April 28th, 2016
Ka’ek Al-Eid Al-Maleh is salty cookies seasoned with “mahlab, anise, fennel, and cumin”. This Ka’ek is my favorite, the smell and the taste of it always bring me back to all the beautiful moments in Aleppo. Try it and you will be addicted to it.
Let’s make Ka’ek Al-Eid Al-Maleh:
March 27th, 2016
Please keep my mom in your thoughts and prayers as she has gallbladder surgery tomorrow morning.
Thanks everyone for following and reading the blog, and I’m really sorry for not posting a new recipe for this month.
Thanks and blessings upon you.
February 28th, 2016
Today my blog celebrates its seventh birthday.
Many thanks to all those of you who regularly visit and read my blog. It’s you dear readers, your comments, emails, and feedback that keep me going and make my journey interesting and fulfilling. Thank you very much for your continued support and love.
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February 27th, 2016
Trit Bel-Laban is Aleppine dish that uses pieces of fresh flatbread as a foundation upon which various ingredients “yogurt, eggs, meat” are added on top. It can be served as a breakfast or dinner.
Let’s make Trit Bel-Laban:
January 31st, 2016
One year ago, I started a series called “To Aleppo With Love إلى حلب مع حبي“. Take a look at the archive of last year:
To Aleppo With Love http://bit.ly/1vSjW5p
Introduction, Part 1 http://bit.ly/1BbGncM
Introduction, Part 2 http://bit.ly/1zGCE6z
Al-Bhar Al-Halabi http://bit.ly/1E3W1s3
Kibbeh Naiyeh Bi-Zeit Az-Zeitoun http://bit.ly/1Gbhixe
Kibbeh Bi-Safarjaliyeh http://bit.ly/19Z4MqH
Kabab Khashkhash http://bit.ly/1IrOR1r
Lahmeh Bi-Karaz http://bit.ly/1IC4xhG
Ma’rouk Ramadan http://bit.ly/1H8ih3m
Kibbeh Qassabiyeh http://bit.ly/1IcJe2S
Aqras Na’naa’ http://bit.ly/1KKI6YZ
Bathenjan Mshattah http://bit.ly/1NXiGH4
This year I’ll continue posting more recipes from Aleppine Cuisine. Stay tuned for new posts.