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“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.”

Today is an absolute delight. The humidity is gone, the sun is squint your eyes bright and there is a cool breeze. I even had to shut the window behind me as I found the breeze cold on my back. 443 more words

Musings

Braised Lamb Shank

Although temperatures stayed well over 90 degrees most of the day, come dinner time I couldn’t resist this entrée. I’d been eyeing it even before I moved to Dallas, and LARK on the Park’s dining room didn’t disappoint, either. 149 more words

Dallas

Day 20: Mamnoon Restaurant

Yes, it’s still Day 20 because I’m now in Seattle! After a long flight where I couldn’t sleep despite being tired, I’ve finally landed in the ‘Emerald City’. 110 more words

Seattle

Syria: Muhammara

The unfortunate reality at the moment (and for the last few years) is that Syria is not generally associated with positive news or connotations. You hear ‘Syria’ and you think ‘Civil war,’ ‘airstrikes,’ ‘refugee crisis’  and ‘human rights violations’ (among other things). 334 more words

MUHAMMARA

Malzemeler

2 dilim bayat ekmek içi

200 gr beyaz peynir

4 yemek kaşığı domates salçası

1 su bardağı ceviz

2 diş sarımsak

Tuz, pulbiber, kuru nane… 37 more words

Not all Jordan almonds are Jordan Almonds

This article on the cuisine of Jordan – with recipes ­– has little to do with almonds; it has everything to do with the misunderstood terms of authenticity and fusion when it relates to national cuisines. 1,060 more words

Travel And Food