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What I like about Ramadan

Gatayef! YES GATAYEF AND ONLY GATAYEF is the secret ingredients that make my love story with ramadan successful :D


Gatayef - Ramadan

I adore gatayef, I worship it, It's different in Ramadan to have your dose of gatayef, I mean we do make gatayef at home during the year but in Ramadan it has different taste, different love

Gatayef, I LOVE YOU!

Gatayef at al-fotoor
Gatayef at al sohoor
Gatayef in-between fotoor and sohoor!
LONG LIVE GATAYEF!

[tags] Ramadan, gatayef [/tags]

Comments

  1. Shu hal ghazal belqatayef ya zalamah.
    bekafee fadha7t el qatayef

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  2. bedi gatayeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeef ;(

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  3. they r really tasty, specially if it's stuffed with nutella :P watch the weight jad ya3ni between the meals kaman :P

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  4. I haven't had any 2atayef yet :-( I could only find 3awwame (lo2met el 2adi) at a restaurant near by but not 2atayef! I love it stuffed with cream.

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  5. yummmmmmmmmmmie! shaheitny o ana saymeh :S now i have to wait another nine hours to eat some... :(

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  6. You crack me up!

    I haven't had atayef yet, but I would like to know one thing: HOW COME atayef is only a Ramadan thing? How come fatoush is only a Ramadan thing? How come tamir hindi and 3ere2 soos are only Ramadan drinks? HOW COME? Who decided? These should be offered year round. 7aram the average consumer.

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  7. Abdu-allah,
    No worries, I will not go with Zawaj 3orfi :p


    Wedad,
    Khalas, somi o elek 3endi gatayef

    Ghaloosh,
    Stuffed with nutella? wow; yet another way to gain more weight, Thank you :-)

    Dima,
    Waaahahahaha, waiting will make them just more delicious so it's good! Call your mom and ask her to prepare toooooones of gatayef

    Shaden,
    Why restaurant? you only need Oil and sugar! Do it at home and invite me :p


    Hala,
    huh! Fatoush isn't a Ramadan thing; you can have fatoush Whenever, Whereever you meant to be together; Fatoush will be there and you will be there and that's the deal my dear :D
    again, I insist that nor fatoush or bakkouz are Ramadan thing.

    Indeed tamir hindi and 3ere2 soos are Ramadan thing but I don't drink em so I didn't mention them; or perhaps the writer wanted to emphasis on his love story with Gatayef :p

    NO! they shouldn't be offered year around, 7ajeh! FOCUS FOCUS please, people get bored of their husbands, wifes and friends because they are offered year around and that's why they like the illegal way :D

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  8. AHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH

    I cant stop laughing oh my god.

    Everyone at work now wants to know why I am laughing and everyone read about your love story with atayef.

    Oh my god my face hurts from laughing! Ya zalameh inta 3an jad nahfeh! Enjoy ur atayef.

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  9. me do love atayef too :D i make one with chocolate yummy :D
    ramadan kareem :)

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  10. Jad,
    On a serious note:
    Why we only think of food when it comes to Ramadan?

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  11. walkom ana bmoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooot bel atayef bamoooooooooooot feha
    bas ana hall2 bel sakan ma bes7elle akol atayef elle bas arja3 3al beet ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh ya atayef

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  12. Hala,

    *Everyone at work now wants to know why I am laughing and everyone read about your love story with atayef.*
    Waaaahahahaha so I'm getting more traffic; Well Are you interested in Advertising in this blog ?

    Jano,
    Gatayef with chocolate ? wal! heya nagisha calories


    Abdullah,
    I don't, Actually the iftar isn't my main meal in Ramadan but you know sometimes there is some words that always recalls somethings else in your memory when you mention it and for me when you mention Ramadan then it's Gatayef rather than anything else, I know there is more prayers and social stuff in Ramadan but personally when I hear the word Gatayef I remember Ramadan and Ramadan is the month of enjoying Gatayef, I don't know why but this is how it works with me.

    To extend my explanation, When I remember Gatayef, I remember Abu-Ali in down town (a well known Gatayefer); I used to live in Jabal Amman - First circle and I used to buy fresh Gatayef everyday in Ramadan from Abu ali...

    Again, LONG LIVE GATAYEF!


    Bana,
    Anoo sakan ? tayeb ma be3malolkom gatayef bel sakan ?

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