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Antonine University Spring Festival 2018: Souk el Akel, Zahle!
May 16, 2018

Zahle here we come... two days of endless fun, entertainment, great food ideas and the Universite Antonine Job Fair.


Ramadan Kareem





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Experience the Royal Wedding Cake at Magnolia Bakery Dubai


May 16, 2018 | UAE

Royalists and Royal Wedding fans based in Dubai and Abu Dhabi can celebrate the upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with cakes that will match the Royal Wedding cake itself. The happy couple have broken with tradition and instead…

What Does the World Eat for Breakfast?


May 14, 2018 | News

Where should your taste buds actually live? Go around the world and discover many kinds of breakfast!

American Kids Try Lebanese Food for the First Time


May 13, 2018 | Popular

Adventurous and adorable kids give us an entree into the world’s array of foods and snacks.

Creative Coffee Recipes for the Happy Drinker


May 13, 2018 | News

Getting a bit bored of the usual white coffee? Skinny latte starting to get a bit repetitive? Thought so. Take a look at these creative coffee recipes to add that little bit extra to your morning or weekend beverage!

InaBox: Bringing Home Cooking back in Style!


May 13, 2018 | Popular | Middle East

InaBox: Cook mouthwatering step by step recipes with pre-measured ingredients delivered right to your doorstep! Order what you fancy to cook from our community chefs weekly 10 recipe menu. Receive Washed, Chopped & Prepped Ingredients…



May 11, 2018 | Spotted Stories

The idea of ‘banning’ certain foods is nothing new. We all remember when Jamie Oliver famously had Turkey Twizzlers taken off the school-dinner menu, and the E-numbers backlash of the noughties. But these aren’t the only examples.…

5 Lies: We Need to Stop Telling About Coffee


April 30, 2018 | News

I love coffee.jp: I listed up 5 lies we need to stop believing about coffee. All I have to say is coffee is GOOD for you.  

Karm el Joz: A Relaxing Green Space


April 24, 2018 | Lebanon

Karm elJoz is a space for celebrations. Located in Taanayel, at the entrance of the Bekaa, it is one of the largest walnut orchards in the country. It is trees and green for as far as the eye can see! In between the trees, you’ll find 3 white…

Cheers... And Connect the Dots


March 27, 2018 | Spotted Stories

There's a trend lately with interactive packaging, and I think this is going to be something that's going to develop further in the future, taking design to the next level. Here's a fun one to check out... connect the dots and have some fun while…

Nutella Biscuits Are Something To Look Out For


February 23, 2018

And they look delicious. Nutella is great, isn't it? You can put it on crêpes, toast, pancakes... or, let's be honest, you can just dig into that jar with a spoon  and take a moment to enjoy (eyes closed). After the recent…

Coca Cola Peach is Now a Thing


February 18, 2018

Always pushing the boundaries, Japan just introduced Coca-Cola Peach. The drink is available in two sizes – 500 and 280 mL bottles – and is said to taste lightly like peaches. The label keeps the Coca-Cola’s traditional red…

Kinder Bueno Launches it's Ice Cream


February 16, 2018

Soon Kinder fans will be able to enjoy Kinder Bueno Ice cream. Three kinds of this ice cream will be out including a Kinder Ice Cream Sandwich, a Kinder Ice Cream Stick or a Kinder Bueno Ice Cream Cone. A description on a German supermarket…

Build Your Own Chocolate Christmas Tree with Alain Ducasse


December 24, 2017 | Spotted Stories | France

Alain Ducasse has produced a chocolate Christmas tree that comes flat-packed in a box, with a pair of white gloves to be worn while assembling it. The different levels of the Alain Ducasse tree are covered in various nuts, seeds, and dried…

What Makes it Special... The Same Lebanon of 1960, A Poem by Gaston Chikhani


November 12, 2017 | Popular

I am, like many, proudly Lebanese! The charm of a land called Lebanon... Un Poème de Gaston Chikhani Récité au Théâtre de 10 h en 1960 a Beyrouth Il est toujours vrai et d’actualité pour les…

12 Plants for Improving Your Health & Home


November 11, 2017

From lavender to lemongrass, rosemary to aloe vera, plants can do wonders for our wellbeing, emotion and the environment around us. We’ve looked at our favourite outdoor and indoor plants renowned for improving both our health and our…

A Typical Lebanese Couple at a Restaurant... Don't Waste Food!


October 17, 2017 | Popular | Middle East

Find out why Sherine and Hamza are having a hard time leaving this expensive restaurant peacefully. Heads up, it might not be exactly what you had in mind. http://www.foodblessed.org/MaBadda2iste7a#MaBadda2iste7a #WFD2017 #SDG12…

Tuthilltown: New York's First Whiskey Distillers


October 15, 2017 | Spotted Stories | USA

Tuthilltown Spirits Farm Distillery is New York’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition, distilling some of America’s most prized spirits in the Hudson Valley. Before Prohibition more than 1,000 farm distillers produced alcohol…

Street Food Stepping Up: Food Trucks Continue to Drive Interest


October 10, 2017 | Spotted Stories

While food trucks were once reserved for pre-packaged frozen novelties and questionable street meat, they’ve significantly expanded their culinary horizons. Now you can find trucks dedicated to healthy, local, organic fare, trucks devoted to…

Where to Eat in Beirut: 13 great Spots for Your Weekend Trip


September 28, 2017 | Spotted Stories | Middle East

Spotted an interesting and detailed article about hot spots to eat and drinks in Beirut published by Petter Bäcklund from Stockholm. Peter recommended 13 places. Check out his review. Beirut has a vivid food scene and…

The 8 Must-Try Cheap Eats in Beirut, Lebanon


September 28, 2017 | Spotted Stories | Middle East

Eater: With a complex history bequeathing Ottoman, Syrian, and French influences on its food, Lebanon boasts one of the most exciting dining scenes in the region. Street food is limited in Beirut — you might spot a guy pushing a cart of…

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