Posts Tagged “Middle Eastern food”

Malfouf — the Rice and Roll of the Middle East

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Malfouf — the Rice and Roll of the Middle East

Malfouf — the Rice and Roll of the Middle East Published courtesy of ArabAmerica.com By Blanche Shaheen Arab America Contributing Writer The word “malfouf” in Arabic means both “cabbage” and “rolled.” So in Arab culture, cooks must have felt that it was only natural to roll up the cabbage around rice, and the popular dish…

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Karshat, stuffed lamb intestines recipe

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Karshat, stuffed lamb intestines recipe

Karshat, stuffed lamb intestines recipe Stuffed lamb intestines and tripe are popular Mediterranean food recipes. Here is a simple recipe to prepare this Middle Eastern delicacy. By Ray Hanania Stuffed lamb intestines is a very popular Mediterranean recipe in the Arab World, in Greece and in the Mediterranean sea region. It’s a very simple recipe…

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Arab Museum offers Eating Tour of Dearborn

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Arab Museum offers Eating Tour of Dearborn

Dearborn is the Plymouth Rock of the American Arab community, but it is also the culinary capitol of Middle Eastern food. If you want to truly enjoy Middle East — or more specifically Arabian food, Dearborn is the place to go. The Arab National Museum has announced a new program called “Yalla Eat!” to introduce the…

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“Julie Taboulie” is really cooking on TV

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“Julie Taboulie” is really cooking on TV

“Julie Taboulie” is really cooking on TV By Ray Hanania Julie Taboulie is a Lebanese American chef and television talk show host who made her name by fine tuning the art of Middle Eastern cooking. Today, “Taboulie,” whose real name is Julie Ann Sageer, is from Central New York of Lebanese American heritage. Her online…

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