This is one of the quick recipes that you could use to clean your leftovers and whatever is there in the fridge. Fried rice is a staple in Asian cuisine and I like to think it is a complete meal. It has carbs, vegetables, and proteins with enough salt to flavor the dish. The extra dose of proteins from the black beans makes this dish a super dish and takes away the guilt of carbs, if ever found! Continue reading
In case you have been following my Facebook page (which you should –> www.fb.com/cookin5m2) you might have known about my new big announcement. Cookin5m2 was cooking in another kitchen and making food for people other than my family. My mom and I were cooking at Mòtto and had prepared a special Palestinian brunch with exceptional recipes that wowed everyone. THE PLACE WAS FULLY, if not over, BOOKED!
Last week was a really busy week. Working five days a week from 8 to 5 then rushing to Gemmayze for the yoga workshop I got myself into.The workshop was from 6:30 to 9:30 but sometimes it extended till 10, and a bit more in a couple of days. Then I had to get back home, shower and sleep to get ready for the day after. I could barely do anything else. No energy to cook, or to blog, read, or even check my instagram timeline feeds.
Speaking of instagram, how many of you are getting into this #selfie frenzy?
This is getting out of control, right?
But it is trendy.
After the famous oscar selfie, #SellotapeSelfie, the #AfterSexSeflie, and our very own #SelfieRS for Road Safety (which is turning out not very safe), I decided to ride the trend wave myself and start a new craze that I’d hate myself if it picks up; #FoodSelfie. Continue reading
We are finally witnessing some wet action in Lebanon. Yes. It’s raining.
When we were children, we used to make up stories about the rain; God is watering the plants, God is washing the floor, God is bathing, or God is peeing. It’s a beautiful thing a child’s imagination but few are able to hold on to it as adults. Don’t you wish you never grew up? It’s a trap.
If it were for children to cook, except for those on Top Chef Junior, they would dump everything in one pot and it’s done. Or was that my sister’s concept of cooking?