Food

ArtSeptember 1, 2014

The Bread Maker

Moza Almatrooshi (@mozaalmatrooshi)

Moza Almatrooshi (@mozaalmatrooshi)

Column: The Heart of Making
Moza Almatrooshi is an Emarati artist and designer. After attaining a BA from Zayed University Dubai in Interior Design in June 2013, Moza began her journey in trying to find a place in the creative industry in the UAE, starting with catching a plane to Italy to intern in the UAE Pavilion in the Venice Art Biennale 2013. Since then Moza has dabbled in several experiences such as architecture, design, event planning, art exhibitions, and writing for independent publications. Moza continues to journey through life, art, and design.
With mass production sweeping the globe, artisanal talents struggle to retain relevancy. This column celebrates the beauty and human value added to a product that is created with skilled hands.
Moza Almatrooshi (@mozaalmatrooshi)

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Reading Time: 2 minutesThe article in brief: The inviting whiff of baked dough wrangles this article into a modest-sized bread bakery where all that is left is sweet doughy surrender.  Standing in line in front of “a hole in the wall” bakery, one would easily get antsy for their turn to come up, thanks to the gripping scent

FoodAugust 1, 2014

Parfait: A Delicious And Healthy Kick-Starter

Sidiqa Sohail (@sid_90)

Sidiqa Sohail (@sid_90)

Column: Musings of An Entrepreneur

Sidiqa is 25 years old and is half-Emirati and half-Pakistani. She has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the American University of Sharjah and a Master’s degree in Conflict Prevention, Sustainable Peace, and Security from the University of Durham in the UK. Sidiqa owns and manages the boutique-café concept store “Spontiphoria” in Wasl Square, Jumeirah.
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Reading Time: 2 minutesArticle in brief: This cool parfait is so sweet, creamy, and delicious that you’d be forgiven for mistaking it

FoodJuly 1, 2014

Pumpkin and Sage Bruschetta and the Joy of Small Things

Sidiqa Sohail (@sid_90)

Sidiqa Sohail (@sid_90)

Column: Musings of An Entrepreneur

Sidiqa is 25 years old and is half-Emirati and half-Pakistani. She has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the American University of Sharjah and a Master’s degree in Conflict Prevention, Sustainable Peace, and Security from the University of Durham in the UK. Sidiqa owns and manages the boutique-café concept store “Spontiphoria” in Wasl Square, Jumeirah.
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Reading Time: 4 minutesArticle in brief:  A simple and easy recipe for bruschetta that is always a winner and some thoughts on what makes life that little bit happier and more special. The best things in life are always those that we can’t quantify; moments. With most of us having incredibly fast-paced lifestyles, simple things such as an

FoodSeptember 1, 2013

Overconsumption Here, Malnutrition Elsewhere

Omar Al Owais (@OMSAlowais)

Omar Al Owais (@OMSAlowais)

Omar is an International Relations Student at the American University of Sharjah, with a passion towards politics and a devotion towards the rhythmic arts of poetry and prose.
https://omaralowais.wordpress.com
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Reading Time: 4 minutesArticle in brief: Overconsumption here, eventually leads to under nutrition elsewhere, this article tackles this issue in simple ways

FoodJune 1, 2011

The Universal Language of Food

Shaima Al Tamimi (@iamshaima)

Shaima Al Tamimi (@iamshaima)

Shaima, a 20 something year old who loves to immerse herself in all things fresh and interesting. She loves to travel, observe people and experience new cultures. Her quarterly column “Food for Thought” discusses important social topics from thought provoking perspectives. Shaima is also a food blogger
Shaima Al Tamimi (@iamshaima)

Reading Time: 4 minutesBy Shaima AlTamimi (@iamshaima) If there is one thing that amazes me in this world, it would be