A SHOT FROM THE TOP | DARK FOOD Photographer Vanessa Rees captures food from New York

A Shot from the Top

A SHOT FROM THE TOP | DARK FOOD Photographer Vanessa Rees captures food from New York

After having lived in Syria for the past year for school, I learned how to make several authentic dishes. They will probably taste different outside the Middle East due to the availability of items seasonally and brands of ingredients used. This dish is a blend of carrots, peas and meat in a tomato-based broth that is served with Middle Eastern-style rice. Arabs are used to having family over-its a family based culture-so its meant to be shared.

Lebanese/Syrian Bazella

After having lived in Syria for the past year for school, I learned how to make several authentic dishes. They will probably taste different outside the Middle East due to the availability of items seasonally and brands of ingredients used. This dish is a blend of carrots, peas and meat in a tomato-based broth that is served with Middle Eastern-style rice. Arabs are used to having family over-its a family based culture-so its meant to be shared.

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