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Lebanese Maamoul Cookies

I made these Lebanese maamoul cookies from Julie Taboulie’s recipe.  They are made with a combination of coarse and fine semolina (not semolina flour) and also use clarified butter, or ghee.  113 more words


Joe's Shish Kabob - Fall River, MA

I have yet to find more than three real Middle Eastern restaurants that actually have good food in the Massachusetts and Rhode Island areas. One of them is the incomparable… 911 more words


Lebanese Cooking Class

One of my favorite things about living in a small town is the number of mom and pop shops with unique products at affordable prices. Small stores bring so much character and charm to a city – we always prefer to shop local. 151 more words


The Pita Stop

The Pita Stop

I had never heard of The Pita Stop until last weekend.  A friend suggested we go, and I had no idea what to expect.  297 more words


DeBaise...An Ironic Family Name For An Incompetent Journalist

Couple of days ago, I found a certain myth that has been roaming around the Internet for quite some time. I do realize that some uneducated Westerns actually believe that Lebanon is a third world country with nothing but deserts, camels, tents, Bedouins…but for this lack of intelligence (Google is just a click away) to come forth with a Journalist is simply mind-blowing. 858 more words


Dressing Up for Holidays :: The Classic Lady

Today’s Holiday Outfit post is dedicated to those more conservative parties and dinners that we all have to attend during the Christmas time. For some, the Lady-like image is not a favorable one, but for me it’s perfect since it sets a challenge to create an outfit which is Modern and Classy at the same time. 156 more words


Dressing Up for Holidays :: Casual Sparkles

During the Holidays, in addition to attending the different parties and events we have all the family and friends’ gatherings, where you just chill and enjoy the amazing company. 275 more words