As I try to make sense of the world, the kitchen seems to be the only place I have control, and the exhale of fresh qatayef makes me feel more safe and more at home than ever before.
Lentil soup is a staple in Palestinian cuisine, this recipe brings together my Palestinian self an my sweet potato loving southern self together.
Oranges are a Palestinian national treasure, a staple on our tables, and most definitely in our desserts.
From traditional one layered cake, to a modern layered cake. Get the recipe here!
Summer Round Lemonade, a staple in your pantry… (Moonet ElBait)
Sometimes the greatest gastronomical pleasures are found in the simplest of things.
Fteer b’za’atar:the roundness of dough, the sharpness of za’atar and the earthiness of olive oil.
This is a recipe of my own, that took several years of trying various ingredients to get to where we are, and I expect there will be many improvements to be made in the coming years. For now here it is!!! Ingredients: 360 g Flour 295 g Softened-melted butter ( i like to have someContinue reading “Chocolate Cake”
Um Ali and Damascus…
When I first set out to make this cake it was really an attempt to make a Gin and Tonic Cake for my brother-in-law’s fiftieth birthday. Seeing that he is quite the eligible bachelor, I thought that a funky recipe would be far more appropriate than a classic one. But you know by now thatContinue reading “Lemons and Yogurt Cake”