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Jars of Arak, the famous Lebanese Anise-flavoured spirit maturing in Chateau Musar, Lebanon

Jars of Arak, the famous Lebanese Anise-flavoured spirit maturing in Chateau Musar, Lebanon

Arak - Lebanese Anise-seed Liqeur-Amar Fine Dining: The Soul of Lebanon in Downtown Kuala Lumpur

Arak - Lebanese Anise-seed Liqeur-Amar Fine Dining: The Soul of Lebanon in Downtown Kuala Lumpur

Shwarma cooking in the souks of Tripoli - a staple in Lebanese food.

The Food of Lebanon What They Eat and When

Shwarma is a staple in Lebanese cuisine. It can be made of beef or chicken and is very popular in Lebanon. With the preparation shown above, there is a large amount of meat available to eat. The meat is consumed in a variety of different ways.

Tabbouleh (Lebanese food) <3

Tabbouleh (Lebanese food) my mom made this often: one of my all time favorite foods! the way it looks here is how it ought to be, IMO. (These days a lot more bulghur is added as filler).

961 Lebanese pale ale; brewed with sumac, chamomile, sage, anise & mint- really unique beer!

brewed with sumac, chamomile, sage, anise & mint- really unique beer!

Lebanese Spinach Pies, or fatayar, or whatever

Lebanese Spinach Pies (fatayar):For the dough: 1 tablespoon active dry yeast 1 teaspoon sugar 1 ¼ cups warm water 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt cup canola oil, plus more to coat the pans tablespoons olive oil, to coat the fatayar

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