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This isn't really a formal recipe post but more of a suggestion for what you...
For some reason, during Ramadan I tend to see, make, eat and enjoy appetizers the...
WRC Rally Cup
Everyone has some sort of comfort food. Some people love cakes for soothing comfort; others...
'Eid Mubarak to you and your families! May all your fasts and prayers be accepted. We've fasted...
This is by far one of my absolute favorite Fall soups. I look forward to it every year because it utilizes fresh, seasonal and...
This is the quickest oven-baked frittata to prepare. Normally I would add flour and milk to a dish like this, but on the day...
Ok, I know I'm really pushing this whole Scandinavian food thing here. Most people weren't really turned on to the Norwegian Veal Scallops in...
During my college years, I had a small patch of land in my back yard and would often make nice homemade meals for my younger...
Lentil soup is one of my all-time favorite soups. I can’t believe I waited until the end of Ramadan to finally make a huge...
One of the most useful tools I have in the kitchen for roasting chicken and other small birds is this upright roasting rack that actually folds away for easy storage. Once you put the...
Nadia Hubbi of Sweet Pillar & Co. gives us her take on how two of the healthiest and most traditional nuts of the Middle East stack up in food history, health benefits and culinary...
Unless you have an amazing Asian store nearby that sells fresh ingredients from the East, it’s pretty hard to find things like lemongrass, real coconut and interesting chili peppers to cook with, unfortunate because...
Rogan Josh is a north Indian curry dish that is typically served with lamb. The word rogan is Persian for oil and josh mans hot or heat (some also say it means passionate). Despite the name or meaning,...
It's true, I travel with food. It's not because I'm a food blogger, a halal foodie or averse to outside food. It's because I like to feel good and comfortable by eating what I...
You may have already heard about Saffron Road's new vegetarian entrees, which are making quite a buzz on places like Facebook and Twitter. Vegetarians, vegans and those who are gluten-free are raving about the flavors...
tIt's no secret that many people are suffering right now as a result of unemployment, rising costs of food and just about everything else. We're bombarded with news and information about the fluctuating economy...
It isn't every day that you get to 'meet' a pastry chef like Malika Ameen. If you don't know her already, here's a great chance to get acquainted with one of the country's finest...
Saturday was a crisp fall morning perfect for heading out to any farmers' market, even if just to take a look at all of the beautiful fall colors existing within the produce: bright red...
Everyone could use a few shortcuts when it comes to party planning and Ramadan is the best time to cut your prep time way down. That's why I love the Deli Halal meats because...
6 Muslim-Friendly Destinations In Indonesia You Should Visit When most people think of Indonesia, Bali is the first destination that comes to mind; however, it’s not its most Halal-friendly one. There are six destinations...
:The first time I was in Sicily, I had the foodie experience of a lifetime. The second time around, it was topped even more so by enjoying more street food than family gatherings. One...
My all-time favorite desserts are the simplest ones. I am not a fan of spending a lot of time making sweet things, only because I try to focus more on the main dishes but...
Last Spring when I was in Washington, D.C. to attend the Global Food Security Symposium, my friend and fellow food blogger, Laura Kumin and husband Kevin invited me to stay with them and enjoy...
Recently I had the sheer pleasure of having a wonderful, heartfelt discussion with Naazish Yarkhan whom I first met years ago when she was volunteering for ICNA and taking donations for refugees at the...