From camel carpaccio to camel bourguignon and gold-leaf burger, the meat offered traditionally at big festivities of bedouins has become a fancy ingredient in the Gulf’s prestigious restaurants.
WASHINGTON: Some diseases just have a bad name. But even when their commonly known labels glorify Nazi doctors or slander certain ethnic groups, old habits are hard to change, experts say.
Many people have the habit of taking a short sleep during the day, also known as napping. To many people this habit is connected to their ability to achieve their daily tasks.
For the last two weeks, I have been discussing a particularly powerful healing plant like none I have come across before, the aloe family of plants (alluded to in previous articles).
Read a story about salmon, and the odds are good that, somewhere, it’ll tell you that wild salmon tastes better than farmed. But does it?
In my last article, I examined some of the many healing and immune-lifting merits and nutritional values of the aloe family.
Italian cuisine, mainly known for its pasta and pizza, is a kaleidoscope of its regional cooking.
SO BOLD ARE the flavors in “Ottolenghi: The Cookbook” that author Yotam Ottolenghi said he and his partner considered beginning it with a warning: If you don’t like lemon or garli
From political activists freed after years in Myanmar’s jails to stricken and impoverished families, all are welcome at Yangon’s Muslim Free Hospital — a symbol of unity in a country riven by re
Michelle Obama used the pull of the White House to convene a meeting Wednesday on food marketing to children, stepping directly into the tug of war between health advocates and manufacturers of pro
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