Laylatul Qadr. The Night of Power. The last 10 days of Ramadan, the 10 best nights of the year for a Muslim. The nights of forgiveness, mercy, and grace, the nights that can determine our destiny. We make Du’a (prayers) about anything and everything, for our family, friends, and self. I still confuse myself about… Continue reading Zucchini Bread
When you live in Saudi, there’s certain things (things asides from food, but mostly food <3) that you can NEVER find, or they’re just really rare, OR they’re over priced at the grocery store ($10 for a box of cereal anyone??). One of these things is bagels. Bagels are not “just bread”. It’s so much more… Continue reading Whole Wheat Bagels
During Ramadan, the holy month of fasting for Muslims, my family is constantly invited to break our fast at sunset time in the company of other families. When you’re brown, these dinners, aka “brown parties”, happen all year round, even during Ramadan. During these lil parties, its courteous to bring the host some kind of… Continue reading Classic Cinnamon Buns
No matter where and when I eat breakfast, eggs always just happen to be a part of it. If I’m eating oatmeal, I’ll always make a side of scrambled eggs. If I’m eating a fruit and yogurt bowl, side of scrambled eggs, usually sauteed with some kind of vegetable. Always.
Welcome. To a blog filled with recipes that range from healthy, such as this, or to indulgent and savory, which I slowly hope to add soon. This is my space to show the world my kitchen and everything that happens in it, and overall my life (food being a major part of it ofc). Maybe… Continue reading Healthy Whole Wheat Banana Bread