Jul 20, 2021,16:52 PM

Some friends bought a new house several months ago, and they finally got "all moved in". They asked a few people over to celebrate with them, and prepared a traditional feast for us. I can't remember OR spell the names of the dishes!

The first was roasted chicken and onions on flat bread; the second was lamb, toasted almonds, parsley and rice topped with a cheese sauce. 

There was a rush to the table when dinner was put out before us.

All washed down with whatever beverage suited the age/constitution of the diner. And complemented wtih a loaf of my freshly-baked bread.

Knowing the global reach of this site, I wonder if those in the middle east area can tell me what these dishes are called?


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Here's more information on the cuisine

 By: cazalea : July 20th, 2021-17:28
I found the dishes online at a Middle Eastern chef's site -- no wonder I was confused -- it can be spelled (and pronounced) in a variety of ways and accents: Maqluba, Maklouba or Maqlooba. I found it hard to distinguish Maklouba and Musakhan because every... 

Looks an interesting website ...

 By: Cpt Scarlet : July 20th, 2021-18:42
Thanks Mike. The food looked delicious.

Great looking meal

 By: afaleh : July 20th, 2021-19:36
Looks like mansaf? Congrats to your friends on the move

Well done, Chief Mike!

 By: amanico : July 20th, 2021-21:32