Ramadan Reflection 2016: Thirty Days of Food

Time to EAT!

Today is the Islamic Holiday Eid Al Fitr (click here for more info on Eid) – which is celebrated after completing the month of Ramadan. Ramadan for my family is a time gaining religious connection to the man above, emphasis of spirituality, and of celebration of food.  Imagine fasting from Sunrise to Sunset – you get some killer cravings for food.  So you end up making those foods and enjoying them lol Here is my foodie recap of all the foods eaten during my 30 days of Ramadan. Click on the pics to enlarge them.

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