Tkalia

Eid Adha ( festival of the sacrifice) or Eid Kbir ( the great festival) is the second celebration in our callendar after Eid al fitr. Muslims all across the globe commemorate the story of prophet Ibrahim ( peace be upon him). The importance of this festival is the spirit of sacrifice in memory of Ibrahim’s great…

Hasselback potatoes

If you’re reading this, you might ask yourself what am I trying to say, and why a food blogger is giving such a speech?  I always considered my blog a platform to convey straightforward messages; I am just using my voice for a good cause… If it bothers you, you might ignore the following statement…

Baked Veggies

Summer lunches call for greens… crowds of greens! The best part of summer lunches are those lazy quick recipes that are simple yet terrific to taste! Turning to some of these is your best bet for your wallet, time and health… Yesterday, I didn’t feel up to making an elaborate lunch… Besides, my dad brought a whole bunch…

Grilled doves

I have tried everything, from cooking to baking and I have recently expressed the willingness to try roasting! We do not own a roasting machine at our place so I chose to learn how to grill … It all started when my dad brought back some doves after his recent hunting trip; I should mention…

Cabbage rolls

Hey foodies, Cooking is art, it’s a way of life! I’m so proud to say that cooking changed my life and starting this blog has added spices into my boring life. I’ve learned to make “spectacular” and unique dishes from scratch, I mean I’ve never though that a single egg could make miracles… Spending 4 years…

Spinach & Goat cheese Ravioli

Hey Foodies, I felt like I just disappeared off the face of the earth, I’ve trying to balance working and blogging but it’s hard; My first 15 days at the internship have been intense, waking up each day at 6 am and having to make lunch and catch the train at 7:20 is pretty tiring… If…

Moroccan Tagine

The second day of EID ALADHA is very special, it’s the day when we have to butcher our UDHIAS’ carcass to preserve meat, share some with poor people and give the family’s younger generation meat for their “Tagine”. My family calls this ritual “Khalouta”, wich means “a mix” because children tend to mix things without knowing steps… And this special tradition isn’t…

Ratatouille

Ratatouille is one of my favorite movies ( though it won’t outshine ”spirited away” from studio Gibly!) It made me fall in love with cooking and creating new plates based on regular ingredients. The traditional Ratatouille is  made with cubed veggies ( eggplants, peppers, tomatoes; zuchinis and onions). This is, actually, the disney version of Ratatouille:…

Stuffed eggplants

Hello foodies, there are many ways  to cook eggplants. You can fry them, cook them to make zaalouk ( a special moroccan dish that I’ll soon post on the blog) or you can bake the eggplants. Well, nothing is better than adding those big juicy red tomatoes to the combination and make some super stuffed eggplants….

Spanish tortilla

Ingredients:  2 eggs 2 medium potatotes 1 big carrot 1 medium onion 1/2 cup of green peas 1 tbs Olive oil Salt, pepper Cheese Instructions: First, peel the veggies and cube them; Then boil the carrot, the potatoes and the green peas. In a pan, put 1 tbs of olive oil and the chopped onions, cook…

Moroccan Blind date

  Searching for an amazingly hearty, filling dish! You’re probably looking to impress your friends, or maybe the special one! Here’s your chance to make something that no one has ever done except me… You know why? Because I hold the secret formula! But since all of my friends were gassed for this recipe I…

Vegan Tacos with yogurt sauce!

Who said that meat and a hot sauce are the only best way to make perfect tacos? Check out this special recipe made in @thetaste0flife . Tacos have never tasted better ! For flour wrap: 3 cups flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp baking powder 1/3 vegetable oil 1 cup warm water Combine flour, salt…