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Conversation over pancakes


My six-year-old and I share a love of pancakes on weekends.  Some of our most giggly moments are spent in the kitchen mixing the batter and arguing about what shapes to make.  I can usually fool her into accepting simple … Continue reading

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La Dolce Vita


The Mediterranean basin dwellers always knew how to live. From Greece to Spain, from France to Lebanon, from Italy to Cyprus, every country touched by the Mediterranean flair has that special temperament with the typical fun and impatience common to … Continue reading

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What’s for dinner?


    “What’s for dinner?” You hear it in many languages around the globe every day. ‘What’s for dinner?’ A simple phrase we take for granted. We walk into our home, to our hotel, to a restaurant, and we either … Continue reading

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On Friendship


In less than a week I am going back to Lebanon for a brief visit.  One of my dearest friends is getting remarried and I can’t imagine not being there to share in her new-found love and joy.  My friendships … Continue reading

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What I miss about Lebanon, part II


The food.  Oh, Holy Mother of God, do Lebanese make the best food, that takes the longest time to prepare, the greatest care to decorate, and the most hours in the gym to shed after it settles to round those … Continue reading

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