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On Staples of All Kinds

This year I have done the incredible: I have bought just one book. If this were my normal rate of acquiring books, my living space would be less dusty and cluttered and dangerous. 574 more words


Food For Thought & Lebanese Lamb Shawarma

I’ve just been on a crazy road this past year, and that is how I realized I wanted to be a chef. Honestly, I never thought I would want to be one. 1,169 more words


The Sun (Al Shams) - ANJAR

The Sun (Shams) – Anjar

  1. The Sun (shams) is a restaurant at the center of the ANJAR System and is by far one of the most important source of Lebanese gastronomy for life in Lebanon. 
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Beit Nazha - Byblos

Beit nazha is a Lebanese restaurant located in the old Byblos souk. I went there for dinner on a Saturday night. 

Upon arriving, we were welcomed by the staff and directed to our table. 178 more words


Anthony Bourdain Returns to Beirut

Beirut is the next stop on Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.  

Bourdain describes Beirut perfectly.  He says, “It makes no damn sense at all in the best possible way, and you should come here.” … 42 more words


Lentils &Rice (Mdardara)

Whenever my mom is in town I use it as opportunity to learn a new vegan lebanese dish. This time she recommended Mdardara saying it does not get easier than this, and it really doesn’t! 179 more words


Basel Markthalle

The May Day weekend was too rainy to really go anywhere (the photo above was taken the following week when the sun finally showed its face!), but seeing as it was both a long weekend and my first weekend in my new home it seemed a bit of a shame to spend the entire time at home. 318 more words