Trying Lebanese snacks

We all are doing our best to keep ourselves in shape and healthy, but come on guys, who deep inside doesn’t crave chocolate, chips and candies? Especially if you have certain warm memories… Check out the best Lebanese treats from my husband’s childhood! Trust me, they taste great as well! Source: Trying Lebanese snacks Advertisements

Trying Lebanese snacks

  We all are doing our best to keep ourselves in shape and healthy, but come on guys, who deep inside doesn’t crave chocolate, chips and candies? Especially if you have certain warm memories attached to these treats? My husband and I definitely do, so we headed to the nearby supermarket to get some typically … More Trying Lebanese snacks

Mutabbal. Dedicated to eggplant lovers

Eggplant is a handsome man, capricious in preparation, with an unforgettable taste when properly handled. It has a hard skin, but a soft and pleasant core. The oriental prince of vegetables with a plurality of minerals and vitamins with antioxidant and anti-cancer properties; lowering cholesterol and improving blood flow. Frankly, I think Russians don’t know … More Mutabbal. Dedicated to eggplant lovers

Ehden on Earth

I have been repeating from my first post that Lebanon is an insanely beautiful country! Yes it has a lot of garbage everywhere, even in the mountains, and it spoils the whole impression. But nevertheless, the nature of Lebanon is just magical, mountainous countryside and sea views can be seen and photographed endlessly. Every Sunday … More Ehden on Earth

Anjar: Umayyad heritage in the heart of Bekaa valley

Finally I am here to tell you about a part of Bekaa valley, locked between Mount Lebanon on the West and Anti-Lebanon mountains on the East. It’s a very controversial place that has amazing breathtaking landscapes from one side and safety problems due to unstable situation closer to the Syrian boarders on the other. It’s … More Anjar: Umayyad heritage in the heart of Bekaa valley