Easter Lamb Shanks

Easter Lamb Shanks

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Celebrate Orthodox Easter with these succulent, slow cooked Lamb shanks. Lamb is an essential part of the Easter feast and for most they will have it on their dinner tables this Easter. For Christians, Lamb symbolize’s Jesus,...
Malfouf

Malfouf

My mother is a fabulous cook and as much as I love her Malouf, I recently discovered Joudie Kalla’s recipe from her acclaimed cookbook “Palestine on a Plate”. She combines a beautiful mixture of caraway, oil and garlic that makes these cabbage rolls incredibly...
Kousa Mahshi

Kousa Mahshi

Stuffed white Zucchini in Tomato Sauce was the ultimate comfort food for me growing up, and today it’s one of my children’s favorites. Humble yet delicious and nutritious, it can be stuffed with meat and rice or even made vegetarian style. This dish is essential in...
Lamb Kofta Kababs

Lamb Kofta Kababs

Kofta are meat kebabs traditionally eaten in countries across the Middle East region as well as the Mediterranean. They are often made by shaping ground meat — such as beef or lamb — into small logs and they are undeniably tender and full of flavor. Summers in...
Easter in Jerusalem

Easter in Jerusalem

Jerusalem; The Holy City In the proverbial tug of war between Arabs and Jews, Jerusalem is the ultimate prize. Consecrated to all three monotheistic religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – this ancient city dangerously weaves politics with religion...
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