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Food and Recipes
"He fasted for a whole year and then broke his fast with an onion."
"All roads lead to the mill."
Arabic proverbs


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Jibneh webattikh
From our heritage in Bethlehem Watermelon with Cheese (Jibneh webattikh) This is a light summer supper dish very...
 
Mary Nasser
11.06.2012
       
       
 
burbarah
fyi....
 
Issa Hanania
05.03.2012
       
       
 
Regional Food Fests
TWIP October 2011 Palestine’s top delicacies are harvested at points spread around the country and calendar, so...
 
This Week In Palestine
27.10.2011
       
       
 
The Palestinian Tabun
Tabun is an Arabic word for a traditional Palestinian oven. It is usually made from clay mixed with grain straws. The...
 
Fuad Giacaman
01.02.2010
       
       
 
http://www.shahiya.com/english/default.aspx
Shahiya.com: interactive Arabic and English food site with recipes from the Arab world, restaurants in Arab cities, and...
 
Carole Makhoul Hani
30.12.2009
       
       
 
Gypsies in Jerusalem: food
From the new Domari website http://www.wix.com/domarisociety/domari-society-website The food native to the Dom of...
 
Toine Van Teeffelen
01.12.2009
       
       
 
Mystic Karabeej Halab
Kamel Mohammad Ismael Abu ‘Jway’ed, has achieved great fame in the mountains of Hebron. Over the past ten years, the...
 
This Week In Palestine
18.09.2009
       
       
 
Palestinian Cooking
http://www.spiritofsumud.ps/gal-3.shtml an interview with Mrs. Laurette Al Zoughbi about Palestinian cooking. This...
 
Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program
31.08.2009
       
       
 
Syrian Foods
I learned to cook Syrian foods from my Inlaws! Since they are deceased,I have been unable to get some of the recipes that...
 
Pearl Solomon
20.07.2009
       
       
 
Wine from Bethlehem stopped at airport
Birmingham Post Israel stops altar wine from reaching Birmingham Dec 3 2008 by Catherine Lillington, Birmingham...
 
Arab Educational Institute
07.12.2008
       
       
 
Rishtaye
Rishtaye (Also known as Smat, Msalwaa, or Mjammadeh) The many different names for this dish suggest that it probably...
 
Mona Wafa
02.04.2008
       
       
 
Mafghoussa (or mashed)
This recipe is from the southern areas of Palestine. It is ideal for a barbecue but can be done on any other occasion....
 
Mona Wafa
02.04.2008
       
       
 
Maqloubeh (Upside-down)eggplant casserole
Maqloubet Batinjan (Upside-Down Eggplant Casserole) Ingredients: 2 large eggplants Salt to sprinkle on raw...
 
Mona Wafa
02.04.2008
       
       
 
Siami
Siami is the adjective derived from the verb “to fast”. It describes the Syrian vegetable-eating habit, which is a...
 
Sufian Mustafa
29.03.2008
       
       
 
Tomatoes in Palestinian cookery
Tomato is originally from Peru and was first imported to Spain in the 16th century, but the Syrian Arabs new it from the...
 
Sufian Mustafa
29.03.2008
       
       
 
Palestinian flavour
Even though food flavour is unified throughout Pal¬es¬tine, the Palestinian cuisine can be divided roughly into four...
 
Sufian Mustafa
29.03.2008
       
       
 
Too Cold without One
Winter in Palestine could be quite cold in the evenings that one has to have lots of hot drinks to keep warm. Traditionally,...
 
Sufian Mustafa
29.03.2008
       
       
 
Too hot without one
The Palestinian summer is too hot during the day that one has to keep drinking to make up for the lost body liquids, if...
 
Sufian Mustafa
29.03.2008
       
       
 
Fakiha
Thammer is Arabic for fruit, which is defined as the part of the plant that develops from the ovary of the flower and...
 
Sufian Mustafa
29.03.2008
       
       
 
kitchen revival "Arabic"
من الأصالة إلى الإغتراب مطابخ العرب، مطابخ عريقة متوغلة في القدم...
 
Sufian Mustafa
28.03.2008