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Lebanese Food Fest @ Colony, The Raintree, St Marys Road - Oct 02 to Oct 18th

My love for Lebanese food:

As part of Chennai Food Guide’s Bloggers development initiative, I got an invite to attend the Lebanese food fest at Colony, The Raintree, St Marys Road, and I was overjoyed. 1,376 more words


Lebanese Mezza

The Lebanese Mezza is a staple in the Lebanese cuisine served in every restaurant, similar to the Tapas of Spain, is an array of small dishes served creating an array of colors, flavors, textures and aromas. 97 more words

Cooking Sessions

The Hidden Train Station – Railway Restaurant & Café

Let me talk to you first about trains… Putting aside the fact that they are one of the cheapest safest way of medium to long range travel existing today, they have a major fact going on for them: They can never lose their way, and it’s all because of the tracks… the Railway… Well, I know right? 381 more words

Food Safety

September 10, 2015

Believe it or not, I went to Lebanon for two weeks this summer!  The food was AMAZING!
One of my favorite new things was a spice mix called zatar.   143 more words


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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