The Arab Table
October 13, 2006 Friday 3PM CT
This hour on Here on Earth: Radio without Borders, Jean and her guest explore the diverse dishes and enchanting flavors of Arab cookery beyond hummus and tabouleh.
Some Appropriate Expressions of Good Wishes
- Happy Ramadan! -- no translation necessary!
- Mabrook alaykum al Shahar -- "Congratualtions on the arrival of the month"
- Kul Ramadan wa antum bi khair -- "Hope you are well and in good health every Ramadan"
- Eid saeed -- "Happy Eid!"
- Eid Mubarak -- "Blessed Eid!"
- Yenad a laik -- "May it came back to you," meaning "May you experience the month with the same wishes you wish for me."
- May Bsisu, author of "The Arab Table"
- Mohamed 10/13/06: "First I would like to thank you for your program on Ramadan. Secondly I would like to invite you and your family to break the fasting with us at our home."