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What’s tougher than living in a foreign country where you’re not fluent in the language and nine time zones removed from everything comfortable and familiar?
Was it because of the ingredients?
And are you not fooling yourself, too?
What’s happening to you, dear Lebanon?
Why, then, are restaurants and cafes and even epiceries charging exorbitantly for them?
Can we make use of this situation by trying, realistically and to some extent, to produce our own food?
Pomegranate and pine nut martini glasses?
Is the country on the precipice of an economic depression?
How would the burgers stack up?
Economy is separated into dozens of tiers labeled by the letters of the alphabet?
We are fooling ourselves, are we not, dear Lebanon?
This got me thinking about what and where he would go in London and what dishes the locals would be eating?
I was already in my Pajamas when I got GSNs that?
Doesn't it resemble an immaculate laboratory?
Enough is enough, how much more can we take?
Meat and two veg, fish and chips, a meat pie, Chicken Tikka Masala?
How much of your day is spent breaking into smile, or giggling giddily over sheer nonsense?
Those not familiar with it are probably wondering what is this fruit cocktail?
How to bide the time between meals?
How do you create if you’re utterly caught up in consuming?