Not pancakes, not even crepes, though sometimes referred as such, MSEMMEN are a favorite Moroccan treat. These fried envelopes of puff dough are to die for! Traditionally served all deep-dipped in honey-butter sauce with Moroccan mint tea, they are the best for afternoon tea (or my all time favorite late night late night ceremony). They are… Continue reading Pancake Week – You Have Not Tasted This One Before
In response to the "Write Now... Yes, Right Now!" challenge from PhoTrabloggeer and inspired by Amy from The World is a Book. One of my most valued possessions is a very old recipe book. It's an old notebook, a calendar diary of 1966, to be exact, with yellow pages and torn cover. It's filled with… Continue reading Pancake Week – Hand-Written Recipe
I hope you've already started collecting images for your 2015 Wish Map, which is due for completion by February 19, 2015. The most burning question of creating a Wish Map is: Where do I get those images that perfectly reflect what I want?! Back in the day I used magazines. Stacks of… Continue reading Pinterest and Wish Maps – How To?
Thnx to a dear friend for a timely reminder! Obviously, there is no need to re-post. It's just sometimes Facebook, an unlikely medium, spits something worthwhile, and then we have to either take it or leave it. I decided to take it this time 🙂
Numerology is a belief in special mystical relationship between a number and a coinciding event. Modern numerology contains aspects of a variety of ancient cultures and teachers, including Babylonia, Pythagoras and his followers (Greece, 6th century B.C.), astrological philosophy from Hellenistic Alexandria, early Christian mysticism, early Gnostics, the Hebrew system of the Kabbalah, The Hindu Vedas,… Continue reading Numerology of Days
Hamsa is a hand-shaped amulet believed to protect against the evil eye. It is an ancient symbol in the shape of an open right hand, present in Judaism, Islam and Christianity. In Christianity we call it the Hand of Mary, while it is the hand of Miriam in Judaism and the Hand of Fatima, the… Continue reading Fatima and her Hand – a Protection Symbol