Did you know that Lebanon is among the oldest sites of wine production in the world? Old wine bottles in the cellars dating back to the early 1900s that were cemented together by years of dirt. Every year, we are thrilled to see our nation’s established wineries grow and the emergence of newer vineyards. […]
Every January, thousands of tech companies and media employees head to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Products like virtual reality headsets and compact vehicles were a hit this year, but tech companies are making much bigger plays for our homes, specifically our kitchens. Many of these products aren’t on the market yet, […]
Beirut’s pain perdu feud is becoming increasingly heated, here are the best restaurant to have most delicious bread pudding in town. Couqley BlackRock Balthazar Prune The Gordon’s Cafe Westgate
Byblos Christmas Tree..to become a worldwide symbol for the holiday trees same as Paris & London stunning decorations and trees! Here’s this year’s geometrical shaped Christmas tree which is also covered with golden papers!!!
When you go to Tyre, you should not miss Chez Tony, this friendly, tiny seafood restaurant, situated in Tyre harbor. At first glance, this simple place opposite the port doesn’t appear to offer much to the diner. But after sampling Tony’s ultra-fresh fish and shrimps, you’re sure to become an instant devotee. Dine on the catch […]
My best childhood memories, are when we would visit my grandparents in Kobayat. We get up in the early morning hours so we can watch my grandmother mixing the dough and bake the bread in the tannour. She would snatch the bread out the wall of the tannour, paste it with Zaatar oil mixture, fold it and give to […]