Hi Dimah, I just found your blog and I’m so glad I did! It’s so refreshing to find authentic Middle Eastern food in the blogging world! I’m Lebanese (well, half, the other half is Sicilian, but it’s all the same kind of people!) so I know the “Lebanese way” of most of these dishes. Doesn’t matter, your way is delicious and, the food-curious I am, I love to know how the dishes I know are prepared elsewhere! I especially loved your post on maqlooba, it’s probably my favourite Lebanese (well, Syrian in this case :)) dish!
Your site looks beautiful!
I am so glad that I stumbled upon your blog. What delicious food you have here! I have made different versions before but never with cabbage. I think I would love that. Can’t wait to try some of your recipes :)
I’m bookmarking your site right away! Thks for stopping by my blog :) I’m SO excited about finding a beautiful food blog about Middle Eastern food … sweet! I grew up in the United Arab Emirates, so I sometimes crave things like tabouleh and the awesome kababs that go along with it.
I guess I’ve must have been eating Lebanese tabbouleh all along- and probably pronouncing it wrong all along too!
How does a proper middle easterner pronounce it? I’ve always said: Tah-Boo-lee. Sure that’s wrong.