Lebanese Cuisine ( المطبخ اللبناني‎) includes an abundance of starches, whole grain, fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and seafood; animal fats are consumed sparingly. Poultry is eaten more often than red meat. When red meat is eaten it is usually lamb on the coast, and goat meat in the mountain regions. It also includes copious amounts of garlic and olive oil, often seasoned by lemon juice. Olive oil, herbs, garlic and lemon are typical flavors found in the Lebanese diet.


Maria, a new Angel in heaven...

Maria, a new Angel in heaven...
The story of Maria. Diagnosed with Congenital Heart disease at 5th month during pregnancy, born and struggled for 52 days in hospital but then...


The Phonecian Wall Batroun (Phonecian Wall, Batroun, Norh Lebanon)

The Phonecian Wall Batroun (Phonecian Wall, Batroun, Norh Lebanon)
The Phoenician wall of Batroun and Saydet el Baher and actually all of the Batroun area is an amazing place and must be planned during your visit...


I Green Beirut - A family friendly event that was held in Beirut by JCILebanon

I Green Beirut - A family friendly event that was held in Beirut by JCILebanon
The day featured a set of DIY planting workshops by nature expert Marc Beyrouthy & his team (Nature by Marc Beyrouthy), as well as special dancing...


Fresh as a Daisy. As befits such a diverse country, Lebanon has many ‘birth (Mzaar Kfardebian)

Fresh as a Daisy. As befits such a diverse country, Lebanon has many ‘birth (Mzaar Kfardebian)
Fresh as a Daisy. As befits such a diverse country, Lebanon has many ‘birthdays’, most of which are a source of controversy to one community or...


Sacrifice Feast at the festival of Saint Zakhia in Ajaltoun. 100 rams are... (Ajaltoun, Mont-Liban, Lebanon)

Sacrifice Feast at the festival of Saint Zakhia in Ajaltoun. 100 rams are... (Ajaltoun, Mont-Liban, Lebanon)
Sacrifice Feast at the festival of Saint Zakhia in Ajaltoun. 100 rams are being cooked to be given out to people for free.