Archive for March, 2017

‘Showroom Shifting in Progress’

There’s a big difference between deciding to leave and knowing where to go. However, one particular company has planned its latest move down to the last detail – a habit that runs through the entire business! For by closing its showroom in the Al Qasba area of Sharjah and moving to new state-of-the-art facilities in a better and more convenient location, the region’s leading commercial kitchen designer, manufacturer, supplier and installer, Al Halabi, has once again raised the ...Read more »

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‘Cuisines of the World’

Food, always a major factor in every culture, knows no boundaries or borders, with cuisines of the world having migrated from their original homes to locations all over the world, not least to the UAE. But it’s no simple matter to arrive in a new country and open a restaurant; there are rules and regulations to follow, as well as obtaining the correct equipment and accessories for the specific cuisine in question – it’s an art form, and ...Read more »

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‘Awani… Now Open at The Dubai Mall”

 

Fresh, nutritious, healthy, aromatic; it’s no surprise that Middle Eastern cuisine’s global profile has soared in recent years. Of course, if you want to enjoy the region’s very finest food, then you need to head to a genuinely authentic restaurant in the Middle East itself, and residents and visitors to Dubai know that some of the very best culinary delights are to be found at Awani.

A contemporary restaurant offering the last word in classic Levant and Armenian cuisine, whilst ...Read more »

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‘Medicine of the Prophet’

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) once said that “Allah did not create a disease for which He did not also create a cure.” Muslims are therefore encouraged to explore and use traditional Prophetic Medicine, or al-tibb al-nawabi in Arabic, as well as modern forms of medication, with faith that any cure is from Allah.

Although never claiming to be a physician himself, the Prophet (pbuh) did give advice on many simple ailments and illnesses that he encountered during his lifetime. These were ...Read more »

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