BEST BREAKFAST - Village Food in Lebanon + CEDARS OF GOD!
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Thank you to USAID - My visit to Lebanon was supported by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise Development Project.
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Thanks to Maya and Jad.
Thanks to Ibrahim Osta (Director Middle East & North Africa, Chemonics International): https://www.instagram.com/ibrahim_osta/ https://www.facebook.com/ibrahim.osta.35
Fadi Abu Jaber: https://www.instagram.com/jordanality/
Hadath El Jebbeh, Lebanon - We drove from Beirut to Hadath El Jebbeh, a small village on the edge of Kadisha Valley in Lebanon. In the village, we met up with Ward from Ward Cafe Trottoir who runs a cosy mountain restaurant serving traditional Lebanese food and local mountain dishes.
Here are a few of the delicious ingredients and Lebanese foods I learned about:
Husrum - Sour, young grape vinegar
Labneh - Creamy cheese made from yoghurt, essential in Lebanese cuisine
Shanklish - Aged and dried Levantine cheese
Awarma eggs - Eggs with salted lamb fat
Macaroon Toum - Lebanese garlic pasta
Kishk - Dried yoghurt with bulgur wheat, made into porridge
Kadisha Valley - After an amazing meal with Ward, we continued our journey into the beautiful Kadisha Valley and visited the spectacular Deir Mar Elisha monastery.
Cedars of God - The symbol of Lebanon, as has been for thousands of years is the Cedar of Lebanon, also known as the Cedars of God. They were spectacular to see in person, they are truly majestic trees.
Ehden, Lebanon - Finally, we ended this day in Lebanon in the town of Ehden for some sahlab - milk pudding.
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