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Zajal: When Competitive Poetry Was a Better Sport Than Soccer

Dozens of Arab poets are getting ready to travel to Dubai for the next round of Prince of Poets interviews. Although Prince of Poets may have the biggest purse, televised competitive poetry isn’t a new thing: 374 more words


Mid-day snack ideas

Early this morning as I was slicing a cucumber, I was thinking about some healthy things I like to snack on and BAM I stumbled across this… 51 more words


22nd January...Cucumber, Banana, Tofu and Lebanese takeaway

I love my friends, I know everyone does (otherwise they wouldn’t be our friends would they!) but some of my lovely and talented friends are the subject of todays positive post! 80 more words


Lebanese Loving

After what seemed like the longest week ever we arrived at Wednesday….yes only Wednesday! I needed a bit of a relax and sustenance so decided that me and the Mr would go on a bit of an adventure and seek out a meal and a drink. 422 more words

Food Glorious Food

‘Assad, Hezbollah and Iran are training local militias to combat Israel’


The Free Syria Army has been monitoring Iranian, Lebanese, and even Russian soldiers on the border with Israel, a Syrian opposition field commander told The Times of Israel on Wednesday, as his forces plan a siege on the government-held regional capital of Quneitra. 65 more words

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you do not knead your daily bread

Bread is so basic, yet what beats the aroma of freshly baked bread filling the kitchen? There are two types—yeast bread and soda bread. I’ll give you one of each here—both made in rather unconventional ways. 986 more words

Artisan Bread

2014 in review...2015 More to come with a Bigger Bang!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about…

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