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Teta Nounou’s Orange Cake

December 12, 2020

You guys, i grew up with this orange cake constantly being present in my grandma’s living room, cut like in the picture and stored in her awesome cake box. I would take a few pieces with me back home every single time and have them at school the next day.

And now i’m blessing you all with her recipe. I deciphered it from a long voice note that was in “fenjen” measurements.

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Some notes before you start, you need to whip the egg whites really well. It is essential to get that airy yet moist texture. Also, don’t use fancy vanilla extract. The vanilla sugar is what you want here.

And please, use fresh oranges and not boxed.


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Lemon Poppy Seed Meringue Cake

October 11, 2016

Hey guys!

Sorry I haven’t been posting much here but I have been SO BUSY with Mrs.Clueless, which is an amazing thing of course!

Yesterday I woke up feeling a bit under the weather so I decided to stay at home. Of course, I can not sit and do nothing so I ventured into giving a lemon poppy seed cake a try!

I adapted the recipe from The Cake Blog  and shifted it around a bit!

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Minted Lemonade Popsicles

July 28, 2016

Lebanon’s summer comes with excess heat and humidity, and the fact that i ate the equivalent of my weight in NYC means I can’t just cool off with ice cream all the time :/

So, i decided to make my own popsicles! I substituted the sugar with honey but for a yummier taste just go for the sugar!
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Lebanese Zaatar Rolls

June 6, 2016

As most of you already know, I will be going live on The Feed Feed’s Snapchat (@thefeedfeed) on Monday, June 13th (Time to be announced later on Instagram). I decided to make something that gives homage to Lebanon with a twist! Zaatar or Thyme is a popular herb mixture commonly used in the Lebanese cuisine. It is made of a blend of herbs, thyme, summac, salt and toasted sesame seeds. Continue Reading