Envision a bronze roasted turkey, well-placed in the center of the table, surrounded by beautiful casseroles of assorted meats and vegetables, scalding soups, and mouth-watering family recipes passed down for generations.
What do these dishes have in common? Two things actually. They are packed with calories and are all enjoyed during `Eid Al-Fitr.
We may often associate summer with tiredness and low productivity.
After a month of abstinence and self-restraint, `Eid Al-Fitr is celebrated with festivities of food.
Don’t overeat this Ramadan. It is not the month for feasting rather than the month for fasting!
The summer holidays are a time to have fun. They also present a special occasion for family and friends to come together.