Cooking the Perfect Scrambled Eggs for Breakfast

By | August 29, 2013

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A long time ago, when Google Reader was alive and kicking, I remember a fellow blogger posted a video of Gordon Ramsey preparing scrambled eggs. The only way I can actually crave and eat eggs is by eating them scrambled and not every restaurant can make them the way I consider them scrambled. You know yellow, creamy, with soft peaks and the entire thing in one piece. Ever since I saw the video I’ve wanted to make scrambled eggs at home but I never really got the chance to try and cook them until last weekend. Read more »

The Kuwaiti Film “Asad Al-Marma” About the Late Sameer Saeed

By | August 12, 2012

I received the link to this video by its director Ahmed Hajji Ali Yesterday afternoon and I have to say the moment I read “Sameer Sa3eed” my eyes started watering at once. I can still remember Al-Arabi winning the Amir Cup in 1992, me eating spaghetti with cheese and watching Sameer Sa3eed running around the football field in sheer happiness, the commentator screaming ya ghazal ya ghazal. One of the moments that never gets erased from your mind.

RIP Sameer Sa3eed. Allah yer7mk o y’3amid roo7ik eljanna. Thank you Ahmad Hajji Ali for the video and the effort.

Video: The Kuwaiti Section in King Fahad Academy During the 1990 Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait

By | July 26, 2012

Given that today is the 26th of February which coincides with the 22nd anniversary of the Liberation of Kuwait from the Iraqi invasion, I thought I would share with you this documentary shot in London during the 1990 Iraqi invasion on Kuwait of the Kuwaiti School Section in King Fahad’s Academy.

This is a rare video and many of the students and the teachers appear in the video. I hope you guys, whether you were in London, Kuwait, or students in the Academy, like it… Enjoy and 3ashat el Kuwait 7urra Abya!