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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Fun day with yummy food .

My Eid day was  very typical .My Father & brother went to  to the Masjid . We, women  cooked sweet dishes,and some other stuff.  Our  menu  was :

1.Lots of sweets.

2. Pallaow

3.Ferni

4.Kabbab.
5. Achar Ghosat

6.Roat

 Then we got ready .When man came  back, we all ate sweet dishes. They gave us Eid money. Then afterward we visit  our old neighborhood and some  friends. We don't have much relatives over here. Every one is in Canada. Just one aunt in USA, and Heaven knows what is she doing over there? She also spends Eid like we do ...alone or with friends. At least we have neighbors and whole neighborhood who never let me feel alone. Their doors are always open  for me. With some friends. My sister is engage now, so her fiance and in-laws are new addition. We will  also visit some other people's houses on second day of Eid, Insha Alla'ah .

It is 1:30  A.M at a moment, and I am tad beat tired to write more.

37 comments:

  1. Oh my, this looks soooo delicious!! YUMMI :)

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  3. delicious!!

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  4. Happy Eid to you :)
    You made me feel hungry :P

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  5. Oh My.....it looks so yummy! Seems like you had a good time, glad to read this.
    Have a wonderful day! Stay well and Congratulations on the award! Well deserved....

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  6. I love your beautiful pictures!! and today's pictures seems soooooo delicious!!!!!!!!!!!I want to have one...:9

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  7. Kabbab look really yummy! You cook for me one day okay!

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  8. The food looks amazing :D *wow*

    How do you get that cute penguin message thingy on your blog? It's sooo cute! Help? *pretty please* :p

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  9. ahhh thats an amzing tradition the food looks yummy
    you know we do eat the same kind of food almost

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  10. very delicious everythin!!I m hungry now!!:)

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  11. Oh my! How wonderful! Glad you spent it with family and hope the food was as yummy as it looks :p!!

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  12. wow those sweet dishes look amazingly yummy!!!! x

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  13. oooohhhhh i am so hungry now! Damn thanks for that :P

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  14. YUM!!! That looks SOO delicious!!

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  16. Eid Mubarak! Thanks sister for checking out my blog! I like your blog too and all this food looks yummy=]

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  17. wishing you a belated Happy Eid. Your eid food post looks absolutely delish.

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  18. yummy yummy~~~~
    looks so tasty food!
    :D
    Do enjoy your day as well.


    Jamy

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  19. oh these look so yummy!
    we make the sweets at night and clean the house and everything and the day after we all go to the mosque and to family fun center and then out to eat. lol western style I guess. Thanks for these yummy shots and sahtain hun

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  20. ooooh yummy, that made me hungry ;) happy eid!

    lots of lov <3
    Zari

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  21. I've never seen most of this food, but now I can only say : wow!

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  24. gosh , we want eat now ! lol , great blog ! we'd like us to follow each other ! We have already follow !
    have a nice day ! xx

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  25. I am the only male blogger here who loves to eat?--grin! Could I be Muslim for one Eid weekend each year?

    (Eid looks like "Thanksgiving" in U.S.)
    I could make a dinner just with roat.

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  27. oh yum!! everything looks SO yummy!

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  28. omygoodness that looks so good! Looks like you spent it well. Love your header too btw! :)

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  29. those pastries look so yummy. love seeing food photos on blogs, they always inspire me to make delicious meals haha.

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  30. i love food..already follow you back..
    :)i love your blog too.. <3

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  31. yummy.. let's eat all of them! i'm craving for it.

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  32. Your blog is very interesting an diverse! Love it. I'm following you!

    The food here looks delicious! Makes me hungry!

    xoxo Denise

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  33. First time on your wonderful blog. Your Eid food looks absolutely wonderful. You are the first blogger from pakistan i have encountered who knows about gosh-e-fiel. Most Pakistanis are clueless to what it is. It is a tradition to make it in our home on eid as as well.Have a wonderful day.

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