Literally translated as “bite size” in Arabic, Luqaimat is a popular treat in local homes across the Gulf region.
Sultan Qaboos was a visionary leader who transformed Oman into the modern, dynamic and tolerant nation that it is today.
Known as Al Saqarah in Arabic, Falconry was practised for 4,000 years in the Arabian Peninsula, including by the Bedouins of the UAE.
Are you a big breakfast person? Check out this gorgeous assortment of jams and marmalades from Manara.
For more than 3,000 years, Yemeni honey dominated the spice trade between Europe and the East.
For tea lovers across the world including Dubai, Turkish tea is particularly enticing for its sweet flavors.