Hello Dear Friends, As some of you might be sequestered at home, maybe working at your home office or figuring out what to do with the kids since many schools have shut down from corona virus, I thought I would do a different kind of video. A video to give you a break, something to…… Continue reading Iconic Bakery in Jerusalem and Inside Al Aqsa Mosque!
Happy New Year Everyone! As this community reaches 40,000 subscribers on my YouTube channel, I always like to do a reassessment, to see what kind of content you would like to see in the future. Other than sharing recipes, I have also done quite a few travel vlogs, as well as videos on nutrition and…… Continue reading Mammoth Maqlouba in Hebron!
Hello Dear Friends.. Hope you are enjoying the sights and sounds of spring, I am loving the reemergence of hummingbirds, and even rabbits that are crossing my path as I go for my morning runs! Just wanted to update you on some exciting news about our recent appearance on a brand new show on NBC…… Continue reading Our Premiere on NBC and Part 4 of the Food and Wine of Spain!
Hello Friends–hope you are enjoying the signs of springtime! I am excited to announce that this blog was voted as the 4th most popular Middle Eastern food blog in the world! As you can imagine I was ecstatic to hear this news, having been at this for almost a decade now. Thank you so much…… Continue reading Top 5 Middle Eastern Blog Award–and Spanish Travel Series Part 3
Hello Friends! There are going to be a lot of exciting things happening this year, and I can’t wait to share them with you as soon as I get the green light! But for now, I will share with you Part 2 from my adventures in Spain. While you will see a ton of literature…… Continue reading Spanish Travel Series Part 2 -Zarautz!
You might be wondering, why am I doing a series on Spain when my page is all about the Middle East? Well Spain is one of my favorite countries in the world, and when I got the opportunity to travel with the lovely Leslie Sobrocco, host of Check Please on PBS, I jumped at the…… Continue reading New Travel Series: Espana!
I recently got back from the Holy Land yet again, and I can’t wait to show you some highlights that you won’t hear about from mainstream media! First stop, a side of Jerusalem I have literally never seen before at St George’s Cathedral Guesthouse. St. George was built in 1899, and has been open to…… Continue reading Off the Beaten Path- In the Holy Land!
What happens when victims of war disperse all over the world and form their own communities elsewhere? Are they successful integrating in their new environments? I am sure people of every ethnic background have their own fascinating stories of adversity, failure, and success. One thing I do know is that Palestinian Americans in the diaspora…… Continue reading Palestine Cultural Day-
Every time any of us visit a farmer’s market, we make a strong statement. We value the exceptional flavor of farmer’s market produce over supermarket produce, we are supporting family run farms over corporate run farms, and we are voting with our dollars to support sustainable farming. The power of produce cannot be underestimated, and…… Continue reading Palestinian Farmer’s Box!
In part three of my Holy Land series, I share with you a no hold barred tour of my most memorable meals. Now I might look like a serious piglet eating all of this food, but keep in mind that this was recorded over a period of several days. 😀 I started off my eating…… Continue reading Eating My Way Through Jerusalem, Jericho, and Ramallah!