One of my favourite quick street food-style dishes is chicken wings. Yummy!
Sticky, spicy , sweet…There are few ways to make chicken wings but they all lead to dirty hands and pure moment of happiness.
Today, I’m sharing with you this super easy recipe for some delicious chicken wings with a taste of Middle East 😉
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One of our activities in the Arab Women In Computing(ArabWIC) organisation is to organise Webinars regularly to cover various topics from open source to career advice.
The last webinar was a discussion for students and academic professionals facing important career transitions.
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For someone who blogs (at least,try to!) about food and travel, I must love food and the story it tells about the place it comes from. Right?
When it comes to my homeland food, it doesn’t only tell any story, it tells my own story.
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I love this time of year, when spring is here with its colours and birds and when I get to go out on lovely walks in the countryside.
The British countryside is very beautiful (Since it rains most of the time).
Lately, thanks to some of my good friends, I discovered Chew Valley Lake which is a fake lake. It is a large reservoir, the fifth largest artificial lake in the UK.
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Last weekend, I was miles away from home to attend and speak at Women Who Code ‘s Connect2016 conference, a two-day tech conference designed to inspire women to excel in tech careers. There was in-depth panels, trainings, keynotes, and actionable advice on propelling more women into technology careers.
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8Th of March marks the International Women’s Day, may we never need just one day to celebrate women’s achievements, recognise their rights or highlight their struggles.
Some people make the joke of how women get one day but men have the rest of the year for them. It’s not funny! It’s not funny because we are in 2016 and we are still reminding the society of the pay gap every 8th of March.
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In his book “The Idle Traveller-The Art Of Slow Travel”, Dan Kieran has a whole chapter dedicated to staying at home and how to walk out the front door with the perspective of a traveller.
This book really changed my perspective on travel, it helped me a lot becoming a traveller rather than just a tourist.
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