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khajoor/Bursagh-khajoor Sweet Fried Dough

Last night was Isra and Mi’raj, also known as Al Isra’ wal Miraj, locally known as Shab-e-Meraj. This event marks the night that Allah (God) took the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) on a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and then to heaven . 630 more words


China: Hutong Cooking

It was a lovely day in April, so why not go get lost in the seemingly unending network of hutongs – the traditional Chinese neighborhoods – in Beijing, China. 114 more words


yaniqueque – johnny cake - fried bread (Dominican Rep.)

Yaniqueque or Yanikeke are the epitome of Dominican street and beach food. It’s really hard to say where its name and origins lie. They are thought to come from the Johnny Cake or Shawnee Cakes of the native inhabitants from the Atlantic seaboard of North America, which are still popular today in New England. 327 more words


Muskogee Carnival was lit (beautifully) tonight

I’m originally from Muskogee, Okla. Since this is Easter weekend I went home to be with my family, lo and behold it is also the city carnival this week. 170 more words


Fried Dough (Italian Chrusty/Cenci or Polish Chrusciki)

Before my mother suffered any noticeable signs of Alzheimer’s Disease she started typing up recipes to pass along to her grandchildren. Mom was not the most organized person (I think she relied on her intellect and my Dad), eventually she couldn’t remember what she had typed. 333 more words


Baptizing Dough on the Theophany of Christ

When Thou, O Lord, wast baptized in the Jordan
Worship of the Trinity was made manifest
For the voice of the Father bore witness to Thee…

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Epiphany traditional sweets - Zlebyeh

Epiphany (غطاس) is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of Jesus, the son of God: In Western Christianity, the feast commemorates the visit of the Magi, the three kings Gaspard, Balthazar and Melchior who came to pay their tribute to the world famous baby born Jesus.  319 more words

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