Friday, June 12, 2009


I ask a silly question in my editorial, I know: "Where will the issue of quality assurance of traditional foods fit in the priority list of the next government?" But I can't help it, somebody has to think about this stuff. Rameh Hamiyyeh writes from the Beqa` about the production of grapes in the Beqa`where the production becomes economical when complemented by the sale of vine leaves for stuffing and rolling into wara' `inab. See how useful traditional food can be? And Muhammad Muhsin sheds new lights on our habits to eat unripe fruits.

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