Mom’s Summertime Potato Salad

Mom’s Summertime Potato Salad

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] This recipe reminds me of warm summertime BBQs’ in my parent’s garden in Toronto, where the whole family would gather together for a Levantine BBQ feast. My mother uses the fresh mint and parsley that she grows in her garden for...
Kale Tabbouleh

Kale Tabbouleh

Originally from the mountains of Lebanon, Tabbouleh has become the Middle East most popular salad and is included on every Levantine table as a mezze. I will always love the traditional Tabbouleh recipe, that combines parsley, mint, onion and bulgur, with lemon and...
Freekeh Salad

Freekeh Salad

Freekeh is the “new” ancient grain. It has been a staple in the Middle East for centuries, but only recently became popular in the West because of its super nutritional benefits, naming it the new quinoa. I used to find freekeh quite boring growing up until I...
Batinjan bil’Laban

Batinjan bil’Laban

I was never a big fan of eggplants growing up, but everything changed when I was introduced to this salad.  How  could I resist the divine combination of the pomegranate seeds and toasted nuts, they add such relevance and flavour to the eggplant, making it a...
Djaj Mahshi

Djaj Mahshi

When I was growing up, Djaj Mahshi was an absolute favorite of mine. I remember the excitement when my mother would remove the juicy chicken from the oven and we would all wait impatiently at the dinner table. I used to watch my mother cut through the chicken and see...
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