Throwback – 2015

January 31st, 2016

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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

Itch http://bit.ly/1GRO9fU

Bathenjan Mshattah http://bit.ly/1NXiGH4

This year I’ll continue posting more recipes from Aleppine Cuisine. Stay tuned for new posts.

 

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To Aleppo With Love – Bathenjan Mshattah

December 31st, 2015

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Bathenjan Mshattah is eggplants stuffed with a mixture of (sauteed onion, red pepper paste, and spices), then covered with tahini sauce and served.

Let’s make Bathenjan Mshattah:

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Announcement

November 24th, 2015

Dear Friends,

Sadly, my dearest friend has passed away and I’m truly in shock. I’m not able to write any new post and I can’t share a recipe for this month.
May his soul rest in peace.

Dimah

To Aleppo With Love – Itch

October 31st, 2015

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Itch is a different twist on tabbouleh, Armenian origin and known in Aleppine cuisine.

Let’s make Itch:

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To Aleppo With Love – Aqras Na’naa’

September 30th, 2015

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Aqras Na’naa’ is Aleppine dish that consists of minced meat seasoned with dried mint and spices, then grilled and served with lemon-garlic sauce. Na’naa’ means mint.

Let’s make Aqras Na’naa’:

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