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Mabrousheh – grated jam pie

This delicious jam pie is a specialty of Ain Zebdeh guesthouse. Noha prepares it with the finest fruit jams that she prepares from local...

An apple a day…

Apples have great nutritional benefits that justify the “one apple a day” reputation.  Here are the top 10 reasons for you to eat...

Whole fig jam or mrabba el-teen kwez

The whole fig fruit is preserved with its peduncle (tail) and serves as a very sweet dessert. Mastic and geranium leaves are added to the...

Fresh figs jam

Fresh fig fruits are processed into a spreadable jam, great for sandwiches and healthy energetic snacks. To make one 1 kilo of fig jam, you...

Bousfeir jam or Bitter Orange peel jam

Bousfeir is the Lebanese name for the Seville orange, also known as bitter orange and bigarade orange grown all over the Mediterranean, and...

Fig, the sweet summer fruit

Common fig or Ficus Carica, is one of the oldest fruit trees native to the Mediterranean region, more specifically the Middle East where...

Pumpkin jam

According to the Atlas of Lebanese Traditional Foods, this recipe has been used in the near east for more than 200 years as a dessert and a...