Ayesha Razak is a globe-trotting gourmand who makes you look at the grey British skies and think, ‘why me? Why am I confined to a Tesco meal deal?’
Mr Tee is an ice cream man and cult hero from Wrexham whose ridiculously outrageous ice cream concoctions make Willy Wonka look like an insurance salesman.
In her first guest blog for Ummahsonic, one of our favourite foodies, Halal Girl About Town, introduces us to her five favourite restaurants in London.
The premise of the show is simple: Nadiya travels to different parts of Britain & samples a dish or ingredient that the region is best known for. We <3 it.
Sipping brews in cafes with family and friends has happened in the Middle East since (hundreds of years) before we knew about coffee’s health benefits.
By following Halal Girl About Town on her food quest, you’ll learn about halal places (or places with halal options) that you may never have known existed.
Many popular foods in the UK come from Muslim countries. We’re looking at how grub like hummus goes from Middle East staple to must have item for hip Brits.
From being confined to salads to skipping an alcohol-laced dessert, here’s everything Muslims experience when they go to eat at a non-halal restaurant.
Despite the name, cloud bread isn’t really bread at all. You achieve the not-bread by whipping together eggs, yogurt, and cream of tartar, then baking.
To foster understanding & tolerance, Saab began hosting dinners, inviting neighbours, strangers and even the Uber driver who picked her up from the shops.
To mark Mental Health Awareness, we’re sharing the Saeed Atcha story, founder of Xplode Magazine, who recently wrote about his struggles with mental health.
By drawing from a vast array of personal experience, the Ummahsonic team is here to help you spot the tell-tale signs of social media & internet addiction.
Does your spine feel like a broken slinky? Would you rather be hit by a bus than spend another minute hunched over a laptop? We may have a solution: prayer.