I am using the title for the catchy effect it has. I don’t believe in superfood. I believe in super advertisement for a product that elevates it into a supernatural status. When will a time come that butter will be considered as superfood?
A quick setup for an existing space, but designing a new menu and testing it, then going on with it. Sprouts came to life in less than a week and it fully was operational.
Twenty three dinners and six brunches of solely vegan food. The menu is designed to fill you up on nutrients rather than bread (if you came hungry and could not resist nibbling on the delicious bread, I lift the responsibility off my back) with dishes that focus on pulses, grains, beans, and of course vegetables. Cooking vegan is a lot harder than vegetarian cooking or cooking with meats. You need to bring up the flavor with cooking techniques and spice blends, and the main ingredients themselves. It is challenging, and i think I played the challenge well.
We have a saying in arabic that literally translate to
“The splendor is for the rice and the burghul hanged himself”
Ever had too much work but you didn’t feel like doing any?
You sit, open your computer, and just stare at the screen. Maybe open a couple of links and waste time until the day is over and you come to the conclusion that you didn’t do anything all day.
This is a non-traditional dish with traditional Lebanese roots. Or maybe I’m making this up to make you fall for this delicious dish. It’s delicious and filling for sure. The only traditional thing I felt in this is the texture of the ingredients in the tomato sauce. Reminded me of burghul pilaf in tomato sauce, or burghul aa banadoura.