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Jazzarieh: Pumpkin Dessert

Jazzarieh: Pumpkin Dessert

Wherever you are in the world, fall always screams pumpkin. While you might immediately crave some pumpkin pie or even a famous pumpkin spice latte, if you’re Lebanese we know you have a different list in mind. Surely you will jump in on the chance to make some pumpkin Kibbeh...
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Date Syrup

Date Syrup

Looking to prepare a sugar alternative that is full of antioxidants, vitamins and fibers? Date syrup, honey or molasses is a rich sweetener that has been used in Lebanon and neighboring countries in baking or for health issues. This syrup is caramel colored and can be thickened to have the...
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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 the year where your mothers, aunts and grandmothers are stocking their secret sweets...
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Zaatar: Lebanese Thyme Mix

Zaatar: Lebanese Thyme Mix

What has now become an easy to make staple in the Lebanese kitchen and has spread worldwide was quite different before. The store bought spices that make up this essential mixture previously needed a significant amount of effort from our grandparents to prepare. Are you ready to unravel how Zaatar...
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Lebanese Kaak

Lebanese Kaak

“Kaak! Kaak, Kaak!” shout cart vendors on sidewalks or drivers honking and roaming through the streets of villages to sell their fresh, hot Kaak. Found throughout Lebanon and considered a humble breakfast for passers by, this popular sesame coated soft bread previously paired with cheese or Zaatar now serves as...
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