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Category Archives: Food
Photo Of The Week – A Smile Changes Everything
Do you like Kiwis? You don’t? Well, this smile will make you change your mind. More From Egypt Soon Brigitte
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Food Tagged Commerce, Fruit, happiness, Street Vendor Leave a comment
Egypt’s Daily Life – Drinking Coca Cola!
Fortunately there are things in this world that defy believes, religion and all borders and show us that we are not that different after all! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Egypt, Food, Tourism Tagged Coca Cola, Likeness, soft drinks Leave a comment
Egypt’s Daily Life – Who needs a Supermarket?
It is organic, it is fresh, it has never seen a … Continue reading
MARKET DAY – ORGANIC FOOD ONLY
Twice a week, Tuesdays and Saturdays it’s market day in this country village on the West Bank near Luxor. If you buy fruit, vegetables, a live duck or a live chicken it is all organic. … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Food, Luxor, Travel Tagged Chicken, Cooking. Shopping, Ducks, Geese, Housewives, Organic Food Leave a comment
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – A FAMILY PICNIC
It is the only tree around but it is all this Egyptian family needs to enjoy a day out. And for extra relief from the heat a trench dug around the trunk of the tree does the trick — plus for anyone wanting … Continue reading
CAIRO – EATING WITH NAPOLEON III AND EMPRESS EUGENIE
Eating is really not the right word when going to the Saraya Gallery – Dining describes it better. And once you are in the restaurant I wonder if the French food they serve is what will impress you most. The restaurant is part of the Cairo … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Food Tagged Empress Eugenie, French Food, Marriott Hotel in Cairo, Napoleon III, Omar Khayyam, Pasha Kdediva Isma'il, Saraya Gallery, Suez Canal, Versailles 11 Comments
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – DO YOU NEED A GOAT, A LAMB OR A DONKEY?
…..then come with me to the market in Qarana, on the West Bank where we bought all those organic fruits and vegetables a few weeks ago. Yes, that’s were livestock is sold too. There were hundreds and hundreds of animals at the … Continue reading
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – MARKET DAY
EVERY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY IT’S MARKET DAY IN QARANA, A SMALL VILLAGE ON THE WEST BANK ……….AND DON’T WORRY — EVERYTHING IS ORGANIC!!!! HOUSEWIVES ALL OVER THE WORLD ARE THE SAME – CRITICAL AND CHOOSY! NO TOMATOES HAVE EVER TASTED BETTER – RIPE AND JUICY … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Food, Luxor, Mothers Tagged Chickens, Ducks, Housewives, Onions, Oranges, Organic Food, Peppers, Tomatoes Leave a comment
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – BAKING BREAD
BREAD – FLAT BREAD is still today a staple of the Egyptian diet, like it was thousands of years ago for the Ancient Egyptians. Made only of flour, water, and salt, how it can be good? Maybe the secrets lies in the … Continue reading
EGYPT – MAKING A LIVING CAN BE A CHALLANGE
More from Egypt soon Brigitte