Dandelion greens cooked to perfection, the sweetness of the caramelized onions, the tang of the lemon juice, the fruity nuttiness of the olive oil. You just have to try it
Today’s recipe was this month’s Arabic flavor assignment 🙂 Our host Chef Rawan Sawwan chose one of the […]
This is the fourth post in my series featuring Palestinian ingredients. I am sorry it is two days […]
Tangy creamy and addictive. This labneh and makdous salad is the best way to enjoy the flavors of the middle east
Soft and fluffy rolls filled with a blend of zaatar and nutty olive oil. They are perfect for breakfast, lunchboxes or as a side kick for your favorite soup or salad
For most people, the word okra conjures up one of three images:
Slime (and not the fun slime that seems to be everywhere you look nowadays)
Well for today, I want to add another picture to that group. One that is just as tasty as the first two yet has nothing to do with the third.
I have not posted a new Arabic flavor recipe in quite some time! Come to think of it, […]
I am currently on vacation in Jordan 🙂 so I will keep this post short but I promise […]
“Tastes, smells, plants and food are the anchors of memory ” Lien and Nerlich Politics of Food (2004) Humans are […]
It’s been two weeks since my last post, I am so sorry for the absence. My kids had […]
Isn’t it funny how a certain smell, flavor or image can conjure up a world of memories?
Somehow it is never the elaborate recipes or the fancy meals, it is a bowl of soup in your mum’s kitchen on a cold day, a cup of peach icetea across the table from a dear friend, a fresh loaf of bread from your grandmother’s oven, the cookies you made for your kids’ class and stayed up till 2 in the morning decorating and packing them, the salad you made for your best friend and forgot the parsley.
Falafel is one of the most popular traditional Arabic foods. They are fried vegetarian patties, usually made of […]