Lebanese Food and Culinary Traditions & Thoughts

Lebanese Food and Culinary Traditions & Thoughts
Spring time always inspires me...

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

India on my Mind

Something happens to you when you visit India, it's a virus that invades your whhole body and leaves you restless for more....

to be continued...

I have an idea...will keep you posted.



A Humanitarian Effort - Soup for Syria

I would like to write about our project Soup for Syria. This cookbook effort is being carried out as a humanitarian effort to help families in distress.
 
It is not a political statement or a direct affiliation to any party.
 
I personally believe in peace among all brothers on this earth regardless of their nationality, creed, sex... etc... A family of 12 is living under a plastic tent, eating bread ...only!!!... and burning whatever is available in the garbage to heat themselves (poisonous fumes in the tent) ! This is unacceptable!
 
'I have traveled all around the country and have met all communities. They have all treated me as one of theirs. I am Lebanese. I have eaten with all and have been invited by all to come again. What makes us so special as Lebanese is our differences and how we can live together in a small country. No fanaticism required from any creed. Any human being is entitled to a minimum of dignity, we cannot turn a blind eye on this.
 
This is the key to peace.

What do children have to do with war?