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Shortcut Matbucha Shakshuka Video *Giveaway*

 

I’m kind of a connoisseur when it comes to Shakshuka.  The fact that I have ordered it in most every restaurant that serves it should certainly qualify me as an expert of some sort, dontchya think?

I have had Spinach and Cream Shakshuka at Café Rimon in Mamilla, an open air mall outside the Old City of Jerusalem.  I have had Leek and Eggplant Shakshuka at Gavna an outdoor cafe overlooking the Judean Hills in the Gush and I have had the traditional tomato and pepper Shakshuka at café chains across the country and at Ikea’s kosher cafeteria in Rishon L’Ziyon.  I have eaten Shakshuka both with and without both  Feta and Bulgarian cheeses, both with runny and firm yolks and both spicy hot and not spicy enough.  I love it.  In truth, I just adore it still, this after 18 months of making it my mission to try every Shakshuka in Israel.

The ultimate Israeli one pan breakfast or anytime meal, Shakshuka is a dish of eggs poached or baked in a sauce of tomatoes, peppers and onions spiced with cumin, believed to be of Tunisian origin.  It’s actually super simple to make.  But you know me; super simple is sometimes not simple enough.  Inspired by Sabra’s kosher for Passover Moroccan Matbucha (a cooked dish of tomatoes, peppers and garlic) I have created a super duper Shakshuka shortcut.  No knife, no cutting board, just one pan to both cook and serve in qualifies this as fast, fearless, fabulous Shakshuka both for the un-initiated and the connoisseurs in the crowd.  Seriously, on set when we shot this How-To Shortcut Shakshuka video I served my Israeli crew the very Shakshuka I made on camera for lunch and they LOVED! LOVED! LOVED!  So this is tested, tasted and approved by the natives.

And just to alleviate your concerns I have indeed officially taste tested Shakshuka for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner so I can assure you that it works well for all times and meals.  Great for a crowd (because it kinda feels exotic – think of it like eggs dressed up in a slightly spicy sauce) it can be “beefed” up by adding feta, spinach and/or sautéed eggplant.  Serve hot, straight out of the pan with fresh bread and salad for a literal meal in minutes.  Great idea for Passover too (just serve it with Matzah)!  For a printable version of the recipe click here for Shortcut Shakshuka.

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269 Responses to Shortcut Matbucha Shakshuka Video *Giveaway*

  1. avatar says: Marsha

    I can’t wait to try it! I love the combination of tomatoes with eggs.

  2. avatar says: malkie

    Okay this looks yum !! must try it out!!

  3. I didn’t even know of the existence of shakshuka when i was in Israel many MANY years ago….HOWEVER, my son and daughter in law enlightened me and made it for me in their home here and it is just wonderful.

  4. avatar says: Yaffa

    Can’t wait to try this, I LOVE Shakshuka!

  5. avatar says: brocha

    I have had shakshuka once before in Riverdale and I was blown away by how amazing it was. I keep saying I’ll make it at home but maybe this will inspire me.

  6. avatar says: BENITAH

    This looks so good I think this is a keeper! Cant wait to try this!

  7. avatar says: shaq

    I have been looking for a no-fuss shakshuka recipe! cant wait to try it!

  8. avatar says: adf55

    4 big ripe tomatoes
    4 eggs
    2 sweet peppers
    2 medium onions, chopped
    1 -2 hot green pepper
    1 head garlic, all cloves crushed and cut
    1 tablespoon tomato concentrate
    1 tablespoon harissa
    1 tablespoon cumin
    bay leaf
    thyme, to taste
    1 teaspoon salt (to taste)
    1 -4 tablespoon olive oil

    Directions:

    1 Cut the tomatoes into large pieces. Deseed and dice all the peppers.

    2 Heat olive oil in a medium size pot. The flavor belongs in the recipe, so use a good amount of it. Add the onion and garlic, and before it is brown, add the cumin. When the cumin is blended, add the tomatoes and peppers, the tomato concentrate, and the harissa. Add salt. Blend the ingredients with a long spoon. Add 1 – 3 bay leaves, and the thyme.

    3 As soon as the vegetables are cooked, and the consistency is a bit thickened, add the eggs. The eggs will be poached in the pot. Space the eggs to give them room. Put the lid of the pot on. Wait for the white to set, as much as 15 minutes, depending on how high your heat is. The yolk should be runny.

    4 When you serve this, dish up an amount of the vegetable part into a wide soup dish, then carefully center an egg into this. Repeat for four people. Have french bread cut and ready to dip into .
    enjoy

  9. avatar says: Lucy

    loved the recipe…seems really easy and quick

  10. avatar says: Chavie

    Never made Shakshuka, but will definitely try now!

  11. Love this. Did know about the oven method. Will defiantly be trying that!

  12. avatar says: Chanah

    This looks really good. I hope to try it soon. Love the one dish meals.

  13. avatar says: Rochel

    This is a delicious recipe. Have made it in various ways numerous times.

  14. avatar says: cheryl

    looks yummy
    thanks for the chance

  15. I haven’t had a shakshuka before. It looks delicious.

  16. avatar says: sarabeth

    Love shakshuka. Am trying the recipe tonight. Can’t wait.

  17. avatar says: dieselle

    Very clever idea.

  18. avatar says: Helene

    I had the dish in Jaffa. I would make it at home with lite tomato sauce and 2 eggs with low fat goat cheese

  19. Okay, i’m going to try this now!!

  20. avatar says: elana

    i have to say- i like all the ingredients that goes into shakshuka but for whatever reason,never ever order it…but that spinach and cream shakshuka-sounds like my kinda dish- will have to make my way over to mamilla to give it a try….

  21. I love Shakshuka!!!!! Spicy goodness!!

  22. avatar says: Rebecca

    This looks really good, though I don’t particularly love runny yolks or even yolks in general. Looks like it has a lot of great flavor and easy enough to make. Thanks for sharing!

  23. I’ve never had it when it was called Shakshuka, but it’s exactly what I was served when I ordered a Spanish Omelette at a beach restaurant in Spain many years ago.

  24. avatar says: Michelle

    I never had it, but would love to try it.

  25. avatar says: AVIVA

    I had Shakshuka many years ago looked like a lot of work, but with Sabra’s Moroccan Matbucha it looks like a breeze! I will definitely try this at home, maybe even for a buffet brunch!

  26. avatar says: Susan

    I’ve never eaten it, but I’ll bet my husband would love it. Maybe I’ll make it for him!

  27. avatar says: Donna K

    I haven’t tried it, but I want to.

  28. avatar says: Carla S

    I have never had shakshuka at home.

  29. i have never had or made it before, looks wonderful, though. I may try it, i am a lousy cook :)

  30. i have never had it but would be interested in trying it so maybe i would make it at home.

  31. avatar says: Valencia

    I have never tried Shakshuka before. Actually my first time ever hearing of it was a few days ago. I don’t know if I would make it at home. I’d probably wanna try someone else’s first and see if I liked it.

  32. i actually never heard of it before, but i’d like to give it a try!

  33. avatar says: Joe K

    I never had it before, but sure would like to try it. I just might.

  34. avatar says: dalesusan

    i’ve had home made (by my machitena)shashuka in israel when i visit my son, daughter-in-law and grandkids. it’s great! hope i win

  35. I have never had shakshuka before but I would like to try to make it

  36. avatar says: carolyn

    i haven’t had shakshuka before but it looks SO GOOD! Can’t wait to try it :)

  37. Never had it before, but I have to try this. It really sounds delicious.

  38. avatar says: Rochel S

    Tried this recipe! It was so easy!!

  39. I have never had it but am going to try it

  40. avatar says: Natalie

    I have never had this before but I am always looking to try new things!

  41. I have never had it before but would like to try it.

  42. avatar says: Kelly D

    I have never tried shakshuka before but I would love to try it with the eggplant.

  43. avatar says: Becca

    I love Shakshuka and would love to try yours, since you seem to be the shakshuka queen!!

  44. avatar says: soso

    I’d love to try this recipe!

  45. avatar says: mita

    i’m going to try it!

  46. I’ve never even heard of it before, but it DOES look good!

  47. avatar says: Tova

    YUM! i love the video. I never had shakshuka but you made it look so easy I will definitely try it. My hubby is excited.

  48. This video came out amazing! Such a great easy recipe. We will definitely make this on Pesach!

  49. avatar says: Denise S

    No, I’ve never had it, but I’d like to try it.

  50. avatar says: Rust

    I’ve not had the pleasure but I definitely want to make this one.

  51. avatar says: RONDA

    I have not had shakshuka before…not sure if I would make it

  52. avatar says: Jimmy

    I have not had Shakshuka before but would like to try it.

  53. never tried but going to now
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  54. I have not tried it, but Shakshuka looks delicious!

  55. avatar says: al

    Never had it. I’m afraid it’s too spicy.

  56. We have not had it before. We would try it though.

  57. I haven’t but I want to try!

  58. avatar says: Donna L

    No I have never had Shakshuka before, but I would like to try it. Looks delicious.

  59. I have never tried it, but it looks wonderful

  60. I haven’t tried this yet. But now I have a reason to get to cooking!

  61. I never had it before, but it looks so good!

  62. avatar says: Laura C

    I have never had it, but this looks yummy!!

  63. No, Ive never had shakshuka but I would love to make it.

  64. growing up as a child my Dad would make this dish,usually on Fridays, and mine with a scrambled center

  65. I have made shakshuka at home

  66. avatar says: chavi

    I love shakshuka too. So east to make and its such a great comfort food

  67. I have never had shakshuka before, but would like to try making it.

  68. avatar says: skkorman

    I have never made this before but it’s definitely something I would try—looks delicious!

  69. Never had it but wouldn’t mind trying it.

  70. I have never had shakshuka but this sounds really good and I would like to try it.

  71. avatar says: RussR

    Sounds like it’s worth a try!

  72. i have actually never heard of shakshuka, so, no, i haven’t tried it

  73. I have never had shakshuka, but it looks delicious!

  74. avatar says: Cynthia C

    I have never tried it, but it looks like something I would enjoy.

  75. I will try to make at home

  76. i have never had shakshuka but i would love to try it

  77. avatar says: mink

    tried shakshuka, not my taste, don’t make

  78. avatar says: David F.

    I have never tried but am looking forward to.

  79. I have not tried it, but I will try anything!
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  80. avatar says: Dina L

    I have had shakshuka when I was in Israel with my family. My grandmother made it a few times. I really like it!

  81. We ate so much shakshuka in Israel and then I made it to break the fast on Taanis Esther. It’s an amazing dish but I LOVE the Sabra shortcut!
    xo
    Sharon

  82. Never heard of it, but sounds delicious and I’m going to try it at home within the next few days.

  83. avatar says: Alexa B.

    no i’ve never had this but i like to cook new things.

  84. I have not had shakshuka and have no plans to make it.

  85. avatar says: Suzanne K

    I’d never heard of shakshuka before but love the ingredients and am now wanting to try it!

  86. avatar says: McKim

    I’ve never had it before, and not sure I’d make it at home.

  87. I have never had it but will try. Thanks

  88. avatar says: Diana

    I LOVE SHAKSHUKA!! I am going to try this version!!!

  89. avatar says: Denise B.

    No, I have never had it or heard of it.

  90. I have never had it but it looks good

  91. never had shakshuka before and I plan to make it at home.

  92. avatar says: Crystal F

    I’ve never even heard of it. lol

  93. I have never made it but It looks yummy so I am going to try it out :)

  94. avatar says: Carol

    Never made Shakshuka, but will definitely try now.

  95. avatar says: Amber

    I have never tried Shakshuka before but it sounds delicious and I’d love to try it!

  96. avatar says: Jen R

    I have never had the pleasure of having Shakshuka. However, the dish of eggs poached or baked in a sauce of tomatoes, peppers and onions spiced with cumin sounds like something I would enjoy.

  97. I’ve never had shakshuka, but it looks good!

  98. I’ve never had shakshuka before but I would love to try it.

  99. avatar says: Christy

    I’ve never had it before but I’m always looking for quick and easy dishes like this. I’m definitely going to try it.

  100. avatar says: molly

    I’ve never had shakshuka before but it looks delish.

  101. I have never had it before but it looks really good

  102. I have never had it before but I wouldn’t mind making it!

  103. avatar says: DarcieN

    I have never tried it but looks like something my family will enjoy.

  104. avatar says: Carolyn G

    No I never had it but would love to try it

  105. avatar says: Toneria M

    Hey Jamie never had it but would love to try it. This is unrelated to the contest, but I kept trying to figure out who you remind me of and it hit me as I watched “Pitch Perfect” lol…Anna Kendrick.

  106. avatar says: Nechama

    To be honest…I’m a little scared of shakshuka.
    I’ve only seen it in real life made for the masses and it was all rubbery and runny…a little traumatizing.

  107. I have never heard of Shakshuka before but it sounds yummy and easy to make.

  108. I’ve never had it (or even heard of it before) but it looks absolutely heavenly.

  109. I had never even heard of Shakshuka before but I am looking forward to giving it a try.

  110. Can’t wait to try this, I LOVE SHAKSHUKA!

  111. This video makes the recipe even easier to make.

  112. avatar says: Tarah

    I have never even heard of it, but it looks & sounds amazing! I’ll have to try it out!

  113. avatar says: Helen G

    I’ve never tried it but it looks really good.

  114. avatar says: Davina

    I’ve actually never heard of shakshuka before but I’d love to try it!

  115. Never had it before!!

  116. I have not had it, but I would love to make it!

  117. I made it once. It was ohhhhkayyyyy. I’ve never had it before, so I didn’t have anything to compare it to. Yours looks better than mine. I cooked my eggs to long and then got rubbery.

  118. I haven’t had it before but it sounds delicious especially with tomatoes right out of the garden.

  119. avatar says: kjasus

    i have had it before when i traveled to israel years ago

  120. I haven’t had it but you make me want to try it – it sounds wonderful

  121. avatar says: Tammy S

    I actually have had it. My friend made it once and it was amazing! I don’t know if I am brave enough to try making it myself.

  122. The first time I have ever had shakshouka was when I cooked it myself at home…and I loved it! I hope to make it again.

  123. avatar says: Lisa M

    I have never had shakshuka but it sounds good.

  124. avatar says: xty cruz

    I haven’t had one but planning to make it for my husband

  125. No I haven’t had this – might try it in the future.
    thank you.

  126. I love shakshuka! What a great idea to use the premade spread to speed up the process.

  127. I’ve never had it but I DO plan to make it. This looks right up my family’s alley! Thank you for introducing me to it. :O

  128. I have never had it before but would like to try it.

  129. avatar says: nickie

    I haven’t tried it, but I want to

  130. avatar says: Beth F

    Super easy, can’t wait to try it

  131. I recently had shakshuka for the first time at a brunch in NYC. It was so delicious, but I don’t know if I could really attempt it at home.

    • Try it! It’s really easy to make. I have used canned, chopped tomatoes when fresh ones aren’t available; works great (but I think using matbucha would be even better).

  132. avatar says: sharon

    I haven’t had shakshuka since Israel over 8 years ago…

  133. yum yum! reminds me of when we used to live in israel!

  134. avatar says: phyllis o

    I never tasted it … but by tomorrow I won’t be able to say that again ;-) . Looks and sounds delicious!

  135. avatar says: DeeAnn

    Haven’t has this before. Sounds delicious and I will be making it for breakfast one weekend soon. Thanks for the quick and easy recipe.

  136. I have never had it before. I would be open to making it.

  137. avatar says: joni

    I have never tried this but would love to. I may attempt this.

  138. I have never had shakshuka before, but I would like to try it.

  139. I have had and love Shakshuka! I first had it in Israel, in Tel Aviv, but do not ask me the name of the restaurant. I have also made it at home. LOVE it. super easy and super savory, yummm. My stomach is officially growling!

  140. I haven’t tried it yet, but I plan to!

  141. avatar says: Tara

    I’ve never had it, but would love to try it!

  142. I have never had it but I do think I would like it as I love other egg dishes with spicy elements like the Mexican version of this.

  143. I love shakshuka. I like the idea of using matbucha. And finishing it in the oven is a great idea; I have always done it on the stovetop.

  144. avatar says: EEFisher

    Yes, it does remind me of Heuvos Rancheros, too, Alyce.

  145. avatar says: sheila k

    Never had it. Never heard of it.

  146. avatar says: jenn A.

    I have a shakshuka shortcut too–we use a jar of salsa

  147. avatar says: Elle

    I have never had shakshuka and I don’t know if I am brave enough to make it but I will definitely pass the recipe/idea along to my sister who loves to tackle new recipes..although it’s possible she’s already made it.

  148. avatar says: Lisa V.

    I have not had it before.

  149. I’ve never had shakshuka before but it sounds really tasty!

  150. avatar says: susitravl

    Never made it, and never tried it. Sounds delicious!

  151. avatar says: Michelle

    I haven’t yet but it sounds good

  152. Never have had it, but it does look delicious… maybe I’ll just have to try and make it.

  153. avatar says: Linda G.

    no, I haven’t had it but am anxious to try it

  154. I never had it before, or for that matter heard of it, but it does look good.

  155. Never, but interesting to learn more.

  156. avatar says: Robin

    I haven’t heard of it before but am looking forward to trying it.

  157. I’ve never had shakshuka but I wouldn’t mind making and trying it. You make it seem so easy and delicious. I wish you had your own cooking show – I’d watch!

  158. avatar says: Nick

    I’ve never had it before, but it sounds delicious! I think I’ll try making some soon.

  159. avatar says: gina

    I have never had it, but I would love to try it, it seems delicious! Thank you!

  160. I have never had it before but would like to try it.

  161. avatar says: Erica C.

    I’ve never had it but I would try it.

  162. I’ve never had it and not really a fan of eggs!

  163. Thanks, I love shakshuka. I was devastated when I developed a tomato allergy. Then I worked up a tomato free recipe to replace ketchup and this summer I will tweek it to replace marinara for quick shakshuka. Please post the other recipes, I know now that shakshuka doesn’t have to be red sauce. I would love to try the other recipes as well. Thanks!

    • Oh that must be so hard – but you are so creative – would love your tomato free ketchup recipe. I have only enjoyed the other non-tomato cream based Shakshukas but haven’t made them… I hope to do a future episode of Joy of Israel at Gavna the resturuant where I ate the best (non-tomato) Shakshuka of my life and then we will get the secret recipe.

  164. I have never tried it, but it looks good.

  165. Simple, delicious, and nutritious recipe! I have never tried this recipe, but I have had ones that were very similar.

  166. avatar says: Jacob

    I have not had it before but do plan on giving it a try

  167. Never had it but it looks really good!!!

  168. Never had it, it sounds great!

  169. I never had shakshuka before and love to try it

  170. avatar says: Peter G

    Yes, I have had this.

  171. avatar says: Daniel M

    nope never heard of it but looks good

  172. I haven’t tried it, but it sounds good!

  173. avatar says: Katie J

    I have never tried it but it sounds good and I would love to make it!

  174. avatar says: Dawn G

    I haven’t tried it before but it looks wonderful! Definitely something my family would enjoy.

  175. I’ve never heard of Shakshuka but it sounds really good. I’d love to make it at home if I could find Matbucha where I live

  176. avatar says: Sky Evans

    I haven’t tried shakshuka but plan on

  177. I have never tried it :)

  178. never heard of it and probably not.

  179. avatar says: Chaya

    We love making shakshuka for breakfast on Sunday mornings .

  180. I haven’t made this but would like to try it.

  181. avatar says: Heather K

    I’ve never had shakshuka before. I’m not sure if I would try to make it.

  182. avatar says: Sonya

    I’ve never tried it but I will!

  183. i never had it do not plan on making it

  184. avatar says: Melissa

    i’ve never had it and i think i’m gonna try to make it!

  185. I have never had shakshuka, but I plan to try it.

  186. avatar says: Missy

    I have not had it but I would make it at home.

  187. avatar says: Chrysa

    I haven’t had it before and have never even heard of it, but it looks great!

  188. I have not had shakshuka before but after seeing your recipe I’m anxious to make it for our family, I plan to make it at home.

  189. I have never tried but I would like too.

  190. No, I’ve never tried it. It looks wonderful!

  191. I plan to make this at home for my family.

  192. I don’t know about the tomatos with breakfast but may try it sometime.

  193. avatar says: Elizabeth

    This looks AMAZING! I can’t wait to try this sometime this week; I’ll post pics when I do!!

  194. I have never had it but im gonna try it forsure

  195. I have never tried it, but look forward to trying it soon.

  196. avatar says: Ellie W

    I have never had this, but it looks delicious. I will have to try your recipe.

  197. avatar says: Lisa B

    I have never had it before.

  198. I have never tried this before but it looks like something my family would enjoy.

  199. avatar says: Mike

    I haven’t made this, but I plan to!

  200. This is definately a must try.

  201. avatar says: rose

    I’ve never had it, but I love trying out new recipes!

  202. never had before, but would like to try

  203. avatar says: maya hu

    I never had it before, but it looks good

  204. I never have.. it looks very good

  205. I have never even heard of Shakshuka until I read this post! I’d love to try it though!

  206. avatar says: Lyz S

    I’ve made shakshuka at home once before, but I’ve never had it anywhere else!

  207. avatar says: Colleen G

    No I have never had it but looks good

  208. I have never had it..but I doubt if I will make it cause im sure id be the only one in family that would eat it.

  209. avatar says: Theresa

    I have not tried it before, but I would love to make some at home soon!

  210. avatar says: lisa lo

    Shortcut Shakshuka, never heard of it but it sounds good.

  211. avatar says: Sarah L

    I’ve never had it before, but now I really want to try it. I like the flavors.
    Thanks for the contest.

  212. avatar says: Lisa

    I have never had it but I will try it!

  213. I have never had it but it looks good. I might give it a go.

  214. I have never had shakshuka before, but I would love to try it in the future.

  215. avatar says: April V.

    I’ve never had shaksuka and I doubt I will make it at home as just boiling noodles is about the best I can do in the kitchen.

  216. Never made Shakshuka before, but will try it now! Looks great!!

  217. I’ve never tried it before but I think I will be preparing it soon

  218. my friends mom would make it growing up & i forgot all about it. I LOVED it so I am now planning on including this in my menu!

  219. No, I have not tried it. I am always willing to tried new foods.

  220. avatar says: klp1965

    I have never had it but I would love to try it :)

  221. I’ve never had it before but it looks delicious. I’ll have to try it soon.

  222. avatar says: Danielle

    No I haven’t had shakshuka before but it looks delicious.

  223. I have never heard of shakshuka until just now. looks good.

  224. avatar says: s riches

    I have never eaten Shakshuka. However the dish looks very tasty and worth a try.

  225. Actually, I have never heard of it before and I think I must try it!

  226. avatar says: Linda

    I’ve never heard of shakshuka before but it looks like it would taste good.

  227. avatar says: Lily

    I’ve never had it before, but I’d love to try it!

  228. I haven’t but it looks yummy!

  229. avatar says: cassandra

    I have never tried it but would love to .

  230. Never had it, I’lll consider it

  231. Yes…delicious!!

  232. I haven’t had it before but it looks delicious

  233. I have never tried this before but I think I will have to in the future. Thanks for sharing!

  234. i have never tried it, but i cant wait to make it.

  235. I’ve never had it before but I would definitely love to try it!

  236. I’ve never made it, but I’d love to try it

  237. avatar says: Samantha

    I’ve never heard of it before, but I’m definitely willing to make this at home!

  238. I have never had shakshuka before but would like to try.

  239. avatar says: Lisha

    I have never had it before but it looks and sounds delicious! I will have to make it!

  240. avatar says: Breanne

    I’ve never had it but I’d try it!

  241. I have never tried it but would be interested in making it

  242. avatar says: Vicki D.

    No, I have not had it. I would like to make it because it sounds very good.

  243. avatar says: laurie

    no I have not had it before but it sounds good i’ll try it now

  244. I have not made it but I think my daughter and I might enjoy trying it.

  245. I have never had Shakshuka, but I love eggs and it looks really good. Thanks.

  246. I have not had this before.

  247. I have not tried this before, but I am for trying something new, at least once.

  248. avatar says: V. Mayer

    I have made something much like this, although I don’t believe I spiced it with cumin. I am definitely going to try it your way, too!

  249. I haven’t had shakshuka. I am going to make it at home.

  250. avatar says: Sand

    I’ve never had it before but would like to make it.

  251. avatar says: Tamara

    I’ve never eaten shakshuka before, but it does look good!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  252. I have never heard of shakshuka before but it looks like something I want to try.

  253. no i have never eaten shakshuka before but i should give it a try

  254. I’ve never had it, but I would love to give it a shot.

  255. I love shakshuka, and that pic of yours looks amazing!

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