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Introducing the 1st food podcast from Dubai with a focus on food stories from the city and the surrounding region. Hosted by Arva and Farida Ahmed, sisters behind Dubai's original food and culture tourism venture, Frying Pan Adventures -

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Apr 17, 2018

An enlightening interview with Claudia Roden, the legendary Middle Eastern food writer who's been publishing her cookbooks since 1968.

Podcast References

Visit Claudia Roden's Amazon page here to see her incredible list of cookbooks on Middle Eastern food, Jewish food, Italian cooking, Mediterranean cookery, outdoor...

Apr 3, 2018

The delicious basics of Bengali food with Kolkatta-born long time Dubai resident and food blogger, Ishita Saha.

About Ishita Saha

Ishita Saha is the author of IshitaUnblogged, a popular culinary travel blog featuring Dubai & the world beyond. Also the Co-Founder, Editor & Creative Head of FoodeMag dxbIshita is...

Mar 13, 2018

Palestinian cookbook author Dima Sharif on 'mooneh;' Sara's green juice at the farmer's market; Georgian khinkali at Eshak restaurant.

Mooneh with Dima Sharif

Dima Sharif is the author of an encyclopedic Palestinian cookbook, Plated Heirlooms. She talks to us about preserved items for the traditional Arabic pantry, or...

Feb 27, 2018

Interview with Dalia Dogmoch on #CookforSYRIA, a global movement to raise funds for UNICEF's humanitarian work to rescue child victims of the Syrian conflict.


#CookforSYRIA is a global initiative curated by Clerkenwell Boy and Serena Guen to raise funds for UNICEF's Children of Syria fund. The initiative...

Feb 20, 2018

Part 2 of a two-part episode on the first pure camel milk chocolate in the world, with Martin van Almsick and Patrick Dorais of Al Nassma.

If you haven't heard Part 1, we highly recommend tuning in to that episode first before indulging in this one - it'll give you delicious context!

The World's First Pure Camel Milk...