“Tastes, smells, plants and food are the anchors of memory ” Lien and Nerlich Politics of Food (2004) Humans are […]
Nutty, crunchy, slightly floral and not overly sweet. An irresistible combination that makes stopping at just one of these Babouches or blighate nearly impossible!
For the July Muslim food bloggers challenge, we were asked to make a recipe in which honey is one of the key players in terms of flavor. I have already missed the past 2 MFB challenges and was determined not to miss this one!
At first I was going to make a kale salad with a honey mustard dressing (my go to lunch lately in our 44 C summer) but the bag of sesame seeds that my mum sent me a few months ago to make karakeesh was never put to good use and we’re leaving for a vacation in three weeks, so I thought this was the perfect opportunity to use it up.
The kids and I really love watching movies. Animation in particular. Every few weeks we decide to have […]
My son loves pancakes. If it was up to him, he would have them every single day. As […]
A few years ago I told you the story about the 30 day soup and how, every ramadan, I […]
Pastries have their special place on the Ramadan iftar table. I personally don’t make them frequently in ramadan […]
It’s been two weeks since my last post, I am so sorry for the absence. My kids had […]
Mshat or traditional Palestinian cauliflower fritters happen to be one of my favorite recipes that my mum makes, […]
Ramadan is only a day away! If you celebrate it , then Ramadan mubarak to you 🙂 and […]
Let’s see, how to write ملوخية in English? How about Mulukhiyah, mloukhiya, molokhia, molokhiya, mulukhiyya, or malukhiyah? No matter what you […]
Everywhere I look on pinterest and on instagram I see buddha bowls. They seem to have taken the […]
The spring break is over and we’re already getting ready for the mid-term exams of the third semester […]