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7 comments:

  1. Jessica- thank you so much for sharing your recipes and journey. Your recipes bring me back to wonderful memories of my mom's cooking. I had forgotten some of the dishes that she cooked but you have brought those memories to life. Thank you, Samar

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  2. You are most welcome, Samar. This has been a journey of memory for me, too. I am happy to share it with you.

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    1. I am really enjoying your blog and recipes. Thanks again.

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  3. Mmm, mmm my mouth is watering for kusa and waraqa now! :-D Can I request that you put on the Easter cookies that I love so much (ma'amoul and ka'ak bi 'ajweh)? I know it's a bit late but maybe for next year? Love reading your blog!

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    1. I love those cookies! I have requested a tutorial from my mother to learn how to make these, since I have only attempted ma'amoul on my own once and it didn't go well! It's on my list, though. I want to learn how to make them!

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  4. Thank you for this blog. My family never did measurements, it's really nice to refer back to these.

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  5. I just have to say, your blog is my FAVORITE online source for recipes, and every one of your recipes I've made has turned out delicious! I often crave Middle Eastern food and as a real foodie/WAPFer, I'm so glad to have your blog as a resource. If you ever write a cookbook (I think you have enough wonderful recipes and photos right here for one!) I will be the first to buy it!

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