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Bites Fil Beit: Caket el gazar – Carrot cake

  /  March 6, 2014  /  Lifestyle  /  2 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Tagen ferakh bel batates – Oven baked chicken and potatoes

  /  February 27, 2014  /  Lifestyle  /  22 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Crêpe bel ferakh we esh el ghorab – Crêpe with chicken and mushrooms

  /  February 20, 2014  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites fil beit: Arnabeet ma’ly- Fried cauliflower

  /  February 6, 2014  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites fil beit: Moza we roz bel erfa – Beef shanks with cinnamon rice

  /  January 30, 2014  /  Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites fil beit: Batata bel eshta– Sweet potato with condensed cream

  /  January 16, 2014  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Kharshoof mahshy be lahma mafrooma – Stuffed artichoke hearts with minced meat

  /  January 9, 2014  /  Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Makloubeh – Lamb with rice and eggplant

  /  December 30, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Gambary spring rolls – Shrimp spring rolls

  /  December 19, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: mokabelat el gambari- Shrimp Appetisers , Gambari bel tom we el basal el ahmar –Shrimp with chopped garlic and red onion

  /  December 12, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Koftet el Gambari – Shrimp kofta

  /  December 5, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Salamon bel batates– Salmon with Roasted potatoes

  /  November 21, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  22 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: feteeret batates bel beid –Tortilla

  /  November 14, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Batates we kofta -Potatoes with baked kofta

  /  November 7, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  23 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Batates bel zatoon we gibna Barmezjan- Potatoes with olives and Parmesan

  /  October 31, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  22 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Kofta be salset tamatem – Meatloaf with tomato sauce

  /  October 24, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Shorba – Soup

  /  October 3, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Sandwachet tania lel-owda lel madares – More Back to School sandwiches

  /  September 26, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Sandwachet al-owda lel madares – Back to School sandwiches

  /  September 19, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Ferakh mandi – Mandi chicken

  /  September 5, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Tagen ferakh bel khodar wel batates – Chicken tagen with potatoes and vegetables

  /  September 2, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  22 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Keikat qos qazah – Rainbow cake

  /  August 22, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Dining, Lifestyle  /  No Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit: Spaghetti bel gambari – Spaghetti with shrimp

  /  August 18, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  38 Comments

We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!

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Bites Fil Beit Ramadan: Sodoor ferakh bel batates makhbooza – Baked chicken breast and potatoes

  /  August 5, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  No Comments

Ramadan offers a whole new challenge to cooking Egyptian food. The breaking of the fast, iftar, is the main menu of the day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

Iftars are meant to be shared and inviting your close friends and family for a home-cooked dinner-cum-breakfast can be daunting. But not to worry; during the month we will be giving you suggestions for full menus for light meals because of the warm days, accompanied with a complete recipe for one of the dishes.

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Bites Fil Beit Ramadan: Roomy bel wara’a ainab – Turkey with vine leaves

  /  August 4, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  1 Comment

Ramadan offers a whole new challenge to cooking Egyptian food. The breaking of the fast, Iftar, is the main menu of the day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

Iftars are meant to be shared and inviting your close friends and family for a home-cooked dinner-cum-breakfast can be daunting. But not to worry; during the month we will be giving you suggestions for full menus for light meals because of the warm days, accompanied with a complete recipe for one of the dishes.

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Bites Fil Beit Ramadan: Gambari meshwi au mahamar we kaboria meshweya – Grilled or fried shrimp and grilled crab

  /  August 1, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  No Comments

Ramadan offers a whole new challenge to cooking Egyptian food. The breaking of the fast, Iftar, is the main menu of the day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

Iftars are meant to be shared and inviting your close friends and family for a home-cooked dinner-cum-breakfast can be daunting. But not to worry; during the month we will be giving you suggestions for full menus for light meals because of the warm days, accompanied with a complete recipe for one of the dishes.

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Bites Fil Beit Ramadan: Ferakh bel basal akhdar we karee – Chicken with green onions and curry

  /  July 29, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  2 Comments

Ramadan offers a whole new challenge to cooking Egyptian food. The breaking of the fast, Iftar, is the main menu of the day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

Iftars are meant to be shared and inviting your close friends and family for a home-cooked dinner-cum-breakfast can be daunting. But not to worry; during the month we will be giving you suggestions for full menus for light meals because of the warm days, accompanied with a complete recipe for one of the dishes.

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Ramadan Bites Fil Beit: Shorbet esmak bahareya – Seafood soup

  /  July 28, 2013  /  Bites Fil Beit, Lifestyle  /  17 Comments

Ramadan offers a whole new challenge to cooking Egyptian food. The breaking of the fast, Iftar, is the main menu of the day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

Iftars are meant to be shared and inviting your close friends and family for a home-cooked dinner-cum-breakfast can be daunting. But not to worry; during the month we will be giving you suggestions for full menus for light meals because of the warm days, accompanied with a complete recipe for one of the dishes.

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Bites Fil Beit Ramadan: Ferakh bel asal eswed – Chicken with molasses

  /  July 25, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

Iftars are meant to be shared and inviting your close friends and family for a home-cooked dinner-cum-breakfast can be daunting. But not to worry; during the month we will be giving you suggestions for full menus for light meals because of the warm days, accompanied with a complete recipe for one of the dishes.

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Ramadan Bites Fil Beit – Sobeit ma’lee bel mayonnaise – Fried calamari with mayonnaise

  /  July 23, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

Ramadan offers a whole new challenge to cooking Egyptian food. The breaking of the fast, Iftar, is the main menu of the day and consists of an array of dishes. Traditionally the meal starts with juice, to prepare the stomach for the feast that is to come, and a savoury soup. Appetisers are up next, followed by a main course and a sweet dessert completes the meal.

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