Ghraybeh are Middle Eastern shortbread cookies which have an amazing crunchy and buttery texture that melt in the mouth. For many it is a simple yet essential dessert of the month of Ramadan and also a sweet way to celebrate Eid. They’re heavenly and so irresistible😋 Recipe is on my story . . . حلويات رمضان والعيد ما بتكمل بدون الغريبة الناعمة والهشه .. طيبة جدا وخفيفة ... المقادير والطريقة موجوده عالستوري 😋😊. . . … [Read more...] about What is Eid al-Fitr and what food do people eat on this day?
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'Sunday maybe a little bit cooler across Scotland and some other eastern areas again with that breeze coming in off the sea, but warmest of all still towards western parts of England and Wales, where 26C (79F) or 27C (81F) is possible as the dry story continues into the start of next week at least.' … [Read more...] about Bad news for gardeners! ‘Driest May ever’ is set to continue with Britain braced for scorching 82F sunshine this weekend – as odds are slashed on June being hottest on record
During the press conference on April 30 during which the PM confirmed the UK as a whole was passed the peak of the virus, he said that despite the figures: "At no stage has our NHS been overwhelmed, no patient went without a ventilator, no patient was deprived of intensive care, we have five of the seven projected Nightingale wards. … [Read more...] about The 18 UK councils that haven’t reached their coronavirus peak – is yours on the list?
• This article was amended on 4 June 2012. The original suggested, incorrectly, that Annie Lennox had attended a Steiner school and that she had "named the Eurythmics after eurhythmy, a Steiner exercise involving stretching and hopping to music". Lennox did not in fact have a Steiner education. The name of the band came from eurhythmics, a method of teaching music developed by Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, which Lennox encountered at her non-Steiner school, rather than eurythmy, the movement art and therapy associated with the Steiner movement. … [Read more...] about A different class: the expansion of Steiner schools
A "pollen bomb" has put more people at risk than ever, with experts saying that a concentration of lots of different types of pollen is triggering allergic reactions in people who have never suffered from hay fever before. … [Read more...] about Hay fever sufferers face deadly asthma risk as pollen bomb hits, expert warns