It doesn’t get much purer or simpler than a recipe of harissa paste to delight your taste buds.
Sauteed mushrooms and onions are a wonderful combination that are a wonderful addition to so many foods.
These mini “Arab Pizzas” are perfect for parties and gatherings!
Arab people tend to be big fans of Indian food, not so different from most people around the world.
There is nothing as good or satisfying as homemade hummus, served at your very own kitchen table.
Breaded mushrooms can be delicious – crunchy on the outside, with a lovely mushroom on the inside.
This humble spinach pie from the Middle East is anything but ordinary.
Cranberry stuffing is by far my favorite kind of stuffing at Thanksgiving, and a must for my table.
Buckwheat is a relatively unknown food for many, but one you’ll be glad you tried.
I remember as a child how delighted I’d be when my mother made us cornbread muffins.
Artichokes are very tasty regardless of how they are cooked, but I especially like fried artichoke hearts.
This is a superfood grain that is easy to cook and is delicious.
You’d be surprised about just how many dishes you can use cilantro garlic sauce in.
Pairing the deep taste of garlic in this labneh recipe creates the perfect partnership.
Maybe this is why Egyptians are generally such happy people!
A full flavor tomato experience!
Batata Harra is a wonderful addition to any mezze, with its combination of crunch and heat from the pepper, it really is to die for.