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Sweet Giveaway: Amal’s Baklava

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Recently I’ve had the pleasure of trying a baklava that is new to me- it’s homemade by a woman named Amal out of her Los Angeles kitchen and it’s delicious in the way that only a  homemade baklava can be. For me, someone who grew up eating baklava from grocery stores that sold the hard but  flaky, almost too hard to ... Read More »

How to Make Your Own Eid Cards + a Giveaway

HafsaCreates Kit -patterned paper

The following is a guest post by Hafsa Taher of Hafsa Creates.  On her blog she’s got some cute ideas for crafts that you can do with the kids to keep them artfully busy, especially during the cold and rainy days we can most likely expect this Fall across the country. In the article below, she talks about how you ... Read More »

Patchi’s Chocolate Eid Giveaway

Patchi's Chocolate Eid Giveaway | My Halal Kitchen

Okay, so by now you all know that Patchi has to be one of my most favorite chocolates in the whole wide world. Truly, it was love at first bite for me. Which is why I convince them to give away these beautiful bundles to you. I’m looking out for your chocolate interests, folks.   Well, the folks at Patchi don’t ... Read More »

Midamar Halal’s Boneless Beef Short Ribs Giveaway

Midamar Halal boneless beef ribs

If you’re like me, you love to discover new, quality halal products that are popping up on the market to serve us and our halal taste buds. It’s so interesting to me to find different types of halal meat products done well- packaged beautifully and served up in convenient ways I grew up accustomed to my whole life with regards to ... Read More »

Patchi’s Tassali Box Giveaway to Kickoff Ramadan 2013

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Take a look at this chocolate. Wouldn’t it make a nice hostess gift? Or a gift to yourself? Patch is giving away one Tassali Variety Box (560grams, 19.75 ounces), a once-a-year-only treat,  to a randomly-selected reader of My Halal Kitchen (see details below).  The box retails at $65.00. This gift box contains 45 pieces of Tassali chocolates–mouth watering Ramadan specialties that will ... Read More »

Contemplating the Many Meanings of Sacrifice This ‘Eid ul Adha {PLUS a Giveaway from Silver Envelope}

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

Culinary and Cosmetic Uses of Argan Oil

Culinary & Cosmetic Uses of Argan Oil | My Halal Kitchen

Have you ever tried argan oil?  It is some really amazing stuff that is great for cooking as well as making yourself beautiful on a budget…not that you need any more beautifying, of course.  In the past year I’ve been using it in my cooking and even more so on my sensitive skin (the cosmetic grade) in a massive effort ... Read More »

Spice Up Your Life with this Harissa Giveaway!

Mina Harissa Giveaway | My Halal Kitchen

Have you ever had harissa, that hot and spicy condiment made red by combining chili peppers, garlic and perhaps some dry-roasted spices, then thrown into North African soups and stews for added flavor? I liken harissa to the French pistou of North African cusine because, much like pistou, it is typically added to finished dishes for the fresh and pungent flavor it provides, to top ... Read More »

Meet the Winner of the Green Deen Book Giveaway

Jenny Ferrani and family

It was great to see so much interest in our Green Deen Book Giveaway where readers were asked to submit their tips on keeping the kitchen green, or eco-friendly. All of the entries were great, and we thought one was particularly full of information about how to be really green. Jenny Ferjani, of Pennsylvania is a mother of four and ... Read More »

Green Deen Book Giveaway!

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If you haven’t heard of Green Deen: What Islam Teaches About Protecting the Planet or the book’s author, Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, you may want to pay close attention. He’s one of the first Muslims in recent history to call people to live a more eco-friendly existence, all within the practical and sensible teachings of Islam. His book also serves as an incredibly great teaching tool ... Read More »