Ramadan Cooking

9 Easy Things You Could Be Doing Right Now to Get Ready for Ramadan Cooking

very chopped ingredients

Caution ahead: There’s a lot of chopping on this list, so let’s talk about what can get chopped away first. And yes, it is easy to do a little extra when you’re already chopping at mealtime now, anyway. If not, set aside a little time over the weekend or on a weeknight after dinner.  CHOPPING Chop away, it’s good therapy. Trust ... Read More »

2nd Cookbook Tour Stop Takes Us to the Chicago Suburbs

We’re in Glendale Heights, IL and heights we reached! Perdesi Grocers took on the second stop of the Summer Ramadan Cooking cookbook tour, with a colorful audience! From aunties to newlyweds to grandmothers, tiny tots with sticky mango juice hands in tow, the crowd gathered around a cozy corner of taco salad, alcohol-free sangria, and watermelon coolers. There was talk ... Read More »

The First Summer Ramadan Cooking Chicago Cookbook Tour Stop

Starting at IFS

Eager eyes, chattering moms, and a delectable arrangement of lemons, watermelons, and garnish greeted attendees of the Summer Ramadan Cooking cookbook tour at Islamic Foundation in Villa Park. On the way in, the first 25 people received reusable swag baskets filled with goodies from our sponsors such as Crescent Foods, Taaza2U, Midamar Halal, Calphalon and Guidance Residential. In Rachel Ray ... Read More »

A Quick Guide to Dates & How to Store Them

Dates and Cream for Iftar

Our latest guest post is by Nadia Hubbi, Founder & CEO of Sweet Pillar & Co. Her chocolate-covered dates captured me so much that I asked her to tell us all about how to find the perfect one for our tastebuds and the origins of this ancient, lovely fruit so that we can appreciate them all the more. Let’s talk ... Read More »

5 Simple Steps for Planning Ramadan Meals

Get Your Meals on the Table Quickly This Ramadan With These 5 Steps Read More »