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The Middle East-based food network, Fatafeat, has announced a lineup of fresh shows during Ramadan. Leila Almaeena from Saudi Arabia, is a certified life coach, and in this series, she will take viewers on a colourful culinary journey in her modern kitchen. The show is a new concept: a cooking show that builds a bridge between food and wellbeing. Chef Wafik Belaid is a native from Grombalia, a Tunisian district renowned for its culinary heritage. His love for Tunisian cuisine pushed him to showcase the beauty of his homeland through its culinary heritage.

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Instead, he references history, spirit and heart, respect — and progress. We like to eat hummus with tahini and nothing else. By preserving its memory, it can then be adapted. Unlike their ancestors, modern Arabs did not care so much for the culture of food and drink until recently, he tells Friday.

With no new developments or additions for many years, it has instead experienced severe neglect. Mohammad takes us there — you can almost smell it - as he talks about why he chose to specialise in Aleppian cuisine. These images and memories create a rich and deeply emotional portrait of a city and civilization. Now is the right time to understand, explore, document and spread its rich and beautiful history. The duo will also be in the culinary challenge tent on March 10 at 7.

What does that entail? This year we have a new mindset as I am trying to change and go for a degree approach to produce new content for Fatafeat. Also, we are growing our video database with new videos of easy and short Arabic recipes for Fatafeat.

Are there plans for culinary competitions like Chopped or Bake Off to be made here for the channel? Toggle navigation. Natalie Long Mar 6, Mohammad Orfali, guardian of Aleppian cuisine, makes the case for innovation.

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Instead, he references history, spirit and heart, respect — and progress. We like to eat hummus with tahini and nothing else. By preserving its memory, it can then be adapted. Unlike their ancestors, modern Arabs did not care so much for the culture of food and drink until recently, he tells Friday. With no new developments or additions for many years, it has instead experienced severe neglect. Mohammad takes us there — you can almost smell it - as he talks about why he chose to specialise in Aleppian cuisine.

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The capital of Lebanon, my birth country, the city of Beirut used to be referred to as the Paris of the Middle East. English, French and Arabic are the every day languages of all the majority of the people in Lebanon. My first magazine activity was to speak at a new magazine launch party called Abjad which translated from Arabic is the first four letters of the alphabet and is also short for the alphabets. The magazine is the brain child of veteran Lebanese journalist Bassem Bakkour.

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