired amount of each ingredient...

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Muhammarah Dip

Muhammarah Dip 1

This dip is a game changer. Once you’ve had it once you’ll be hooked. An added bonus too is that it’s completely vegan, great for serving at dinner parties or for a healthy snack. This recipe serves around 10-12 guests as a dip at a party, or will last a week for 1-2 people’s lunch/dinner/snacks....

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Pomegranate & Maple Roasted Pork Ribs

Pomegranate & Maple Roasted Pork Ribs

2 racks of Pork Ribs 1tsp Fennel Seeds, ground 1tsp Cumin Seeds, ground 1/2tsp Black Pepper, ground 2 good pinches of Sea Salt 3tbsp Pomegranate Ketçhup 3tbsp Maple Syrup 2tbsp Soft Brown Sugar Preheat the oven to 160˚C Mix all the ground spices and the salt in a bowl then rub all over the ribs,...

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#CookForSyria

#CookForSyria

#CookForSyria is a month long celebration (31st October-30th November) of Syrian cuisine in aid of the largest humanitarian crisis of our time. This Sunday 20th November & next Sunday 27th we will be at our usual spot in Maltby Street Market selling our Pomegranate Ketçhup and handmade Borek Pastries to raise money for #CookForSyria. All...

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