Al Maida Olive Oil

Al Maida Olive Oil

Located in the middle of the Jordanian desert, about 2 hours outside Amman,  sits 155,000 olive trees.  Ziad Bilbeisi, former architect and founder of Al Maida owns these groves and works together with his four children to produce an internationally respected, award...
Homegrown Palestine

Homegrown Palestine

Noor Awad is the brilliant mind behind Homegrown, the social enterprise that helps support small-scale Palestinian farmers cultivating olive trees, and sources their produce in a bid to shed light on their stories, and in turn, help sustain their olive groves. For the...
Wujoud Cultural Centre

Wujoud Cultural Centre

Life goes on, whether you choose to move on or whether you choose to stay in the past. Wujoud, which means ‘Existence’ in Arabic, is a Cultural Center and Museum that chose to move on; albeit by respecting the past through the prism of poignant truth telling. Set...
Mujadarra

Mujadarra

There are many variations to the old Palestinian dish of Mujadarra. The first recorded recipe appears in a cookbook composed in 1226 by Al Baghdadi in Iraq. Containing rice, lentils, and meat, it was served this way during celebrations.  Without meat, it was a...
Laban Immo

Laban Immo

There is nobody from the Levant region that did not grow up with this simple and nutritious meal in his or her home. Laban Immo is a rice and yogurt dish delicacy made with lamb, and literally means ‘the milk of his mother’. Silky and smooth like the texture of fresh...
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