Ingredients 8 eggs separated 3 cups heavy cream 1 cup whole milk 1 cup sugar 65 g of milk chocolate (Easter Chocolate Bunny medium size) 1/3 cup unsweetened coco powder 1 Tbsp Vanilla 1 tsp crushed gum Arabica (mastic) (absolutely optional and only if you like the taste of mastic do you use this,Continue reading “Homemade Chocolate (Peter Rabbit) Ice-cream”
To Khamis AbuLaban, family is all he had left after he lost his village. And when you lose all that is material and physical in life, you always hang on to what is more precious, love.
This Article First Appeared in This Week in Palestine in the April 2015 issue 204. (www.thisweekinpalestine.com) by: Riyam Kafri AbuLaban “Khobaizeh (mallow) carries the DNA of our heritage,” said Vivien Sansour. She stood by her kitchen counter cutting green velvety khobaizeh leaves that we had just picked in Al-Walajeh, a small village outside ofContinue reading “Khobaizeh”
As we age, we pursue cooking to replicate those dishes in the hopes of reviving childhood memories and all the feelings that come with them, and in the hopes that we can create similar experiences for our own children. Food is, therefore, not just sustenance, and our journeys into our kitchens are not only a daily chore to put food on our family tables, but rather a deliberate, creative process in which memories, love, belonging, loss, celebration, and a sense of identity are created and engrained for both those of us who cook and those who eat.