I love how food culture in the Mediterranean region is so diverse, yet sometimes so comparable. You might think food in Italy is totally different from food in Lebanon or Syria, but the fact is, in some areas of Italy there are foods that are very similar to traditional dishes found in other parts of the Mediterranean! Check out post link above for more!
Mouneh is the word used in Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Palestine to indicate the tradition of preserving organic seasonal produce consisting of vegetables, yoghurts, herbs and fruits, kept in a food-safe place for culinary use during off-season months. Read on to find out about some of the common ingredients in Mouneh!
The first episode in my Illustrated Women Who Can blog series is about the female Syrian refugee who inspired this series, Um Fouad. Meet the woman who changed the lives of many refugees with her inner strength and resilience.
There is something so refreshing about the blue-and-white colour combination that Tunisian ceramics and tea pots often sport. Check out this post for more about the inspiration behind this illustration!