Molokhia Indigestion

“I’m not sure,” she replied. “But they’re good in molokhia!” We both stared at a massive bowl of the Egyptian stew, steaming and emerald and waiting to get devoured. While Olive Tree is rightfully.

It’s that time of the year again–Ramadan–when Muslims fast from suhoor (dawn) to maghrib (sunset) for a month (June 17 to July 17 this year), all in the name of spiritual cleansing. And beautiful.

Bamia is an okra-and-beef stew native to Iraq, tasting equal parts Mesopotamia and Mississippi. Better is molokhia, a vegetarian Egyptian soup as regal as the Sphinx. And Jordan makes an appearance.

“I’m not sure,” she replied. “But they’re good in molokhia!” We both stared at a massive bowl of the Egyptian stew, steaming and emerald and waiting to get devoured. While Olive Tree is rightfully.

It’s that time of the year again–Ramadan–when Muslims fast from suhoor (dawn) to maghrib (sunset) for a month (June 17 to July 17 this year), all in the name of spiritual cleansing. And beautiful.

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