Mammoth Maqlouba in Hebron!

Happy New Year Everyone! As this community reachesĀ  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!

Our Premiere on NBC and Part 4 of the Food and Wine of Spain!

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!

Top 5 Middle Eastern Blog Award–and Spanish Travel Series Part 3

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

Spanish Travel Series Part 2 -Zarautz!

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!

New Travel Series: Espana!

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!

Off the Beaten Path- In the Holy Land!

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!

Palestine Cultural Day-

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-