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I am so happy to find this website, I to am of Syrian decent. My grandmother and grandfather were from Damascus, Syria and there marriage was arranged when they were young. They died when I was young. My father died when I was in my 20′s. I only learned how to cook syrian rice, bread pudding and my rendition of coosa. I know I don’t make that the right way. Recently I have been in touch with a cousin who will not give up the family recipes for some reason. And this is why I am so thrilled to have found you. I have briefly checked out your site and am ready to continue to see what you have. I am hoping to find recipes for the foods I remember when I was young. Stuffed Cabbage, Coosa, Fathia and Fasulia, I hope you can make these out cause I know I am not spelling them right. :( I know there is probably more but I won’t get into it right now, I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting these recipes online. Once I learn how to make them you can take your recipes down.LOL :)
Cheryl said this on May 27, 2009 at 2:55 pm | Reply
Just want to drop a note that I enjoyed your step by step photos and the recipes are those that I wanted to try. It makes it easier for me to try those recipes at home.
Divina said this on July 14, 2009 at 5:55 am | Reply
Your website is wonderful and heaven-send.I am Polish who is married to Damascus-born Syrian. I am familiar with a lot of your recipes.I was wondering if you are planning to add recipes to some of the beautiful pictures like spinach pies, your simple pizza or lasagna( my kids would love thoes).I would love to try most of your scrumptious cooking if not all of it.One more time thank you for your website.
Justyna said this on August 26, 2009 at 2:42 pm | Reply
Hello Afaf .
i love your recipes ,e try lot of then and it is wonderful,
i am start to open one food recipes webpage for american,arabic,and brazilian, because i am brazilian,but my husband is jordanian,so i want to ask you permission to put some of your recipes im my page,my page is not open yet, i will post your webpage so the people who clik in the recipe will see that recipe is yours ,so can you please unser me ,my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
girlane said this on September 6, 2009 at 6:27 pm | Reply
My name is Afaf too and my daughter’s Anwar same name of your cat, not just that but I would always describe arabic food to my American friends as heavenly which they agree on,I found your website by accident but so glad I did, I’m from Jordan by the way and as you know we have some similar dishes but with some slight diffrences,living in the states really made me creative for instance I make my pita on the stove which is much more moist then the oven baked ones, I’ve also been influnced by pakistani food and add some of their spices to some of our dishes , I could go on and on talking about cooking but i dont want to make it long on you.
keep up the good job :)
Afaf said this on September 19, 2009 at 12:05 pm | Reply
Thank you for your delicious recipe! I’m going to make it for my in-laws for New Year!
carroll said this on December 27, 2009 at 12:44 pm | Reply
Oh I hope you can help, I am looking for a recipe! When I was younger my mom dated a jordanian, when the family got together, they would make this Baked Cauliflower with sauce dish. It if I am not wrong at some type of nut in it also. I would love to have the recipe, I THOUGHT it was called Tahiti, but I think I am wrong. If you have every heard of this, please, PLEASE e-mail me the recipe if you know. I would love to make it again, that out of all the dishes we ate was my favorite.
Jean Coudriet said this on January 18, 2010 at 4:38 pm | Reply
I loved listening to your podcast and looking at your recipes. My father’s parents came to the USA from Syria. I grew up eating all of the wonderful Syrian food. We had frequent family gatherings as we enjoyed the delicious food. Thank you for sharing your food and culture! It was great to hear you talk about the way it was in Syria, and I could see that some of those customs had been carried on by my grandparents. I am grateful for my great family experiences.
Tamara said this on March 4, 2010 at 5:43 pm | Reply
can you please give the recipe for that homemade ashta that you show in the pyrex with pineapple on top looks good thank you.
Sylva said this on May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am | Reply
please tell me where I can find your recipes, especially the eggplant with yogurt and pommagrante and your hummos pictured in the Vegeterian section, they look divine. thankyou
mabel said this on January 2, 2011 at 6:37 pm | Reply
am really impressed , you’re doin so good!! waaaooo
I just wanna get Tahina recipe, am livin in Algeria and there’s no Tahina in stores, so please help me !! :)
Tahia said this on August 4, 2011 at 1:53 am | Reply
Ramadan Mubarak. My husband and family are also from Syria and I was so glad to come across your recipes. I am an American woman who thoroughly loves the culture, family AND the food. I have been searching for years for recipes of my favorite foods and other recipes that I can make for my family especially now for when Iftar comes. I saw that you have pictured on your website, meat bread and I was unable to find the recipe. Is there anyway that you can email or update your website with this?? Thank you and I will be putting your recipes to use this ramadan.
Diana said this on July 26, 2012 at 10:59 am | Reply
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