Easter Season in Egypt, 1834: ‘Smelling the Breeze’, Making Kishk, Eating Colored Eggs & Salted Fish

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An izba in Upper Egypt, similar to the one in which I lived. Kishk was a great treat, as made by some of the older women.  It is a dish that transcends religious sects and socio-economic strata, as well as ethnicities.  Source - Village by Ahmed Moustafa

An izba in Upper Egypt, similar to the one in which I lived. Kishk was a great treat, as made by some of the older women. It is a dish that transcends religious sects and socio-economic strata, as well as ethnicities. Source – Village by Ahmed Moustafa

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