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This is a wonderful classic Sicilian dish. I shared this recipe a while ago and as I mentioned briefly in the post it’s a favourite in our family. It is always served on special occasions and festivities. For those who enjoy vegetarian food and eggplant dishes you cannot go past this dish. I had visitors from Hong Kong last year and prepared an Italian dinner for them and Eggplant Parmigiana was on the menu. They were surprised, delighted and enjoyed every bit of it. The tray was empty very quickly. It was a pleasure watching them enjoy this dish.

Milanka's Fine Food

Milanka's Fine Food

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    1. Hello Irene, Welcome back… I hope all is well with you. Marjoram is a herb. I grow it in my garden. Used in Italian cooking and cooking in general. Google the herb and you will get lots of information regarding its benefits. The herb stems from the Oregano family if my memory serves me correctly. 🙂

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