I’ve been thinking of you here in LA. I remember how happy you were to find pomegranate molasses in Brooklyn, and now I know where to get it in LA. Yes, I found a grocery that I think you would love. So, if you’re ever out this way, go to Sunland Produce, they have numerous brands of pomegranate molasses, among many many, many other middle-eastern foods. Or just visit ’cause you love me.
Well! this blog has all about sharing cultures and thoughts. It highlights how Muslims and non-Muslims meet together to discuss their ways of life and mental approach in different aspects of life. Nice to know all this…
gostaria de fazer contato com alguém de Kfar Katra. Sou brasileiro,descendente de libaneses e meus avós vieram de Kfar Khatra. Minha avó Málaque Simão Metre e meu avô Feres Metre. minha família (Maalouf, Metre, simão,Salim, Abdalla, Saab).u tenho um primo chamado Felipe, filho de Wadyh Simão, ou Wadyh Maluf (não sei qual dos dois sobrenomes ele usava. Esse tio veio para o Brasil voltou para o Líbano e nunca mais veio aqui. Felipe era o único contato que tínhamso com parentes daí.
Sou comerciante em Palma, estado de Minas Gerais, no Brasil tenho cinquenta e oito anos e, para não erdewr os laços, há seis anos abri um pequeno restaurante onde tento reproduzir as receitas de minha avó.
I am very glad to have stumbled upon your blog. I am very curious about Lebanon. Maybe I am a little bias with Lebanon, I am not from your country but a I fell inlove with a gentleman from Tripoli, Lebanon. And we are hoping that one day we will be together.
Anyway, I want to understand the lebanese way of life.I believe that understanding where the person comes from, would help understand the person.
I have a great interest in different cultures, especially the language. It intrigues me so much how other people communicate, i love the sound of different languages; coming from a very diverse city, have given me that opportunity.
Well, good luck. Keep up the good work. Education will make everything possible!!! Congratulations!!!