At what point can you say that you've mastered Middle Eastern living?
Below the beautifully illuminated rooftops of this particular Middle Eastern city lurk sneaky taxi drivers, one-way streets, useless traffic signals, and zero pedestrian crossings. (Facebook)
16 signs that you’re getting really good at Beirut
All the expats living in Beirut and Lebanese who grew up abroad before coming to the city know that Lebanon can take some time to get used to. There are all those little quirks and peculiarities that we just have to adapt to. Some people manage to do this faster than others and some have a harder time.
Semolina Pancakes with Honeycomb Ricotta & Almond Butter
In honour of Shrove Tuesday, I thought I’d share another favourite from The Jewelled Kitchen (AKA Pomegranates & Pine Nuts). These semolina pancakes are known as beghrir in North Africa, which means “1000 holes”. The name refers to the multitude of holes that develop on the surface as they cook. - See more at: http://www.dirtykitchensecrets.com/semolina-pancakes/#sthash.LmFv9Mll.dpuf
Source: Dirty Kitchen Secrets
This brow routine is especially great for people who choose not to pluck their brows as cleaning up your desired shape with concealer creates a crisp and perfected look. As long as you blend the concealer in well and always do this before foundation it will look undetectable!
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Meet Chanklish el Tarab & Malik El Chakala: Chef Ontoine
I never thought I’d see Chef Antoine el Hajj singing! He has a terrible voice that’s for sure but the video is hilarious. Check it out:
Source: Blog Baladi
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