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Homemade Tahini

Homemade Tahini

Hummus, Baba Ghanouj, Falafel and Shawarma, all the dishes that are so tasty they became popular worldwide have one thing in common. While it might not be the star of these dishes, Tahini sure does make their stars shine bright. This middle eastern pantry staple is nutty, rich and can...
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Debes bi Tahini

Debes bi Tahini

Good food is very often, even most often, simple food.”- Anthony Bourdain
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Lebanese Fig and Sesame Jam

Lebanese Fig and Sesame Jam

When you envision the end of summer in your hometown in Lebanon, a few things come to mind. Other than a soft breeze and chilly nights, you can’t miss out on fig season. The fig baskets sold by the roads going up through the mountains, bamboo trays for figs to...
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Kishk: Fermented Wheat and Yogurt

Kishk: Fermented Wheat and Yogurt

Enjoyed as a soup, a dough filling or a sauce for different Lebanese dishes, Kishk is a preserved dairy product traditionally made from cracked wheat fermented in milk and yogurt. Like most Lebanese mouneh, Kishk was prepared in summer to preserve dairy for winter. To this day, the preparation of...
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Makdous (Pickled Eggplant)

Makdous (Pickled Eggplant)

Makdous is pickled eggplant (aubergines), soaked in olive oil and mixed with walnut, garlic, & red chili. In the Middle East, especially in Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine, it is part of many people’s breakfast mezze with labne, cheese, zaatar, or eaten later as a nutritious snack.

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Barazek (Sesame Cookies)

Barazek (Sesame Cookies)

One of the most awaited seasons in Lebanon is Fall. Why? Because it’s the time for simple delicacies to be enjoyed along with a cup of tea, cool weather and a soft blanket. It’s the time of year where your mothers, aunts and grandmothers are stocking their hiding...

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Lebanese Bread (Pita Bread)

Lebanese Bread (Pita Bread)

There aren’t many things that can open the heart more and bring a smile like smelling warm, fragrant home-baked pita bread! (Khebez in Arabic) There’s also the added excitement of seeing the dough puff up in the oven.
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Toum (Garlic Sauce)

Toum (Garlic Sauce)

This creamy garlic sauce and dip (also known as toum, a traditional Lebanese dip), goes perfectly with grilled meats and chicken or as an egg-free alternative to mayonnaise. With just garlic cloves, lemon and oil, you can transform garlic into a fluffy taste of paradise. One important note to consider...
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Tomato Sauce

Tomato Sauce

Easy and simple tomato sauce in a flash.
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Canned Pickles

Canned Pickles

If you’re in love with pickles but don’t want to be spending all that money on buying a new jar a day for your secret obsession? It’s a good thing then that pickles are extremely easy to make at home! We kept our recipe quite simple, but you can add flavors...
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Manoush Dough

Manoush Dough

 Making pizza dough might seem intimidating but it doesn’t require advanced cooking skills or expensive gadgets to make a delicious homemade pizza. This easy recipe doesn’t require the dough to rise and it can be finished in around 45 minutes.

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Labneh (Cream Cheese)

Labneh (Cream Cheese)

Labneh is a staple food in the Levant and it doesn’t matter what’s for breakfast, you’re bound to find a plate of labneh on the table. It is very easy to make, lighter than cream cheese, and low in lactose. Labne and zaatar were made for each other and when...
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