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  • Tags: Food-Lebanese

A photo of a Mokarzel relation in Freike. The caption reads "[fig] jam put in this jug when it is finished...Georgette." (Folder 2-1-8-3)
Mokarzel 2-1-8-3 Jug_wm.tif

A photo of Mokarzel relations in Freike preparing fig jam. Left to right: Bechara (Im Nasri's son), Yousuf, and Im Nasri Lebbos. (Folder 2-1-8-1)
Mokarzel 2-1-8-2 Jam_wm.tif

A photo of Mokarzel relations in Freike "picking the figs before cooking." On the left is Im Nasri Lebbos and second from the right is Yousuf. Folder (2-1-8-1)
Mokarzel 2-1-8-1 Picking_wm.tif

A photo taken by Rev. Al Maloof of men of the clergy having a picnic. The photos in this folder were intended for publication by Salloum Mokarzel. (Folder 1-2-1-42)
Mokarzel 1-2-1-42 Picnic_wm.tif

A photo taken by Rev. Al Maloof of the steppes overlooking Beirut. The photos in this folder were intended for publication by Salloum Mokarzel. (Folder 1-2-1-4)
Mokarzel 1-2-1-4 Villa_wm.pdf

A photo taken by Rev. Al Maloof of a mollassier making dibs roman (pomegranate molasses). The photos in this folder were intended for publication by Salloum Mokarzel. (Folder 1-2-1-2)
Mokarzel 1-2-1-2 Dibs_wm.tif

Joseph El-Khouri sits at the dining table full of food and surrounded by family (Folder 2-37).
Khouri 2-37 Photo_wm.tif

Theresa and Rose El-Khouri take a photo milling about a table full of food at the Shiver house (Folder 2-14).
Khouri 2-14 Photo_wm.tif

A portrait of Carolyn Dorroll (left) with three unidentified women, posing in front of a spread of Lebanese food, published in The Fayetteville Observer.
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An article from the Fayetteville Observer about the Hafli sponsored by the St. Michael the Archangel Maronite Catholic Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Carolyn Dorroll is pictured in the top picture on the right.
CarolynDorrollFayetvilleObserver1999_wm.jpg

A photograph taken at an El-Khouri family dinner. Most of the individuals are unidentified, but Rose El-Khouri is sitting at the head of the table. Though the date is unknown, the photograph was likely taken in the 1950s.
Elkhouri-family dinner_wm.jpg

Unknown woman making pita in Lebanon. The date of the picture is unknown, but it was likely taken between the 1970s-1990s.
El-Khouri_09_wm.jpg

Unknown woman making pita on a hot stone in Lebanon. The date of the picture is unknown, but it was likely taken between the 1970s-1990s.
El-Khouri_08_wm.jpg

El-Khouri family eating dinner in Lebanon, likely photographed 1960-1990.
El-Khouri_05_wm.jpg

A "Today's Women" article from The News and Observer profiling Yvette Baini Domit soon after the Domit family's move to Raleigh, North Carolina. The accompanying photograph depicts Yvette with her youngest son, eight-month-old Matthew Domit.
Newspaper- todays women feature on yvette_ocr_wm.pdf

A photograph collage of traditional Lebanese dishes.
Lebanese Food.jpg

A snapshot of Nell Heeden Mansour standing in front of a dinner table full of traditional Lebanese and American food--perhaps a meal for a major holiday, such as Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Mansour_Family_GrandMomDinner.jpg
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