I promised ages ago to post a last post on Eid.
And of course I didn’t.
For almost a whole month I stood silent.
Well, a couple weeks ago I went to a Ladies Eid dinner (small group) where they also invited mom and her family to wish us a good hajj. They sang a couple qaseedas and I took the opportunity to leaf through the qaseeda book to find…tada! the song I tried to share with you earlier.
This is the song my grandfather used to sing every eid at every house.
It’s in urdu and if you want the translation, it’s here.
Now maybe some of you are wondering if we did all the things we planned.
I got to make my roasted red pepper couscous salad. You can read all about it at Chennette’s blog.
You can also see the lovely pictures of baklava she took that we timed with the arrival of our cousin and her new groom from the airport, thus delaying their sleep even longer.
It must be stated, our new cousin-in-law seems quite nice and Insha Allah they will be very happy.
And did we make the barfi for them? Yes!
We ordered chinese food for them when they were due back from Tobago and it was waiting and they enjoyed it immensely. It’s great to be back in Trinidad and find halaal food to eat…not just vegetarian and not just run by muslims but completely halaal chinese food.
And then later, we made barfi for my cousin so she could get it nice and warm. It was delicious. She stuffed some in her husband as he lay half-asleep.
Homemade Barfi, for Eid and the Cousin’s Wedding Visit,
originally uploaded by Lilandra.
I took pictures of the complete process and it’s deserving of its own post eventually but you can see the set here.
And I finally uploaded the pictures of my making the Cordon Rose Cream cheese cake.