This is the story of Walid and Maysoon Nasserdine who went back to their roots and opened the first vegan restaurant in Lebanon. Healthy food made with love! Thanks to Lebanon Traveler Magazine Slow Food Beirut #Coara #Vegan
You might have tasted her delicious Saj at Souk el Tayeb on Saturdays.. This is the story of Oum Ali who puts her heart, strength and soul into keeping the culinary traditions of her village alive. Watch this beautiful short documentary directed & produced by Nay Aoun (funded by USAID). Thank you Slow Food Beirut for striving …
Did you know za’atar has been traced back to biblical times? What are the ingredients of the Fatteh? Where does Moghrabieh come from? Discover Beirut’s history through its rich culinary landscape. Sahten!
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Author: Zahra Hankir / Photography: Sam Tarling
“Everybody should come here. Everyone should see how complicated, how deeply troubled, and yet at the same time beautiful and awesome the world can be [..] In spite of everything, I love it here.”
Watch Anthony Bourdain’s videos from the field as he discovers Beirut, its food, its people.
For all those who live abroad, here’s a little something to stay connected with Lebanon!
Koullouna is a monthly subscription box filled with Lebanese products, a taste of home delivered right at your door. Through small donations, the subscription will also be a way to support local initiatives that have a positive impact on the country.
Experience Lebanon in a box! Bravo Marielle and your team, what a great concept.
If you wish to contribute and get your own awesome -home away from home- box, here is the link to their crowdfunding campaign.
The cities of Zahle and Tuscon (Arizona) have been designated UNESCO Cities of Gastronomy.
Check out this interesting article to know more about the uncanny similarities between the two!
A while back we had shared a beautiful video by Nay Aoun on the story of one family who have been making Dibs Kharroub for over 100 years. She has recently posted a new video that has caught our attention and stole our heart. Nay Aoun describes herself as follows: “Im a filmmaker, photographer and video …
We just came across a video that shows us once again the potential of waste. This is a brilliant and inspiring initiative of vertical planting to grow organic crops in cities. A research & development project carried out at the American University of Beirut by Ziad Abichaker & Dr. Imad Saoud Shot, Edited and Directed by Nassif …