by Nadia Aly
Ta3meya, or falafel, is a must in every Egyptian breakfast. Most of us usually just get it from the nearest foul cart, because, duuh, they’re cheap AF. What you don’t know, however, is that you can make them yourself — and you needn’t be a master chef to do so. This following recipe is […]
Located in 141 East 96th Street, New York, Gyro96 has been spreading the fragrances that would sweep Egyptians living in New York off their feet and carry them in a moment of nostalgia to the motherland with its delicious cuisines.
Ahhh, Ramadan! You really get our creative juices flowing. Especially when it comes to desserts. In Egypt, a7na we take creative to the next level sa3at, sometimes resulting in masterpieces, but most times it ends up being bizarre; which is why we’re gathered here right now. We give you the shrimp konafa sushi. […]
On May 1st, what is known as “3eid el 3ommal”, Borough Market was filled with deliciousness as four falafel masters competed in the very first London Falafel Festival. Egypt’s very own chef Mustafa Elrefaey of Zooba competed and represented Egypt, featuring his charred-aubergine-stuffed falafel made with fava beans, served over baba ghanouj and drizzled with beetroot and hibiscus […]