Tag: sustainable dubai

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A ‘Moving’ Hidden Gem of Dubai | Ghaf Kitchen

A charming Citroen H Van driving around the town spreading gourmet foodie love – this is Ghaf Kitchen!

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Farmers Market On The Terrace | Breakfast Picnic and Knowing Your Local Farmers

Edited on November 2018: The Farmer’s Market on the Terrace has shifted its location to Bay Avenue at Business Bay (opposite Zaha Hadid building) and is open on two days – Fridays and Saturdays during season from 7am until noon (October until April). Buy local, eat local The above is my article on the Farmers’ Market on the Terrace in the Hidden Gems column in … Read More Farmers Market On The Terrace | Breakfast Picnic and Knowing Your Local Farmers

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A Trip to Rajasthan To Meet The Farmers | Is Your Spice Procured Ethically? Produced Organically?

This post captures four locations, two time zones, different sets of people and many emotions – a posh cafe restaurant, an organic store, a small Farmers’ Market – all in the heart of Dubai and a Farmers’ Festival and a few organic farm lands, thousands of kilometers away in Rajasthan. What is the relationship between all of these? It can seem as simple as … Read More A Trip to Rajasthan To Meet The Farmers | Is Your Spice Procured Ethically? Produced Organically?

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Frozen Aam Pana/Green Mango Pulp | The Change Initiative!

Aam Pana or Green Mango Drink (above) is one of the most famous coolants for Indian Summer. The mango concentrate can be very easily made at home and stored for much longer than the summer months themselves. So, adapting the drink to combat Dubai summers perhaps seemed the most obvious thing to do. Taking cue from the last article which touched upon the subject … Read More Frozen Aam Pana/Green Mango Pulp | The Change Initiative!