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Rabih Alameddine's 'Angel of History': Corny and Glorious

Lebanese-American novelist Rabih Alameddine’s The Angel of History hasn’t yet appeared — it’s available next month — but it’s already made the 2017 longlist of the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence… 1,080 more words


Chicken with chickpeas and cashew nuts

Said to serve four with 400gms or rice but this was a big portion between five!


  • 1.5kgs chicken
  • two cinnamon sticks
  • three to five cloves…
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Grapefruit, mint and onion salad


  • pink grapefruits peeled and flesh removed from segments using a knife to cut along them
  • sliced red onion
  • mint
  • olive oil


Simply sprinkle onion and grapefruit on a plate and add mint and olive oil!


Wild Thyme Lebanese Food - Hidden Gem in New West

I was driving down 12th Street in New Westminster in mid-July when I noticed that a new restaurant had taken up the old Big Star Sandwich location. 498 more words

Restaurant Review

Opa! Bar & Cafe - MiddleEast Asia Calling!

The riches of Arabia and the Mediterranean region have managed to capture over minds, over the years. Be it the low-end lighting of their intricately decorated lanterns or the thump of their drums, the beauty of their desserts and their luxurious food culture is an image that we have permanently etched in our minds when we hear the word ‘Arabia’. 902 more words


Fresh Food Divinity at D'Vine: A Mediterranean Experience

In today’s civilized society, people no longer have to hunt for their food – they either go to a restaurant or grocery store to obtain their food. 392 more words

Orange County

The dream is over. Wake up. 

We’re living in a dream or rather a horrific nightmare that doesn’t seem to end. It’s become our norm, we regard it as ‘life’ or ‘the way it should be’. 493 more words