Lebanese cuisine is one of the more recognized and well-liked around the world.
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Originally from Marjayoun, in the south of Lebanon, Amal Farha-Oaks fled Lebanon in 1980 due to the Civil War."I was seeing reviews everywhere in the papers about dry meat, bland hummus and flatbread," Farha-Oaks told The Daily Star.Suddenly she had a desire to show people that Lebanese food was nutritious, healthy and, most importantly, tasty. Farha-Oaks does plan on expanding her restaurant, but does not see herself opening new locations, for fear of losing authenticity.Lebanese cuisine is one of the more recognized and well-liked cuisines around the world.Farha-Oaks has been able to take Lebanese cuisine out of the country, while keeping the country in the cuisine.
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