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  3. Hi Scientist Girl! Hope your pregnancy is going well? I delivered at Brightpoint Women's hospital with Dr Feroza. She's fabulous! Good luck and best wishes!
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  6. Hello, I am looking for a new family to work with. I am from the Philippines, 41 years of age. I have 10 years working experience as nanny and house helper. Salary expectation 2500 plus food and toiletries. I am looking for Western family. Hope to hear from you soon. Please message me in WhatsApp for more details, 055-7034318. Thank you!
  7. Thanks UK mum, I actually ended up going to see her after reading your reply and was very impressed with how knowledge and professional she was. I was seeing a doctor at nmc brightpoint and I’m now switching over to dr feroza for the rest of my pregnancy. Where did you have your delivery?
  8. I wish I could say that my babies were great sleepers when they were born. But that was NOT the case. After a several months of being frazzled new parents that were not sleeping, we sought out a sleep expert.… The post Travel Tips for New Parents-From a Sleep Expert appeared first on Canadian Expat Mom. View the full article
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  10. Serves 6 Persons Preparation Time 20 Minutes Cook Time 50 Minutes A great Middle Eastern appetizer that will add a great touch to your mezze table. Making grape leaves has never been this easy! INGREDIENTS 1 ½ cups short grain rice, washed and drained 1 chopped onion 1 chopped tomato ½ cup thinly chopped parsley 500 g American Garden grape leaves ½ cup olive oil 1 cup water ¼ cup American Garden lemon juice Salt-to-taste Black pepper-to-taste For serving: American Garden ranch sauce PREPARATION 1- In a bowl, combine the rice with the onion, tomato and parsley. Pour in half of the olive oil then season with salt and black pepper. 2- Place American Garden grape leaves on a solid surface then add about 1 tablespoon of the filling in the center just above the stem end. Tuck in the sides over the filling then roll tightly into a cigar shape. Repeat with the rest of the ingredients. 3- Layer the grape leaves in an oven dish. Drizzle the rest of the oil, American Garden lemon juice and the water on top. 4- Cover with foil paper and cook in the oven at 180˚C for 40-50 minutes. 5- Serve with American Garden ranch sauce.Check out my blog for more recipes
  11. Serves 7 Preparation Time 20 Minutes Cook Time 10 Minutes These cheese samosas are stuffed with a delicious mixture of cheeses then fried until golden and crunchy. Serve them hot to enjoy the melting cheese! INGREDIENTS 500g samosa sheets 400g mozzarella cheese, shredded 120g cream cheese 3 Tbsp. feta cheese 3 Tbsp. parsley, chopped 1 Tbsp. Oregano 4 Tbsp. Flour 8 Tsp. water Vegetable oil for frying For Serving: American Garden Ranch dressing-to-taste American Garden Creamy Italian dressing-to-taste American Garden Ketchup-to-taste American Garden Mayonnaise-to-taste American Garden Mustard-to-taste White pepper-to-taste PREPARATION 1. In a bowl, crumble together feta and cream cheese. Add mozzarella cheese and mix. 2. Add parsley and oregano and stir to combine. Set the mixture aside. 3. In a small bowl, stir together flour and water. Set aside. 4. Put 1 tbsp. of filling on one corner of a sheet. Fold the sheet into a triangular samosa and seal the open corner with the flour – water mixture. Repeat with the remaining sheets. 5. Fry the samosas in preheated oil over medium heat, for about 3 minutes or until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. 6. For serving: In a bowl, mix ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard and a pinch of white pepper until combined. 7. Serve the samosas next to this dip, in addition to American Garden’s Ranch Dressing and Italian Dressing. Note: While working with one samosa sheet, keep the rest covered with a towel to prevent them from drying out.Check out my blog for more recipes
  12. Are you looking for a simple jam recipe? Look no further! The smell of jam fills the air!! We just came back from a visit to Beirut and Paris. We spent some family time together with my mom and my in-laws! While we were there, mama made quince jam, using the wonderful smelling fruit sitting in her kitchen basket! Mom is widely creative and passionate about her jams! One of the most pleasurable moments for me is to look through her old torn sheet recipes and her old cooking magazines! I don’t know why !! Maybe this brings back fond memories of the dishes we enjoyed as children.Quinces, a distant relative to apples and pears, make a wonderful, spreadable sticky jam.- though more mouth-puckering when eaten raw. The fruit is native to Lebanon, Iran, Turkey and Greece and a familiar tree throughout the Middle East; quince produces a natural pectin when cooked. The jam is flavored with mastic gum that adds a wonderful dimension.Quince is so good for you, here is an article about the health benefits of this underrated fruit from The Organic Facts and why you should include it more in your diet! The good thing here is that the jam does not require food coloring or even pectin. The flesh of the fruit is beige in color when cut raw that naturally turns to red when cooked. Have you ever thought of pairing mastic gum with jams? Yes, mastic goes enticingly well with jams, and here is a good example for that! The jam is great with Arabic bread, toasts, scones or French baguette, crackers or just straight out of the jar! Em! Yes I do that!! Happy eating The jam is made up of equal weights of fruits and sugar. Store the jam in sterilized glass jars Ingredients 1 kg /2 lb 4 oz. quince, leave the peel on 1 kg / 2lb. 4 oz. sugar ¼ teaspoon citric acid (hamod allaymoun) or ¼ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice 8 mastic gum pods crushed with a pinch of sugar 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice to be added at the end of cooking Directions: 1. Wash and pat dry the quinces 2. Cut each in half, core and grate using a grater with large holes. Toss with sugar and let them sit overnight in the fridge. 3. Transfer the quince-sugar mixture to a heavy bottomed saucepan, add the citric acid or the lemon juice and bring to a boil, reduce heat to low. 4. Cook for 11/2 hours uncovered, stirring every now and then and make sure heat is reduced to low.You will notice the quince starts to turn pink-red and thickens a bit (I like mine well clotted) 5. Crush the mastic gum with a pinch of sugar and add to the jam; add an additional tablespoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice, stir well. Remove from heat and set aside to completely cool down before transferring to sterilized jars. Refigerate and it will keep up to 1 year Recipe By Hadias CuisineCheck out my blog for more recipes
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  14. Have you tried Sno Dental on Delma Street. Amazing staff and best thing is they dont over treat a patient.
  15. This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Cultural adaptation Original article published 6th November 2012 Updated several times and republished 1st July 2019 Further to my generalised ... The post The culture shock graph appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  16. This is a new post from Expat Child by Carole Hallett Mobbs Expat Child - Moving overseas with children. Relocation advice. Tips for using a packing service Removal companies usually offer a packing service where their team packs everything on your ... The post Moving overseas? Packing day! appeared first on Expat Child. View the full article
  17. Dr Feroza is a well renowned OBGYN from the leading Women's hospital in the UK and I was very impressed with her management and care of my complex delivery. She was very sensitive, caring, compassionate and understanding during a stressful and emotional time. She is an excellent OBGYN. She has very impressive credentails, probably the best in Abu Dhabi. She is also Medical Director at Kings College. She is highly recommended and very well respected in the UK.
  18. Hi. Really wanted to deliver here in Abu dhabi but I got married when I am 3months pregnant already. Will there be any issues in acquiring birth certificate of my baby upon delivery? Please i need your help. Due date will be on Nov 18-22. Pls comment on those moms who experienced the same. Thank you
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  22. Hi We are family of three young girls aged 4 and 2. looking for a live-in full time housemaid in Abu Dhabi. Should have experience with kids.
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  26. I haven’t checked in here for a long time, but for some reason today ADW popped into my head so I thought I’d stop by and say hello, we did leave AD, went off to Qatar then Jordan. Came back here in 2017.
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