Tag Archives: Middle east
Kibbeh is a very famous Levantine dish made of bulgur, minced onion and finely ground meat with sautéed pine nuts. There are many types of Kibbeh from fried shaped balls or patties, baked, cooked in yogurt sauce, grilled or served raw. … Continue reading
Here is a short clip about a recent trip we took to the souq in Rabat, Morocco.
I made this dish the other night as a change from the regular chicken and potato dish. It has a nice spice to it. You can marinate it over night or at least four hours before baking. Ingredients: One pound … Continue reading
I always tell those interested in going to the Gulf for work or tourism that “I love Dubai!” Dubai is special because it was my first job outside of Syria and the first time that I had traveled outside of … Continue reading
In Muscat you are still in the Arabian Gulf yet you will find an experience like no other in the Gulf. Oman has mountains, the desert, miles of beaches, greenery and traditional architecture. I spent 10 days there and enjoyed the … Continue reading
Here are some photos from New Years Eve 2009/2010 in Qatar when we decided to spend New Years Eve in the desert by the Saudi-Qatari border where we went desert camping, dune bashing, sand surfing, and had a camp fire with … Continue reading