Non-Fat Frozen Yogurt At the Dahiya Juice Shop
October 25, 2010, 2:21 PM
Filed under: Food

The well-known Dahiya Juice shop has kept its legacy for some time now, unlike the common kuwaiti “habba” style. Even when nearly every co-op owns its own juice store, this one still is “the place”. Im not sure if its the name, the crowd, or the actual product that makes it unique, but it undeniably is.

Anyways, this classical place went up a notch and is offering non-fat frozen yogurts. For you frozen yogurt fanatics, you don’t need to drive all the way to the avenues anymore to get your favorite savory. You can do that all at the convenience of staying in your car.


I miss KDD
December 3, 2009, 5:16 PM
Filed under: Food

I miss their ice creams, their youghurts, cocktail juice.. I miss home and KDD is part of home!


Cool baby Chair
November 9, 2009, 1:51 PM
Filed under: Food, Furniture, Kid Stuff

Seymoupowell brings design to a table – from a baby’s point of view. The leading British design firm won numerous awards for this sleek chair. the design is minimal preventing clutter (the table also acts as a restraint instead of seat belts ) and looks fabulous! I like the round edges that prevents the accumulation of dirt, I can imagine how babies can get messy sometimes..


Dinner in The Sky
October 20, 2009, 10:15 AM
Filed under: Food, Random

You thought that eating at the Kuwait towers is worth it just for the view? Haha nothing compares to this!

The picture above is actually real. A brilliant guy came up with an idea of a hanging platform such as above carried by a crane above anything you want! You can have a meeting done there, dinner or even a wedding! The people are seated on race car seats, buckled up and lifted to the sky! They have a permanent crane stationed in Las Vegas (I bet you its always booked) and another in Europe transportable anywhere around the world!

What a romantic dinner or wedding that could make. Talking about creativity, literally the sky is the limit!

PS. Hewlet Packard did a meeting on this in Dubai, so it isn’t that far-fetched to bring it in Kuwait.


Laura Todd’s Cookies
October 12, 2009, 2:04 PM
Filed under: Food

Murder is what this does to you. Literally, IJRAM!

I like classic milk chocolate cookies. Mind me, I am VERY picky with sweets. As a matter of fact I don’t eat much sweets, EXCEPT when it comes to cookies, Maltesers and black bottoms. They are my soft spot. When I moved here, I thought I’ll  be missing some of these things from back home but no, Laura Todd’s cookies satisfies every taste bud in me. Literally E.V.E.R.Y. one. If I get a box of these cookies, I just can’t seem to stop till I have finished each and every one. The chocolate is so rich it feels creamy, it is simply mouth watering. They are chunky, soft and a bit crunchy just from the outside. They are perfect!

ATTENTION: Do not drive or operate any machinery while under the influence of these cookies. Seriously.

PS. Yes, I am sticking to my strict diet and avoiding this.


Roasted Chicken Recipe
October 5, 2009, 9:40 PM
Filed under: Food

A lot of people think cooking is such a hard thing. When I refer to myself doing something in the kitchen, I usually get: “Wow! You cook?”

If you boil an egg, well that’s cooking!

So I decided I’ll show you how easy it is to cook by posting a couple of easy recipes. The dish of the day is marinated chicken roasted with potatoes..


– 1 chicken

– 3 cloves of garlic

– 10 tablespoons Ketchup

– 3 table spoons HP sauce

– 3 tablespoons Worchestire Sauce

– Sea salt (the rough one)

– 2 potatoes

– a tiny piece of butter


1. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees celsius

2. Wash the chicken with water

3. Rub the chicken with 1 teaspoon of  salt

4. Mix the three sauces together ( ketchup, HP, worchestire )

5. Rub the chicken with the sauces

6. Add the garlic inside the chicken and keep the chicken aside

7. By the time, cut each potato in 4 pieces and add to boiling water

8. Add 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of oil to the water

9. Let the potatoes boil for approx. 7 min

10. Insert the chicken in a pyrex and add the butter piece on top of it

11. When potatoes are done, strain them from the water and arrange them near the chicken

12. Cover the pyrex with a silver foil but puncture a little hole through it with a fork

13. Insert the pyrex in the oven for approx. 1 hour

14. After half an hour has elapsed, add 1/4 cup of water to the chicken (this will keep it moist)

15. You will know that the chicken is done when a brownish crust forms on top. Sometimes  it may need a little more or less time than stated depending on the oven used.