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There is probably no other culinary delight that is as ubiquitous on Iftar tables across the GCC during Ramadan, as Cheese Samboosa. Although Samboosa (AKA Samosa) is not an authentic Arabic snack, it is one that has been widely adopted (due in large part to the influence of Indian and other South Asian cultures on...
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Greetings dear readers, and Ramadan Kareem to all of you who celebrate what I personally consider to be the most wonderful time of the year! I’ve spoken before on spending Ramadan without my family, and while I still maintain that it definitely doesn’t have the same flavour to it – it’s a time of year I continue...
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A topic I’ve been passionate about for quite some time now, is the fight against fast fashion. It all started around two years ago, when I watched possibly one of the most groundbreaking and eye-opening documentaries I have ever seen: The True Cost. Only after watching what can only be described as a harrowing expose against...
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Imagine stumbling across a secret garden. A heavenly oasis filled with lush greenery, reclaimed wood furniture and some of the most incredible vegan food in all of Dubai. When I first laid eyes on Life ‘n One over a year ago it was truly love at first sight. Everything from the laid-back atmosphere to the...
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I don’t know what it is, but something about bringing food to a barbecue unleashes a competitive streak in me. It’s instant, too. Within seconds of being invited to what is essentially an afternoon of alfresco dining in someone’s backyard, the wheels in my head start to spin. “What do I make?” “Should I go...
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I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve never been great at sticking to my New Year’s resolutions. What’s that saying about the best laid plans? While I’m sure this particular shortcoming is definitely not unique to me, one reason why I think I’ve been unsuccessful in the past is that I tend to bite...
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I must admit, I had more trepidation about visiting Japan than any other country I had ever travelled to in my life. Despite hours of research spent pouring over blogs, TripAdvisor and of course, HappyCow – I had absolutely no idea what to expect. Would be it too expensive? Would it be a nightmare to...
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What’s that saying? If you can’t do something perfect, don’t bother doing it at all? Okay granted, that isn’t actually something most people say – but it is something I (unfortunately) tend to tell myself all too often. I don’t know why I impose such impossible standards on myself – maybe its the “type A”...
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Let the record show. There are far less savoury Halloween-themed recipes on the internet than there are sweet ones. I mean, I suppose that makes sense considering that candy is essentially the hallmark food group for the holiday, but as a result I found myself at a total loss when deciding what to make for...
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Let the record show that I am not a fan of bureaucracy. But I mean, let’s face it – is anybody? I would like to think not. My move to the UAE back in May was marred with complications from the start but with the help of my thoughtful colleagues and some great online resources...
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