Tag Archives: ‘Eid ul Adha

Contemplating the Many Meanings of Sacrifice on ‘Eid al Adha

by Raana Smith My Eid-al-Adha 2012 checklist:  Read More »

5 Ways to Host an ‘Eidpalooza

I’m delighted to introduce you to a local Chicago woman who is doing some fabulous and unique things to help people celebrate   special occasions or take business branding ‘Up a Notch’. She ships her personalized party favors across the country in creative wrapping, and in this post Kiran Ansari offers tips on how to really bring life to ‘Eid ... Read More »

Lamb Stew with Pumpkin, Plantain, Sweet Potato and Chickpeas

lamb stew with plantains pumpkin chickpeas

When we look through recipes online or in magazines, what really prompts us to go out of our way to make a list and head out to the store with the intention of buying all the ingredients specifically for that recipe we enjoyed looking at so much?                                                                                      I look at food for a living, literally, and am incredibly delighted by ... Read More »

‘Eid Mubarak! How We Celebrated ‘Eid ul Adha

Brownies for

‘Eid Mubarak to all of my readers who celebrate this holiday! I hope you’re enjoying the festivities and will continue to enjoy them for the next few days, insha’allah. We’re making the most out of the fact that the first day of ‘Eid (it is typically celebrated for three days) has fallen on a Sunday when so many people have the ... Read More »

2 Easy Dips for ‘Eid Appetizers: Chipotle Dipping Sauce and Yogurt Dip with Fresh Greens

Two Easy Eid Appetizers | My Halal Kitchen

Whether you’re planning an ‘Eid celebration at home or bringing a dish to your host, you’ll want some recipe ideas for appetizers that are easy to make while healthy for everyone you serve. Chipotle Sauce and Yogurt & Cream Sauce are two variations on dipping sauces that go great with chicken bites In this post are two quick and easy ... Read More »

Hajj Season and Preparing for an ‘Eid ul Adha Celebration

Qurbani, also known as Udhiyah

The annual pilgrimage to Mecca, or the Hajj, is a once-in-a-lifetime obligation for the Muslim who is able to fulfill it (regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, social or economic status) and is one of the five pillars of Islam. It’s performed at the same time every year during the Islamic month of Dhul-Hijja (based on a lunar calendar). Read More »

Easy Eid Recipes

Hajj season has begun, at the end of which Muslims the world over will celebrate Eid al-Adha, the second of two Muslim holidays in the lunar calendar year. Most people will have small or large gatherings, though not as large as ‘Eid al-Fitr, or the celebration that marks the end of the month of fasting during Ramadan. That said, doesn’t every ... Read More »