Persian Halvah ~ P for Persia

I always associated Persia with a mystical aura surrounding the country. I had read so much about the land in the many fiction I use to consume. It always fascinated and held me captive, talking about the land and the food and so many things. So when it was to choose P, I had to […]

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Norwegian Potato Lefse ~ N for Norway

When it was the turn of N, I naturally had to make Lefse, the Norwegian Potato Flatbread. The writer talks about something that’s very close to my heart as well. Love for flatbread. She says while some collect so many other things, she collects recipes for flatbread. Infact I do that as well. I badly […]

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Awamat | Lebanese Donuts ~ L for Lebanon

When it came to L, I don’t think I thought much further than Lebanon. It was to be Baklava, a dish that seem to be on my to do list for the longest time. I am not sure why I have been procrastinating from doing this relatively simple dessert. Well you have the complicated version […]

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Khabees Al Nikhi ~ K for Kuwait

On the eleventh day it’s going to be K and I targeted Kuwait. While all Arabian cuisines are almost similar in their cuisines, the spices differ a bit and the way it is served. I settled on a sweet and was trying hard to check out something else. I did come across a Zaatar Pita […]

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Manaqish | Jordanian Zaatar Flatbread ~ J for Jordan

In my journey around the world on a culinary tour, my next stop was in Jordan for J. While it was overdose of geography and history rolled in one when I was reading about the different Arabic countries and their cuisine, I decided I would simply stick to Jordan. I had earlier wanted to do […]

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