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Our good friend Heba, from MidEATS fills us in on some of the history of Ghee, a staple in Egyptian cooking, as well as many other cuisines, and shares her knowledge on it’s health benefits, it’s history in Egyptian cooking, and it’s uses today. Read her full blog post here. Continue reading
Mahshi Wara’ Enab A recipe from our friend Heba Saleh of Mideats.com: Whenever I tell anyone that I’m originally from Egypt and that I love to cook, the first question is usually: “Do you ever make stuffed grape/vine leaves (wara’ … Continue reading
In traditional Egyptian cuisine, aubergines have been popularized by two main meals: moussaka and bitingan mahshi, or stuffed eggplant. Continue reading
Heba Saleh of MidEATS, is an Egyptian-American who spent her childhood in Bahrain and Egypt. She shares her love for food and shows us how to cook Middle Eastern specialties. Read her post on Ghee and it’s history here.