Posts Tagged “Food”

Palestinian-Jordanian food company continues to grow

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Palestinian-Jordanian food company continues to grow

Palestinian-Jordanian food company continues to grow Siniora Food Industries Achieved Net Profit of JOD 1.9 Million (USD 2.7 Million) in the First Half of 2017 Amman, Jordan/ Jerusalem, Palestine — Siniora Food Industries, a pioneer in the manufacturing of cold cuts, frozen meat and luncheon, announced its results for the first half of 2017. The results…

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Absolute best Facebook Page on Middle East food

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Absolute best Facebook Page on Middle East food

Absolute best Facebook Page on Middle East food There are a lot of misleading places on Facebook to get information on the Mediterranean Diet and Middle Eastern foods and recipes, but one of the best Facebook pages is called “Mediterranean Foods & Recipes.” You can click here to go to the Facebook Page and join…

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Mansaf, one of the most important Arab recipes

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Mansaf, one of the most important Arab recipes

Mansaf, one of the most important Arab recipes When you think of the romantic lifestyle of the Arab in the desert, you think of camels, black and white stallions, heavy black tents, flowing robes, and a silver platter of one of the Arab World’s favorite recipes, Mansaf (Mensif, Mensiff). This lamb and rice dish heaped…

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Study shows Extra-Virgin Olive Oil preserves memory

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Study shows Extra-Virgin Olive Oil preserves memory Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Preserves Memory and Protects Brain Against Alzheimer’s Disease, New Research at Temple Shows. Study prepared by the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University The Mediterranean diet, rich in plant-based foods, is associated with a variety of health benefits, including a lower incidence of…

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Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen entre to great recipes

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Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen entre to great recipes

Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen entre to great recipes One of the most refreshing and entertaining food programs showcasing Middle Eastern and Arab World cuisine is Julie Tabouli. From New York and of Lebanese heritage, Julie has been cooking since she was a young child passing on recipes handed down to her from her mother and grandmother. On…

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Zalatimo offers Arabic sweets & free serving dish

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Zalatimo offers Arabic sweets & free serving dish

Zalatimo offers great tasting Arabic sweets with free serving dish In 1860, Mohammed Zalatimo opened a small pastry shop in the Old City of the Holy City of Jerusalem, within the ancient Walls of the city surrounded by the world’s most important religious icons including the Roman built Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Zalatimo began…

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Send us your Arab American calendar events

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Send us your Arab American calendar events

Send us your Arab American calendar events If you want your events to be seen by the public on the internet, and they are related in anyway to the Arab American and American Muslim community, please send the information to us and we will post it on our Events Calendar. The Arab Daily News at www.TheArabDailyNews.com events…

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Christian Arab, Chaldean Arabian omelettes

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Christian Arab, Chaldean Arabian omelettes

Christian Arab, Chaldean Arabian omelette pita sandwiches. An unusual breakfast sandwich of egg omelettes, cheese, pita bread and your favorite meat (bacon, ham or lamb slices) By Ray Hanania Christian Arabs throughout the Middle East and the Levant and Chaldeans, Middle East Christians mainly from Iraq, often enjoy a breakfast sandwich omelette prepared with flat…

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Recipe: Arabian lamb, egg skillet for breakfast

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Recipe: Arabian lamb, egg skillet for breakfast

Long before we had technology to chill food, the early bedouins and family clans in Palestine, Jordan and the Levant including Syria and Lebanon, learned to cook using common sense. Lamb and goat were small animals and turned out to be a great meat source. Cattle would have been wasted. A breakfast was always an…

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Maureen Abood details her love affair with Lebanese food

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Maureen Abood details her love affair with Lebanese food

Veteran Lebanese American Arab writer Maureen Abood has just released her debut book and of course, it is about the richness of Lebanese and Arab foods. “Rose Water & Orange Blossoms” is not just a book of recipes but the story of Arabian life which revolves around great tasting foods By Ray Hanania Michigan writer…

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Would You Like Chicken Or Beef?

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 Would You Like Chicken Or Beef? By Lilas Taha It was dinnertime, and I was ready to eat anything the waiter would put in front of me, be it chicken, beef or any high protein combination!  But my client hadn’t made her choice yet, and so I waited for her to make up her mind. She…

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Video: Interview with TV Food host Julie Taboulie

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Video: Interview with TV Food host Julie Taboulie

Video: Interview with TV Food host Julie Taboulie By Ray Hanania Julie Taboulie joins us for one of our first Video Podcast interviews to discuss her popular and successful TV Food show, “Cooking with Julie Taboulie.” Julie, whose real name is Julie Ann Sageer, is Lebanese American Arab and her show features the recipes and…

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