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Mum’s Baba Ganoush (Lebanese Moutabal)

Mum’s Baba Ganoush (Lebanese Moutabal)

Baba Ganoush, possibly second to Humus, is by far one of the most famous and eminent dishes of Lebanese cuisine. It is particularly known as part of several maqabalat, Arabic for Meze‎. In Arabic, no one uses the word Meze and Lebanese daily life lunch […]

Thai Chicken Coconut Soup (Tom Kha Ghai)

Thai Chicken Coconut Soup (Tom Kha Ghai)

Tom Kha Ghai, or simply a Thai Chicken Coconut Soup is besides Thai cuisine’s amazing curries* one of the main national dishes of Thailand. It’so popular, you will even find it in simple coffee shops within Bangkok’s many shopping malls. One of the best Tom […]

Grilled Miso Salmon Fillet

Grilled Miso Salmon Fillet

This Grilled Miso Salmon Fillet comes unexpected and spontaneously and is somehow a “new” creation of mine. I am really honest on this one. I came up with the simple idea and the underlying trick while preparing another Sake Sashimi dinner for Nawal and me. […]

Mum’s Hummus

Mum’s Hummus

I had hummus a million times in my life and I always enjoyed it. It was part of my childhood and we had it whenever we visited a Turkish or Arabic restaurant. Most of my life it was impossible to get hummus in the supermarket (this […]

Coconut Cashew Chicken Salad

Coconut Cashew Chicken Salad

First of all, I am used, obviously due to my childhood, to Lebanese salads, which solely rely on lemon and the quality of olive oil and vegetables being used. Fattoush* or Tabbouleh** are the most famous and two main salads in enjoyed in Lebanon and are gaining […]

Sake Sashimi

Sake Sashimi

Fish in general, but particularly Salmon in it’s raw form is by far the best thing I can think of for breakfast, lunch, dinner – and if the circumstances allow it, in between meals. Therefore Sake Sashimi in its simplicity is the a logical consequence […]