Did the quarantine and lockdown revive any of your old hobbies or inspire you to take up new ones?
For me, baking has been my therapy throughout those dark times. I am back to drawing and I am reading more than ever but the most comforting activity has been baking,
It all started with Pita bread and manakeesh when the lock down closed all the bakeries, then came zaatar rolls, and even sourdough after years of not having an active starter, it took a pandemic and a quarantine to get back into it lol (our baby starter is called Link because my son is playing Zelda Breath of the wild).
For today, I am sharing the breakfast recipe my kids demand the most! Zaatar rolls!
Cucumber and soup are two words that many don’t think of in the same sentence but I am here to tell you that if you have not tried a warm cucumber and herb soup then you are seriously messing out!
October through December is the olive picking/olive oil pressing season in Palestine and throughout the Levant .Olive oil […]
shatta is a chili paste that is quite popular in Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, and in Egypt. It is hot and I mean coughing out fire and fumes hot! with a mild salty lemony accent.
Batat o baid (Potatoes and eggs) easy, quick , uses kitchen staples, and added to that it is hearty and filling .
Bandoora Maglieh, بندورة مقلية is a great way to transform a few tomatoes, a few cloves of garlic and some olive oil into a blast of flavors that is so much more than the sum of its parts!
With all due respect to brownies, these Lebanese
Sfouf bi debs bars are rich, moist and almost fudgy,( the very definition of irresistible) and they might have just taken brownies’ spot as my kids’ new favorite dessert!
Flavorful, aromatic Middle Eastern wheat berry porridge that you can serve for breakfast or dessert.
Falafel has always been one of my favorite middle eastern recipes. Growing up in Amman, I have so […]
For most people, the world bulgur is only associated with tabbouleh but in Turkey and big parts of […]
Creamy eggplant, colorful pepper immersed in a show stopping tomato sauce. The spice blend, vinegar and sugar make it complex with layers of flavor, the perfect canvass for this vegetarian Egyptian moussaka
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