The Night of the Ramadan Ghabga

By | July 21, 2013

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Considering the state of deadlock traffic post-iftar in Kuwait, I’ve decided not to venture outside my door until the end of the holy month of Ramadan. However, we decided to have a dinner gathering at our friend Shaima and it was supposed to be a casual get together ghabga to welcome back our friend FourMe home. A ghabga is a gathering or party usually held between iftar and suhoor meals in the holy month of Ramadan.

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Our dear friend Dr. Doona was on call and managed to make it to the ghabga in time in her scrubs. Qawach Allah dear <3

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I took a few pictures of the guests pre-dinner before my camera’s battery ran out and before I broke Shaima’s tea saucer shown in the picture below :S

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Our friend Shaima brought over a jar of little biscuit like Za’atar disc. They were beyond amazing, we couldn’t stop eating them, one after the other. I am so going to order from them again and use them with a side dip of really sour labna! Highly recommended.

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Thank you dear Shaima for hosting a lovely dinner :* It’s been a while since I’ve seen my friends. Mbarak 3leech el shahar o 3asach min 3owadah. Now, I’m seriously contemplating not going out the door until August, the traffic was insane :S


2 Responses to “The Night of the Ramadan Ghabga”

  1. FourMe says:

    The infamous estkana :p