Lunch from the garden

I recall my mother sending me to the garden to pick tomatoes, onions, cucumbers and an assortment of herbs and other vegetables. She would chop onions and potatoes and... Read more »

Fresh cut tabuleh is full of taste

Tabouleh is a famous Lebanese dish, and as Middle Eastern food is becoming popular in the United States, most Americans have tasted it or can easily recognize the name... Read more »

Stuffed grape leaves lifted by bones

I recall my mother spending hours rolling grape leaves and preparing stuffed zucchini for the entire family. She would work for the entire day and we would demolish them... Read more »

Steamed tea fit for a king

Tea comes in many flavors and colors, but nothing do tea justice like steamed tea. As the tea brews, the sweet aroma of the black leaves fills the room.... Read more »

Fourth of July breakfast

Fava beans or man’oushi? Early in the morning, the aroma of cooked Fava beans filled the house. Holidays are about getting together and spending time with family and friends.... Read more »

Fruit salad makes best gift for parties

If you are wondering what to take with you to a party and want to stay on the healthy, get your knife ready to chop some fruits. A fruit... Read more »