5 food bloggers not to miss before Ramadan ends



Wed, 21 Jun 2017 - 10:12 GMT


Wed, 21 Jun 2017 - 10:12 GMT

Indian Rice - CC via Pixabay

Indian Rice - CC via Pixabay

CAIRO – 21 June 2017: Despite the fact that Ramadan is a holy month that is quintessentially about fasting, it has so much to do with food and beverage.

Our mothers and sisters usually sit in the kitchen for hours planning and preparing the foods of iftar and suhoor to be eaten in the 30 days of Ramadan. As everyday should be something different, special and most importantly yummy our home chefs might need some new ideas to help prepare the meals.

Here are 5 Muslim food bloggers that will be helpful in preparing food during Ramadan.

Amanda Saab

Saab is a master chef from Michigan. Her recipes are inspired by her Lebanese heritage from her grandmother. To check out her recipes and be inspired follow her website here:


Yvonne Maffei

Maffei was born and raised in a small town in Ohio, the heartland of America. She is a home chef and cookbook author from Chicago. After graduating from Ohio University she converted to Islam. Her blog, “My Halal Kitchen,” launched in 2008 in hopes of helping Muslim chefs learn how to make childhood foods like lasagna, meatballs and pasteles (banana-leaf wrapped tamales).

Follow her on her website:


Nour Zibdeh

As a functional nutritionist, dietitian and coach, Zibdeh helps people overcome their health issues and make peace with food and their bodies. Her diet is mainly vegetarian.

You can find her blog here:


Malika Ameen

A classically trained pastry chef and author of a cookbook of Pakistani heritage, Ameen learned tricks along the way on to how to cook for Ramadan while growing up celebrating in Chicago.
Find her recipes here:


Sawasan Abu Farha

Farha is an orthodontist by day and food explorer by night. Born in Palestine and raised in Jordan, Sawsan is now based in Ras al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates.
Check out her recipes here:




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