MIDDLE EASTERN

As I stand in front of the Pyramids of Giza just outside of Cairo, I cannot help but think about how was this marvel was built and what kind of strong and brave people constructed such a beautiful masterpiece. Ancient Egyptians believed that when the pharaoh died, he became Osiris, king of the dead. The [...]

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    A lifetime without Love is of no account Love is the Water of Life Drink it down with heart and soul!       – Rumi Here we are again, another Valentines Day is upon us. Even though I’m not a huge fan of this holiday but let’s cherish it and make sure we spend [...]

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Ma’amouls – A Celebration Cookie

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by Sara Hafiz on February 3, 2012

Food is our common ground, a universal experience – James Beard Sometimes “Life” does get in the way. As I sit and attempt to write my first blog post in ten months, I realize how much I have missed my blog and my readers. It  feels so good to be back in the food blogging [...]

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Homemade Paneer Grilled Kabobs in Spicy & Tangy Moroccan Chermoula Sauce served with Easy and Quick Homemade Naan We have started a tradition in our family that we will celebrate the start of a new week with a grand Meatless Mondays feast. Everyone in my household usually has the Mondays Blues. Since I can’t  change [...]

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This salad was inspired by my recent visit to an ancient town in Turkey called Kusadasi! A gorgeous seaside resort on the Aegean Sea located near the historical city of Ephesus. Rich fields of olive trees, grape vines, fig, peach, apricot & apple trees surround this scenic city. Cuisine of Kusadasi is very much influenced [...]

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