Food is life, in the Middle East and elsewhere. Moving beyond cooking and recipes, we set out to explore food as a manifestation of collective memory, heritage and political struggle.
Ask anyone in Armenia — be it diasporan, repatriate, resident or tourist — where to find the best apricots in the world. The answer you’ll receive is: here.Read more
Sona Tikidjian is Beirut’s modest but shining star of Armenian cooking. Come make su börek and pastries in her kitchen.Read more
Delicious, tasty, cute and culinary Middle Eastern food blogs and websites enjoyed by Mashallah News, licking our fingers.Read more
Paola Salwan Daher, with a family exiled to Europe because of the Lebanese Civil War, identifies food as the link with her roots.Read more
Eating anti-capitalism: Gezi park protesters set a communal street table as the demonstrations coincided with Ramadan.Read more
Bringing back life to Iraqi-Jewish cuisine during one evening in Dubai at culinary artist Michael Rakowitz’s pop-up restaurant.Read more