Traditionnellement, on sert les kibbe labanieh le Premier de l’an pour avoir une année chanceuse, ou « blanche », comme ce plat...

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Salée ou sucrée, mais pas les deux : la cuisine syrienne ne mélange presque jamais l’un et l’autre… sauf dans...

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The moments we spend at the table, eating, toasting, chatting, laughing or celebrating small or big occasions are for me...

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You can buy labneh at the grocery store, or make it yourself, as suggested here, by extracting the water from...

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On cold winter days in Syria, the mercury drops to around freezing point. We then buy this hot, thick milk in the small pastry shops of Damascus or Aleppo, and we drink it while walking in the street. Children love it (and adults too), and it’s a great comfort!
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Since we are not all equipped at home with a vertical rotisserie similar to those found in Syrian and Lebanese fast-food restaurants, we instead cook our shish-taouk chicken on skewers (on the barbecue, in the oven or even on pan!).

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It is the dish of special days and the star of our festive meals.
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A bit like we do for fattoush salad, we like to sprinkle this simple soup with crispy pita chips when serving.
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