As a young man, Stuart Hickox saw a peaceful retreat in a devastated P.E.I. plot. Twenty years later, he shares his rustic-chic getaway and his love of nature with his family
This is an attractive Middle Eastern way of using local fish. The sauce gives it a zing.
Mama always placed a few bones across the bottom of the pot to add flavour and to prevent rolls from sticking. These take time to prepare, but they are worth it.
Many Middle Eastern countries feature this fresh and delicious salad in their cuisine. This version includes pomegranate sauce.
Coconut lovers rejoice: this popular Egyptian cake is a real treat and easy to make.
This specialty from Yemen would traditionally be slow-cooked in a clay oven. Heating a piece of charcoal and placing it with the lamb and rice provides the desired smoky taste.
This Lebanese dish was Chef Abod’s favourite growing up in Syria. It’s labour intensive but oozes with flavour.
This classic Egyptian soup is full of flavour and healthy too.
Fresh, flavourful foods from the Middle East are everywhere and it’s easy to bring them into your own kitchen
The ancient practice of ikebana celebrates the imperfect forms of plants and flowers, and the space that surrounds them