Ramadan Mubarak to our Muslim friends!

Celebrated by Muslims around the world, this period provides an opportunity to reflect and reconnect with the community at large through fasting and prayer.

From sun up to sundown, observers of Ramadan “dry fast”, meaning they do not consume any liquids or solids (which becomes especially more difficult as the days get longer).

Before breaking their fast with the evening meal, ‘Iftar’, Qamar al-Din is drunk to help ready the empty stomach for the meal to come.

This thick, nectar-like drink is simply made with dried apricot paste, water, and sugar.

Certainly not an everyday drink, but just what is needed after a long day without food.
Here's our monthly recipe for you all to try out yourself...