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Arabic food names

These “Arab pizzas” probably date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon close to the Syrian border, the capital of which is Baalbek. An Iraqi family named Haidar is at the origin of the recipe.

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These "Arab pizzas" called lahm bi ajin date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon.

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Date-and-Walnut-Filled Cookies (Koloocheh)

Persian Date-and-Walnut-Filled Cookies / Koloocheh Recipe (Fine Cooking), Gluten-Free

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Arabic "beehive" dessert / pastry balls stuffed with cheese, soaked in sweet syrup

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Celtic Baby Names

Celtic Names- (a combination of Irish, Welsh, Gaelic, and Scottish names) tend to have a magical, timeless, and musical feel.

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Over thirty different foods pictured in original, full-color illustrations decorate this poster which will look great on your classroom wall, or as a cover page for a unit study on food names in Arabic. It is a wonderful study tool, accompanying our other fun Arabic Food printables. The Arabic name of each food is placed beside each illustration in clear, easy-to-read Lateef font.

Hijazi coffee (also known as almond coffee, white coffee,or sweet coffee) is a popular drink in the Hijaz area of Saudi arabia (hence the name Hijazi coffee).Despite being called Hijazi coffee, this drink has no coffee or caffeine for that matter.It uses ground almonds in the place of ground coffee beans making it a perfect option for those who want to enjoy a warm drink while keeping their caffeine intake in check.This white “coffee” is velvety smooth, rich without being overly so. Add the…

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