Lebanese food brand Al Wadi Al Akhdar is showing us the beauty of Lebanon and its green mountains. After visiting Jisr El Aarous, Ammiq, Kawkaba, Chahtoul, Hammana, Jaj, Bentael and Nahr El Joz, we’re heading to Baskinta.
Epitomizing Lebanese culture since 1857, Gandour evokes nostalgia, providing children — and adults — with a delightful range of sweet treats.
Hammana is renowned for its picturesque valley, named after the famous poet Lamartine. The Frenchman spent a significant amount of time in the area, which he considered to be the “work of God.”
There aren’t many brands like Gandour. For over a century, the Lebanese candy giant has been bringing joy to children — and adults — with its whimsical range of sweets that celebrate the Middle East. Here’s how it all started.
Al Wadi Al Akhdar is taking us on tours of lesser-known green destinations around Lebanon.
Al Wadi Al Akhdar is taking us on tours of lesser-known green destinations around Lebanon. After covering Jisr El Aarous, we move on to our second destination: Ammiq.
Al Wadi Al Akhdar is taking us on tours of lesser-known green destinations around Lebanon. Here, we start with Jisr El Aarous. Located in the verdant Shouf, Mount Lebanon, Jisr El…
Cherished for its distinctive taste and aroma, zaatar is one of Lebanon’s most flavorsome herbs.
The morning staple of the Middle East, foul is a firm favorite among the Lebanese. We take a look at this simple yet tasty dish served by Beirut’s street vendors and 24-hour restaurants.
We speak to wine and beverage specialist Najib Moutran to find out if the long heritage of the industry is enough for it to continue thriving.