Food Travel

    Exploring the Plant Based Food Scene in London

    September 23, 2017

    Four years ago, if you asked me to have a meal with out any source of meat, I’d have eaten your face off… Like what do you mean? Without Meat? Go away! But with social media and the internet contributing to food trends and even educating many of us to give vegetarianism or veganism a go, it is no surprise to witness the rise of restaurants going meat free. Away from the influence of the internet. One of my best friends…

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  • Food

    Zucchini noodles & meaty tahini tomato dressing

    T’is that time of the year again, where the words fasting and feasting go hand in hand. While most people are tricked by hunger to cook everything their heart desires and attack the iftar…

    June 8, 2016
  • Culture

    Through the #UnseenTrail of Diwali in Old Dubai

    After spending almost one year toying around the idea of taking a food trail with my good friend and Queen of food tours, Arva Ahmed from Frying Pan Adventures. And after several failed attempts…

    February 10, 2016
  • Food

    Rosewater & Matcha Buckwheat Porridge

    I had a bunch of fruit in the fridge, and for the first time in probably 20 years, I re-kindled my relationship with Persimmons. When I was a kid, the ones I remember trying…

    January 25, 2016
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    Mango & Baobab Breakfast Bowl

    I don’t know why I never started making smoothie bowls a long time ago! They’re such a great alternative to your regular heavy weekend breakfast and a treat both visually and flavor wise! Not…

    January 7, 2016
  • Travel

    Travel film: Colorful Hyderabad

    Starting off 2016 with wanderlust vibes and a video of recent trip to Hyderabad, India for a friend’s wedding. Wishing you all lots of travel and explorations this year. Enjoy  …

    January 1, 2016
  • Culture

    A message from Arab Women #WeCanDoIt

    If you have ten minutes to spare and watch something uplifting before going to bed, please let it be for this video. You will wake up with an urge to push boundaries, climb mountains…

    November 18, 2015
  • Travel

    Streets of Hyderabad: A Photo Journey

    My trip to India was super quick, yet didn’t fall short of Incredible. I dont remember the last time I visited a new place for only 4 days, but sometimes, all you need is…

    October 2, 2015
  • Food

    RAW: Kale Tabbouleh & Karkadeh Dressing

    As I continue to enjoy creating new dishes for Raw Ramadan (daily posts on my instagram). Most of my meal inspirations flow to my brain the minute I hit the produce section of the…

    July 8, 2015
  • Travel

    Exploring Qatar with The Dilmuni Couple

    I was contacted by the awesome travel duo, Maryam and Hussein (Dilmuni Couple) from Bahrain. We’ve been following each other on social media for a short while and noticed how similar our interests were. You…

    June 25, 2015
  • Food

    Why I plan to go Raw this Ramadan

    Ramadan Mubarak everyone, It’s that time of the month where we fast from dawn to dusk. It may not sound like an exciting occasion, however, it remains to be one of the most awaited…

    June 18, 2015
  • Culture Food

    Exploring Bu Saif’s Bee Farm

    I’ve always wanted to visit a bee farm and learn more about the bee kingdom. During the Qatar International Food Festival, I came across a small kiosk selling fresh, hot honey crepes and bee…

    June 6, 2015
  • Culture

    Mystic Earth Weekend

    Whilst most getaways tend to be in far away and lush green places, you haven’t seen what Arabian ones look like! With the hustle and bustle of Doha’s city buzz and congestion all week…

    May 30, 2015
  • Travel

    Travelling around Tanzania

    So I never got the chance to pen down my African adventures from my trip back in January. I was going through my photos and realized I had to show you how beautiful Tanzania…

    May 27, 2015
  • Culture Food

    A lovely day at Al Mazrouah Farmer Market

    I like planning my weekends around exploring different places in Qatar, Some friends heard about a local farmer’s market Called “Al Mazrouah Yard” a few minutes away from IKEA in Doha. The culture of…

    April 17, 2015
  • Travel

    The guide to London’s best foodie spots

    In my part of the world, Arabs are known for two things when in #Landan! Either they stick to finding Arabic or Indian food because they can’t live without rice, or they only dine…

    September 16, 2014
  • Culture Food

    When we went to #FindSalt in Abu Dhabi

    As a kid growing up in Abu Dhabi, one of my most cherished food memories would have to be the sound of the ice-cream truck driving around our neighborhood. There was something about the…

    June 17, 2014
  • Culture Food

    Speedy Beef Saloona for the Soul

    Last week, that fateful day, I got super sick. Fever, flu, body pain, the works. I was in a vegetative state on the couch, found solace from my tissue box and heaps of warm…

    May 20, 2014
  • Culture Food

    When the Turks came to Katara

    When in Doha, I like to spend my Saturdays doing interesting things and hitting new spots to explore. Last month, it was the “Turks at Katara” Festival celebrating all things Turkish. My official accomplice…

    May 15, 2014
  • Food

    Peanut Butter Overnight Oats with Berries

    It wasn’t long ago when I tried making overnight oats for my “on the go” breakfast fix. As the name suggests, you prepare them the night before, and have them for brekkie next morning.…

    April 14, 2014
  • Culture

    Queens from the Emirati Heritage

    There is nothing quite like taking a trip down heritage lane. Qasr Al Hosn, in it’s second year, is a culmination of all things historic about the Emirati way of life. A 10 day…

    March 23, 2014
  • Food

    Crossfit and Confused Chickens

    The second Tuesday of every February marks the National Sports Day in Qatar. In a bid to get the nation moving and active, corporations and sport clubs throughout the country organize sport activities on…

    February 13, 2014