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    (Original post by slawaccess23)
    lool, but don't you agree?
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    like this
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    (Original post by SyedT)
    Yeah,I had to do one exam...it's all past though,so now I can relax for the rest of the holidays...or whatever's left of them :sigh:
    Bless.
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    (Original post by man_utd_99)
    almond?!
    yeah its' beautiful :]
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    I only really eat the yellow fresh dates, I can't stand the brown syrupy kind.
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    (Original post by London Liaisons)
    I only really eat the yellow fresh dates, I can't stand the brown syrupy kind.
    seriously you should try em, just those dried out ones, mmmmmm:yep:
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    (Original post by Liverpool F.C.™)
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    Lol, c'mon! "So when Our Commandment came, We turned (the towns of Sodom in Palestine) upside down..", you're all too familiar with this mashallah. Give us some tips lol. :cool:
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    None beat the sweet madani dates. :coma:
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    (Original post by man_utd_99)
    almond?!
    In the middle east we tend to stuff them with nuts, almonds are popular, in Iran ground pistachios.

    (Original post by man_utd_99)
    seriously you should try em, just those dried out ones, mmmmmm:yep:
    I've had the dried ones, I like them, I just dislike the sticky syrup ones.
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    Does anybody know where one can find some ajwa dates, apart from Madinah?
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    (Original post by slawaccess23)
    Does anybody know where one can find some ajwa dates, apart from Madinah?

    oh those are the ones i was talking about!!!!!! those are yummy!
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    (Original post by slawaccess23)
    Does anybody know where one can find some ajwa dates, apart from Madinah?
    Edgeware road.
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    (Original post by man_utd_99)
    oh those are the ones i was talking about!!!!!! those are yummy!
    cool, do you know what shops have them? They are nice and they have blessings as well.
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    (Original post by London Liaisons)
    Edgeware road.
    thanks, shop?
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    Pasta bake :coma:
    I've just finished making it, and i must say it looks rather yummy. :coma: My first time making pasta aswell (and my sisters), and mine looks better than hers. :king1: My mum said it looks nice too and my older sister tasted it and said it was yummy. :proud:
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    (Original post by slawaccess23)
    Lol, c'mon! "So when Our Commandment came, We turned (the towns of Sodom in Palestine) upside down..", you're all too familiar with this mashallah. Give us some tips lol. :cool:
    Lol nah bro, I'm no Aalim or anything.
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    (Original post by LalaLand-xo)
    I've just finished making it, and i must say it looks rather yummy. :coma: My first time making pasta aswell (and my sisters), and mine looks better than hers. :king1: My mum said it looks nice too and my older sister tasted it and said it was yummy. :proud:
    mmmmmm food!:p:
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    (Original post by man_utd_99)
    oh those are the ones i was talking about!!!!!! those are yummy!
    Their dark purple and short, almost round like berries.

    (Original post by slawaccess23)
    thanks shop?
    I don't have one in particular; I usually shop around. Try the side streets, the Egyptian shops are usually reasonable, Lebanese can be very pricey on the main road.
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    (Original post by LalaLand-xo)
    I've just finished making it, and i must say it looks rather yummy. :coma: My first time making pasta aswell (and my sisters), and mine looks better than hers. :king1: My mum said it looks nice too and my older sister tasted it and said it was yummy. :proud:
    I thought you didn't like pasta? :mute:
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    I think there was a hadeeth that went along the lines of A house without dates is a poor house. If someone can quote the exact hadeeth that would be fantastic.
 
 
 
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