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Christmas is fast approaching, and many in Lebanon are preparing to travel for the holidays. For those scrambling to find last-minute gifts that reflect the country they love, the possibilities are myriad. Pick up a cookbook of Lebanese recipes at one of Beirut's many bookshops and pair it with some distinctive Lebanese flavorings: Think zaatar, dibs raman (pomegranate molasses) and locally produced olive oil.As mentioned, a Lebanese cookbook makes a nice gift for the foodie in your life.The work of local calligraphers also makes a beautiful and distinctive gift.
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