Talk:Lebanese cuisine

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Grammar +Pronunciation[edit]

This is a nice effort in trying to write the foods' names in Lebanese but there are many grammatical errors in the way some foods were spelled.

Yogurt - missing in action[edit]

The article needs a paragraph on yogurt, which is (uniquely) a central part of Lebanese cuisine. Laban and Lebneh being the most famous uses, although it is used extensively throughout the cuisine.Newtwowiki (talk) 02:40, 26 September 2010 (UTC)

Difference between home and street food[edit]

In Lebanon you will find that there is a big difference between the food served in cafes and restaurants such as meze and the bbq, and the home cooked food which is of a different category altogether. The street food is desribed quite will in the article albeit could use a little more work, however the home cooked food is not mentioned quite as well. Home foods normally revolve around a dish and rice and or salads, or stuffings (e.g. vine leaves stuffed with meat and rice etc). The home cooked cusine shares many of it's dishes with neighbouring countries but always has a distinctness to it. I say more research would be needed into this to take the article to the next level. — Preceding unsigned comment added by A Gooner (talkcontribs) 13:24, 23 December 2010 (UTC)

Kafta[edit]

Changed "kofta" to kafta as that's how it's pronounced in the levant area. Themagicmanfromtrent (talk) 19:15, 21 July 2012 (UTC)