Awesome! You brought back wonderful memories. 🙂
For our Beiruit family, even today for me, it was Espresso for Jido and slightly cooked but still runny eggs with homemade khobaz for Sito. She would always have Laban made for quests. btw, we had an awesome Lebanese resturant in Detroit’s Greektown. (Julia Michaels, Abraham and Michaels)
This looks incredibly healthy all ingredients delicious but I must say I just cannot function in the morning without my huge 500ml cup of black coffee. I am horrible and dangerous without caffeine in the morning lol
Ahh my Brazilian coffe drinking habit….
Hi Joumana, this is such a lovely video! Ever since I introduced my Aussie boyfriend into our way of having breakfast, he asks if we’re having it every weekend. So now it’s a bit of a tradition for sat + sunday mornings, which I love. Your video was super helpful to introduce others to this great, healthy tradition.
@Mely: Yes, zaatar is a blend of thyme, sumac and sesame seeds, with or without salt; each region in the Near East makes their blend a bit differently, but this one is the Lebanese blend. The following link gives the exact proportions of the blend and how to prepare it. http://www.tasteofbeirut.com/2009/10/zaatar/