Are you hungry yet?

There's always the focus on food during Ramadan. Not just food but on pleasing all the senses. Facebook is full of posts about food, including pictures of what budding chef's have made. Bloggers are cooking too. Here are three food related blogs written by Libyans: 



This is an interesting blog that doesn't just focus on recipes. There are all kinds of food related articles that pertain to Libyan cuisine, dietary issues, and food news. Very informative - I learn something from each post.



This is a new blog that I found recently. Beautiful images and tasty recipes for traditional Libyan food. The posts are conveniently arranged in different categories. 



Desert Rose is on a mission to post her family's daily Ramadan menu.  She's one heck of a cook...masha'allah! I check this blog everyday to see what's cooking. 


Comments

  1. Hi Khadija,
    I'm Honored to make your shortlist of food blogs! I've been following Desert Rose too, but haven't seen the second blog before. I'll have a look to see what my friendly competition is up to!
    Happy Fasting
    Sarah

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  2. I'm always hungry! :) Thank you for this!! I am excited to check them out!

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  3. Thanks for including my Libyan food blog! :)

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  4. As I can't comment on "Libyan Food", I want to say this way: Thanks a lot for sharing the wonderful recipes of traditional libyan food. Most of them I have never ever heard about unless I live in Libya for over three years and eat with my inlaws regularly.

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