“The Lady on the water” … dainty and sophisticated yet bold and adventurous. No! This does not have to do with any woman… this post is dedicated to one of the oldest hotels on the Dubai creek; The Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel and Towers. It used to be the only hotel seen from a distance; with its lights tinkling and dancing over the creek, surrounded by bustling shopping districts and traditional souqs. Continue reading
Who is Mid EATS? This little blog is a joint venture run by 2 lovely young ladies, Ms. Heba Saleh and Ms. Brenda Abdelall. These lovely ladies have just celebrated their 200th like (and will be a lot more by the time this post is out) but show them some love. Their cuisine is authentic and brings out the essence of traditional middle-easter flavors. While I’m away they decided to feed my blog with this slurp-a-licious guest post of a carrot-ginger soup.
So here is their lovely post of a Carrot Ginger Soup (Shourbat Gazar bil Zangabeel)
Now you do know that I am a toddler in my big group of Fooderati’s yeah… Well if you dont; now you do Fooderati Arabia is a great big family to say the least! This is where I have spent roughly 5 months blogging now and will be celebrating my 6 month mark pretty soon all thanks to the wonderful information, inspiration and support that fills the gaps between us all.
While I’m still trotting Africa, I’d like to offer big thanks to Ms. Dima Sharif who has volunteered to pop a wonderful Guest Post on here. She is an absolutely inspirational chef, who offers great baking classes and if you have second thoughts on my word check out her site: www.dimasharif.com or http://dimaskitchen.blogspot.com
So enjoy this mouth-watering recipe of this simple Asian Beef and Rice Noodle Salad
As you all know I am boucing around in Africa at this time, and few of my friends from Fooderati Arabia and elsewhere have offered to throw up a few guest posts for me; Arent they freaking sweet! I dont know how else to thank them.. maybe a few goodies from Africa
So i give you Ms. Marta Serrano, lovely señorita from Spain; this is what she had to offer:
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I have never done a guest post before but, as they say, there´s always a first time for everything! I am excited – wow, my food and pictures published in somebody else´s blog! – nervous – ufff, will it be good enough? Will Drina´s followers enjoy the recipe? – and have a sense of responsibility that I can´t even explain…