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- Orchid: Correspondences
- Orchis spp. Folk Names: Levant, Salap, Sahlab, Sahleb, Salep, Saloop, Satyrion Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Love...
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- From the Archive A Farewell to a Palestinian Friend, From the Writer at the
- Neither the chicken soup we ate in the Ashkenazi restaurants in the East Village nor the sahlab we drank at Cairo Cafe succeeded in warming our longing for home. During the interminable games of backgammon we played, I heard myself talking to you ...
- Katia Lteif Ward, de la banque à la Villa Rothschild
- Katia Lteif Ward est cake designer et elle habite Monaco.
- Snow and cold weather grip war-torn Syria
- Parts of Syria have been hit by snowfall and severe winter cold, exacerbating the difficulties for thousands of people already desperately seeking shelter from the country's ongoing civil war.
- Street Food : On mange quoi dans les rues d'Israël ? (reportage)
- Ainsi on picore à la suite de la "Tehina" (pâte de sésame) , du "Knafeh" (le cheesecake Israelien par excellence) ou encore du "Sahlab" ( boisson à la farine d'amande, lait et noisettes) suivi d'un burger au Steak House ou Fishs & Chips.
- Ya'acov: The story of a shuk vendor
- When you walk in to Ya'acov's shop, called Azura, photographs of Mahaneh Yehuda's glorious past catch your eye. Sahlab. Ya'acov Nakash in front of Azura.
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