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Wednesday 18 October 2017
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Category: In The Media

Rooftops to Gardens: World Environment Magazine

Nathalie Rosa Bucher visits urban gardens in the poor suburbs in Beirut and writes this inspiring article published in [WE] World...

Reviving the cheesy dying art of Ambarees – The Daily Star

The Daily Star visits Ambarees producers in the West Bekaa and publishes this beautiful article featuring the Food Heritage...

Honey – Lebanon Traveler

Honey, one of nature’s natural delicacies, has been a part of our diet for centuries. The Food Heritage Foundation’s Zeinab Jeambey...

Wild Edible Plants – Lebanon Traveler

The Food Heritage Foundation’s Zeinab Jeambey meets rural women around the country continuing the tradition of collecting and cooking...

Sweet Tooth of The Levant: Lebanon Traveler

Equal to our fanaticism for Lebanese gastronomy is our pride in Arabic sweets and desserts. The legacy of our desserts lies in the hands...

Pumpkins – Taste&Flavors

Towards the end of summer, many fields in the Bekaa Valley can be seen sprinkled with orange dots, the Cucurbita Pepo, commonly known as...

Goat’s Milk – Taste&Flavors

In Lebanon, the consumption of goat’s milk is valued on a national level; in 2010, goat milk production reached 32 million tons. Goat...

Beiruti Sweets – Taste&Flavors

When speaking of Beirut, one cannot but mention its delicious desserts drizzled with syrup, or filled with ashta, decorated...