Welcome back to SCIB! This episode highlights the unsung hero of the cooking world, Breakfast, as we tinker in the rooftop kitchen of my friend and incredible chef Michel Nabti.
I first tasted Michel’s masterpieces when I ate at the Fern event at Tawlet and knew Nabti had no choice but to be a star on my show. Here, we climb to the top of Beirut and pick herbs and veggies from his garden, have a blast in the kitchen, and finish off with a glorious meal under the sun.
You’ll most likely be seeing Michel again, as he’s got some crazy tricks up his sleeve that I just can’t wait to learn!
Enjoy the show. Below are the recipes as per this episode.
3 Types of Chopped Basil: Italian, Thai, Black
Red and Green Chili
Freshly Cracked Pepper
Fancy French Toast Mixture:
Eggs (we used 3)
Spices: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Clove
Stoned Fruit Salad:
Sliced Peaches, Plums, Nectarines
Grape Seed Oil
Enjoy and stay tuned for the next episode in the kitchen with chef and owner of L’Humeur Du Chef, Jad El Hage!
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