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Naoumi

Naoumi (النعومي) originally refers to a sweet snack prepared with crushed roasted chickpeas (Qdameh – قضامة صفراء)...

Eid Al-Fitr celebration

Eid al-Fitr which marks the end of the month of Ramadan is celebrated by Muslims around the world. After thirty days of fasting, Muslims...

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...

Moufataka, yellow rice pudding of Beirut

Moufataka is one of the oldest Beiruti desserts combining rice, tahini, pine nuts and turmeric – giving the Moufataka its golden color....

TOP 5 Traditional Ramadan sweets

  Ramadan is known for its wide variety of irresistible sweets as an Iftar meal cannot be completed without having dessert. Iftar...

Halawa Lawhiya

“Halawa” (sweetness in Arabic) usually refers to a tahini (sesame paste) -based Middle Eastern dessert sometimes flavored with...

Abou Adham, king of “Tamriyyeh”

Food heritage specialist Zeinab Jeambey, went on a trip around the country and visited its main cities looking for the locally famous...

The reshaping of “Ghraybeh”

Food heritage specialist Zeinab Jeambey, went on a trip around the country and visited its main cities looking for the locally famous...

Molasses, the dessert of our ancestors

Food Heritage expert Zeinab Jeambey researches the tradition of making molasses and meets Lebanese producers continuing this seasonal...

Eid el-Berbara traditional sweets

On the eve of December 3rd of each year, Lebanese people celebrate Eid el-Berbara or Saint Barbara’s. Children disguise in costumes...