As I write my current book, I have researched the early immigration of Syrians. Between the years of 1890-1924, the largest wave of Syrians came into the United States. My great-grandmother and great-grandfather were a part of this first immigration. It isn't a migration that is often discussed in our US history. During my research,... Continue Reading →
Food connects us to our past and future without having to leave our kitchens.
Last night my family and I hosted a dinner for friends for World Refugee Day #EatforSyria I would show you pictures but we were having too much fun and eating tasty food to stop and pose. You will just have to picture the stuffed grape leaves, the Kibbe dripping with juices, falafel and hummus and... Continue Reading →