Chef at Large, Michael Smith & Prince Mired Al Hussein of Jordan get cooking on the Food Channel the help of the Petra Kitchen.
It seems to me that Ramadan is a time when many Muslims in Jordan become especially devout and adhere more closely to certain Islamic doctrines, almost in the same way some protestant Christians become more devout during Christmas, Lent, and Easter.
Schlotzsky’s Inc. has opened a restaurant located in Amman, Jordan, minus “The Original® Sandwich” from the menu of course – ham not being an item for consumption in country whose population is 92% Sunni Muslim. The new Amman location is co-branding with another Focus Brands franchise Carvel ice cream.
Ramadan is a Muslim religious observance that takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, marked by fasting (sawm) from dawn until sunset, during which time adherents refrain from all food and drink. While an excellent lesson in patience, sacrifice and humility, this practice may create some dietary difficulties for those touring, working, and/or studying in Jordan – as described in the following snippet from the Jordan Times …