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Experimenting in the Kitchen - Chicken Ghallaba

Every time I go back home to Detroit, I always go to one of my favorite Lebanese restaurants (Grape Leaves) for Lamb Ghallaba. I’ve been craving it for awhile so I decided to make my own version but with chicken. 295 more words

A Beaux Stratagem for a Hot Weekend

Sydney has changed its clock to Daylight Saving and we’re getting days of high 20s and even towards 40ºC on several days this week.  It is fitting that it’s ending with a thunder storm and a sprinkle. 321 more words


Eggplant salad with yogurt

 I always cook this dish whenever I have crowds for dinner or lunch. It works as a salad and a vegetarian main. It’s important that you use thick, greek type yogurt here. 353 more words


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


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