September 30th, 2016
Aleppo is the famous city of Za’atar, one of the most important blend of any Syrian home’s pantry.
Aleppian Za’atar has a different element from other neighboring countries. It is based on mixture of crushed spices and roasted nuts mixed with sumac and toasted sesame seeds. The blend of ingredients varies from one spice dealer, or ‘Attar to another.
Za’atar Halabi is usually prepared in September, and because it is widely available commercially people do not bother making it at home. In Aleppo, people used to buy Za’atar from Al-Madina Souq which is now destroyed and burnt as result of the war.
Let’s make Za’atar Halabi:
September 17th, 2016
This post is about sweets I prepared for Eid Al-Adha.
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September 13th, 2016
Eid Al-Adha “Festival of Sacrifice” or “Greater Eid”, Eid Al-Adha annually falls on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijja of the lunar Islamic calendar. The festivities last for three days or more depending on the country. Eid Al-Adha occurs the day after the pilgrims conducting Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia by Muslims worldwide, descend from Mount Arafat.
Eid Mubarak to all of you and your families. May you have a joyful and blessed Eid with family and friends.
August 31st, 2016
These macaroons are easy to prepare and so delicious.
Let’s make Amaretti:
August 27th, 2016
Mehshi Al-Burghul is summer recipe in Aleppo. It is eggplants stuffed with bulgur and vegetables, and prepared in two ways, either with meat or without meat. Mehshi Al-Burghul Bi-Zeit Az-Zetioun is the one without meat.
Let’s make Mehshi Al-Burghul Bi-Zeit Az-Zeitoun: