What to serve when you are receiving, holiday edition

It is really nice to receive, nothing beats the bonding over good food that was cooked with love. It is equally so nice to walk in to your friends or family members or even a colleague dinner gathering with a plate or cake that you baked. Yet spending many hours in the kitchen might not […]Read more

It is World Mankousheh Day!- revisited!

Today we celebrate one of our national pride, Man2oushe! This dough, thin or thick, in the oven or on saj, topped with zaatar, kishk, cheese, turkey, meat or anything you desire, is the a lebanese breakfast staple, the best comfort food you can have. Enjoy it today and thank you Anthony Rahayel for making of every item in […]Read more

PtitNFit x Baraa El Sabbagh: when workout and nutrition meet!

It was a pleasure to be a guest blogger with Baraa El Sabbagh, a passionate  dietitian, sports nutritionist, and personal trainer. If you are looking for motivation and big flow of positivity, make sure you follow her! She developed a workout application suitable for beginners: My PTHub. I tried it myself and can tell you I […]Read more

The pantry Beirut: from Farm to Table; fall cooking class

How do you feel about cooking? For me, it is a pleasure! I love cooking and though I never thought of joining a cooking class before, Chef Sally Jane tempted me with her offer! Chef Sally, an American living in Beirut. Passionate about food since her early ages, she used to play the host preparing family dinners. […]Read more

Afaf: Just because …The new cozy address flavored with stories

Afaf, this phenomenal personality whose vibes dominate the place, that she did not even visit yet, is the inspiration for the new home bakery – coffee shop scene. Amani, a Lebanese, met Farah, the Jordanian, who is passionate about her grandma Afaf, the story was told and the two combined their passion for poetry, tattoos, […]Read more