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  4. Sri Lankan housemaid looking for full time live out work. I am writing this advertisement on behalf of my former employee, Mery Fernandez. Mery was employed with me for 2 years as a live out housemaid. She is a great cook and can cook curries and western food. She has cooked, cleaned, washed, ironed, done the school runs, prepared school lunches and was a wonderful carer for our 5 year old daughter at the time for almost two years. She is available to start immediately. She would prefer to live out. She is 58 years of age and a regular church member. Has had 20 years experience working in the Gulf region as a maid/nanny. Is looking for a British/European, Australian, US, Canadian family Please contact Mary directly on 056 494 7443 If you want further information please email me on sallydunlop31@gmail.com
  5. elcraig80

    Nanny/housemaid required for 5 months

    We will be requiring a live-out nanny/housemaid to look after a 3 month old just for 5 months until we leave the UAE. Does anyone know where i can find one? They would obviously have to have their own visa.
  6. elcraig80

    Live-out housekeeper: is it a good idea?

    Hi Dotress, we're due in Dec & I'll have to go back to work beginning of April next year but we're planning on leave the UAE to move back to NZ July/Aug time so a live out nanny is what would ideally suits us for those last few months. I've tried looking online but no luck, do you know where i can find one? Thanks EM
  7. Mariaaa

    Good digital agency in Abu Dhabi

    Hi, I decided to hire a good digital agency to help me develop my business. Could you recommend any agency to me? The most important for me is that the agency needs to be located in Abu Dhabi. ;)
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    The Laughter Factory

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    NICKELODEON

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  10. 0:10 Prep | 0:20 Cook | 4 Servings | Capable cooksThis vegetarian recipe is great as a side dish or work lunch.INGREDIENTS1/2 cauliflower, cut into florets2 teaspoons sumac1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil3 brown onions1 1/2 cups white long-grain rice2 1/2 cups Massel vegetable liquid stock400g can lentils, drained, rinsed20g butter1 cup plain Greek-style yoghurt1 garlic clove, crushed1/2 cup roughly chopped fresh coriander leavesFresh coriander leaves, to serveMETHODStep 1 Preheat oven to 200°C/180°C fan-forced. Place cauliflower, sumac and 2 teaspoons oil in a roasting dish. Toss to coat. Season. Roast for 20 minutes or until golden and tender.Step 2 Meanwhile, finely chop 1 onion. Heat 2 teaspoons of oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until softened. Add rice. Stir. Add stock and lentils. Season. Bring to the boil. Cover. Reduce heat to low. Simmer for 12 to 15 minutes or until rice is tender.Step 3 Meanwhile, thinly slice remaining onions. Heat butter and remaining oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring, for 15 to 18 minutes or until golden and caramelised. Combine yoghurt and garlic in a small bowl. Season.Step 4 Fluff rice with fork. Add cauliflower mixture and coriander. Gently toss to combine. Transfer to large serving plate. Top with caramelised onion and coriander leaves. Serve with garlic yoghurt.Author: Lucy Nunes Image credit: Jeremy Simons, Andrew Young & Craig Wall Publication: Super Food IdeasCheck out my blog for more recipes
  11. Here's a great dish for chickpea lovers! This quick and easy recipe is the same as our Foule recipe, except instead of fava beans we use chickpeas. Enjoy this warm chickpea salad with toasted or non-toasted pita bread or alone!​Ingredients:Chickpeas - 1 16 oz. can (you can add more or less beans)Garlic - 1 large clove, minced and saltedParsley - 1/2 cup finely choppedLemon juice - half of a lemon (or more if you like a lemony taste)Olive oil - 2 tablespoonsSaltPepperInstructions:1. Add chickpeas and juice (drain some of the liquid from can before adding to pot) to a small pot and heat on medium low. Bring to boil (3-5 minutes)​2. In a bowl, add minced garlic, boiled beans and broth, parsley, olive oil, lemon juice and a few dashes of salt and pepper. Toss and enjoy!Optional: garnish with toasted pine nuts. Sahtan! :)Check out my blog for more recipes
  12. Here's a simple and easy recipe for a warm fava bean salad! This vegetarian dish makes a great snack, appetizer, or a healthy lunch or dinner. It's delicious with toasted and non-toasted pita bread or even on it's own. Enjoy!Ingredients:Fava beans (Foule Mudammas) - 1 16 oz. can (you can add more or less beans)Garlic - 1 large clove, minced and saltedParsley - 1/2 cup finely choppedLemon juice - half of a lemon (or more if you like a lemony taste)Olive oil - 2 tablespoonsSaltPepper Instructions:1. Add fava beans and juice from the can to a small pot and heat on medium low. Bring to boil (3-5 minutes)2. In a bowl, add minced garlic, boiled beans and broth, parsley, olive oil, lemon juice and a few dashes of salt and pepper. Toss and enjoy!Optional: garnish with toasted pine nuts! Sahtan! :)Check out my blog for more recipes
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  14. Hi luminescence, I contacted the Australian Embassy about this exact thing in March this year... below is their long & detailed reply, basically the certificates do have to go back to Australia. I was told by a friend to bring my certificates when I moved here & I wish they had of mention attested certificates, oh how much hassle & money this would save. I haven't done it yet though now have to as I'm applying for a job with a government department & I want everything to be ship shape. Then I need to send another certificate to the UK so I'll have to investigate that process though assume it's the same. Good luck! Thank you for your enquiry. Please also see below for more information on this service. Since your documents are educational documents, it is recommended you double check with local authorities/party you will be submitting these documents to, to see if they require authentication from Australia first: Legalising Documents - Authentication of Australian UNIVERSITY Documents for use in the UAE The UAE Government has advised the Australian Government that Australian university documents must be authenticated in Australia by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and by the UAE Embassy in Canberra before they can be accepted for use in the UAE. Please confirm these requirements with the local authorities before submitting your documents. Step by step guide: 1. Verify the content of your document as a ‘true and accurate record’ by using your university’s online verification register or sending your document to your university’s student administration office. For more details, visit www.smartraveller.gov.au/services/legalising-documents-australia.html. 2. Authenticate your document at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Australia. · Information regarding the procedures, timelines, and costs for getting your document authenticated by DFAT in Australia, the “Document Legalisation Request Form,” and contact details are available on www.smartraveller.gov.au/services/legalising-documents-australia.html. If you have further enquiries, please contact the Authentication and Legalisation Service at DFAT in Australia on +61 1300 935 260 or on authentications@dfat.gov.au. 3. Authenticate your document at the UAE Embassy in Canberra, Australia. · Information is available at http://uae-embassy.ae/Embassies/au/Content/776 Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Australia Street Address: 12 Bulwarra Close O'Malley, ACT 2606 Australia Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5173 Garran, ACT 2605 Australia Tel: +61 2 6286 8802 Fax: +61 2 6286 8804 Email: uaeconsulate@bigpond.com Web: http://uae-embassy.ae/Embassies/au 4. Authenticate your document at the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Should you have further queries, please reply to this email or call our reception on: +971 2 401 7500.
  15. stone heart

    Gynaecologist or Gynaecology Oncologist - very urgent.

    In which hospital did you get your operation done Under the makeup ?
  16. tangerine

    Crystal Light Drink

    Hi everyone, Does anyone know where I can buy Crystal Light drink mix in Abu Dhabi or Dubai? I used to get them in Safa Express Supermarket in Raha Gardens but they no longer sell them there. Thanks.
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    Eid Al Adha Consumer Fair

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  18. Carole Hallett Mobbs

    How to prepare for UN-packing day

    This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. How to prepare to receive your shipment Or, to be more accurate, Preparing For The Day All Your Shipped Items ... Read More The post How to prepare for UN-packing day appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  19. Under-the-Makeup

    Gynaecologist or Gynaecology Oncologist - very urgent.

    DD. Thank you so much for your recommendation. The day after I wrote my post I started haemorrhaging (TMI?)! and I had to be operated on as a matter of urgency. Unfortunately, I didn’t see your response until last week so please don’t think I was being rude by not responding to your message sooner. I’m recovering well and hope to return to the UK as soon as I am fit to fly and will continue my drug therapy at home. BTW, I have been just been (belatedly) reading your diary entries you posted throughout the Holy month of Ramadan. I enjoyed reading each and every one so thank you for sharing them with everyone
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  21. yabadabidoo

    cold shoulder tops

    Thank you for replying. I think I will err on side of caution and not wear in public. Cheers
  22. smartlady

    vegetable market

    Hi, Does anyone know where the vegetable market from Mina, I mean the one coming directly from local farms, has been relocated? Thank you!
  23. Here's a recipe for a tasty Lebanese soup made with meat-stuffed pasta and a yogurt broth. Growing up, we used to consider this comfort food and we still do!Ingredients:​Steak - 2 ounces, dicedDough - 5 ouncesYogurt, Plain - 1 32 oz. containerOnion - 2 tablespoons, finely dicedGarlic - 1 large clove, mincedMint, fresh & dried - 2 or 3 leaves (Optional)​SaltPepperInstructions:1. When mincing garlic, add in fresh mint leaves and mince together. Set aside2. In a bowl, add onion, steak, a couple dashes of salt, pepper, and dried mint. Mix together3. Add some flour to a flat surface and roll dough into long stick formation4. Cut into pieces (1/2 inch pieces)5. Using flour to keep from sticking, take piece of dough and use thumbs to flatten it out into a circle. Add a small mixture to center and close it to make it into a moon shape, and then close it completely to make it look like a tortellini *See pictures for guide.6. In a bowl, mix 1/3 cup of rice and a cracked egg and set aside7. Pour whole container of yogurt into a pot. Using the empty container, fill it up with water and add that water to the pot. Add tablespoon of salt. Use whisk to mix it together on medium low. Whisk for 10 minutes (clockwise).*Be sure to keep mixing so it does not clump or separate8. Add rice and egg mixture and continue to whisk for an additional 10 minutes9. After ten minutes, add dough pieces on by one while continuing to stir.10. Stir for another five minutes and then add minced garlic and mint. Taste to see if rice is cooked, turn stove off and enjoy!Check out my blog for more recipes
  24. Here's a vegetarian version of the famous stuffed grape leaves! Lebanon is not only known for it's kibbeh and chicken and rice, but it's also known for having some pretty delicious vegetarian dishes. Traditionally, many Lebanese people would not eat meat on specific days mainly for religious reasons. As a result, people found ways to make their favorite meals without the meat but with the same amount of flavor.For this recipe, instead of stuffing your grape leaves with meat and rice, you will be stuffing it with tomatoes, onions, and some other yummy spices. Enjoy!Ingredients:1 Tomato - (1/2 cup or 1 medium) - finely diced1 Jar of Grape Leaves (16 oz) - rinsed1 Onion (Medium size) - finely diced2 and a 1/4 cups of washed Rice (brown or white)​Parsley (1/2 cup) - choppedSalt - 1 and 1/2 teaspoonPepper - 1/2 teaspoon​Olive oil - 3 tablespoonsLemon - Half*Some people have also added chick peas to their mixture. If you choose to, add about 1/4 cup of chick peas and use 2 cups of rice (instead of 2 1/4 cups).Instructions:1. Add rice to a bowl along with tomato, onion, parsley, salt, pepper, and olive oil and mix it well (Eva mixes with her hands)2. Clip the stems off of the grape leaves before stuffing3. Take a piece of foil paper and line bottom of a medium or large pot and add layer of unrolled grape leaves to cover (helps to keep grape leaves at bottom from burning)4. To begin rolling, add small amount of mixture to center of the grape leave (the rough side). Fold top part (side where you cut off stem) over rice mixture, then bring the right side over to center, the left side over to the center, and keep leaf flat and roll. Tuck leaf in as you roll to keep the shape.5. ​Add grape leaves to pot in a circular pattern, starting with the outer part of the pot and make rows until you reach the center (or if you have a pot that is smaller like ours, you will only have one roll around and the rest in the center). *Don’t pack the grape leaves too tight, be sure to give them some room to cook6. Drizzle small amount of olive oil and add a couple dashes of salt to the top of grape leaves. Cover the top with a small glass plate7. Add 4 cups of water to pot (amount may vary depending on pot size). Use enough water to cover grape leaves and half of your plate8. Turn stove on medium high heat and bring to boil9. Once boiling, let simmer on low and cover for 25 minutes.10. After 25 minutes, remove the plate and partially cover pot with top until water has completely evaporated11. Once the water has evaporated, squeeze half a lemon on top of grape leaves and turn the stove offLet grape leaves cool before serving. Can be served warm, at room temperature, or refrigerated. Sahtan! :) Source: Eva's Lebanese CookingCheck out my blog for more recipes
  25. Here's a delicious Lebanese soup recipe to keep you warm this winter! In place of egg noodles, we use rice and fine noodles, and it's flavored with a cinnamon stick. This soup is our go-to soup for the winter and we have even enjoyed it in the summer, it's that good. :)Ingredients:Chicken breast (1-2 Pounds) (any kind of chicken works as well - Eva has used a whole chicken at times and pulled the chicken off the bone once it was cooked)Cinnamon stickOne Onion (peeled and cut in half)Water (8+ cups)Rice (1/2 cup uncooked)Fine Noodles (Sh’arieh) (1/4 cup)Potatoes (2 mediume sized)Carrots (3 regular sized or pre-packaged carrots)Instructions:1. Add chicken, onion, cinnamon stick, and 8 cups of water (more or less depending on amount of broth preferred) and bring to a boil2. While boiling, use a spoon to skim the fat from the chicken that rise to the top and add it to a separate bowl. Continue doing this until the broth clears up3. After about 45 minutes of boiling or once chicken is cooked, remove the chicken from the broth and add it to a bowl. Leave the onion in the boiling water, throw away the cinnamon stick, and let it simmer on low heat. If you don’t feel that you have enough broth, you can add 4-6 more cups of water (we usually do this because we like it with more broth)4. Peel and dice the potato and carrots into small cubes, or however you prefer and add to the pot of chicken broth5. Chop up cooked chicken into small bite-sized pieces and add to water6. Add uncooked rice, 1 tablespoon of salt, and a half teaspoon of pepper (more or less to taste). Stir and continue to let it simmer6. In the meantime, heat up 1 and a 1/2 tablespoons of olive oil on medium heat in a frying pan, and add the fine noodles to toast. Turn them over until they brown7. Once the fine noodles are browned, add them to the pot along with any excess oil and leave it on low for another 20 minutes8. After twenty minutes, taste it to determine whether or not you want to add more salt and pepper. It's ready to serve once your potatoes and carrots have cooked, enjoy!Sahtan!Source: Eva's Lebanese CookingCheck out my blog for more recipes
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  28. kk1

    cold shoulder tops

    Mmm in all honesty I have not noticed anyone walking about outside wearing them, I have at brunches and at the beach so I am not sure. Abu Dhabi has relaxed a bit in the five years I have been here but no I haven't noticed people wearing them outdoors, that doesn't mean they don't . Sorry I wasn't really much help there.
  29. yabadabidoo

    cold shoulder tops

    Hello again ladies Ok, so as mentioned in earlier posts I am excitedly coming back to Abu Dhabi with my husband for the first time in 6 years at the beginning of September. I am currently looking through my summer clothes and would like to check something with those who are stil living in UAE. I love cold shoulder tops, they cover the bingo wings, are generally not too low at cleavage and are cool and loose to wear in warm weather; perfect for 30 + degree heat. However, they were not really around in AD 6 years ago so I am unsure as to whether they are acceptable to wear walking around generally in public? I know that peoples perceptions of what is respectful to wear and not offensive can differ greatly, but a general feel would be great. SO happy to be bringing my husband to AD to show him where I lived for 7 years, I know that a lot has changed..which is just as exciting for me. Thank you in advance S
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