The holidays is the perfect time to spice up the pantry and the tabletop with Tunisian flair. Choose from specialty food items or artisan servingware.
In the search for something meaningful to give friends and family? You’ve come to the right place. These gifts will bring joy and beauty into your home while not breaking the bank.
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Whether shopping for Mother’s Day or sending a gift of appreciation for that shoulder you lean on, these gifts are truly unique for those that mean the most to you.
A sweet and spicy recipe by Forks and Trails, using Les Moulins Mahjoub’s harissa and apricot jam.
A spicy take on hummus – add preserved lemons and pickled jalapeños for an extra kick!
Since we’re all eating three meals a day at home these days, why not elevate your dining table with color, patterns, texture, and light.
Lyoum and Hölma co-founders, Claire and Sofiane Ben Chaabane, put a spin on the Tunisian fricassé sandwich, opting for baking “choux” pastry, instead of fried dough.
We return to this spicy squash recipe time and time again, either served with couscous, as a delicious dip, or spread on a slice of bread or sandwich.
Les Moulins Mahjoub products are made the slow way—with organic farming techniques, olives picked by hand, all-natural ingredients and the dedication of a family with deep Tunisian roots.
Emerging designer Anissa Meddeb talks to SOUKRA about her design process, how she embraces the slow fashion movement, and the importance of working with Tunisian textile industry.
Heelless leather slippers, also known as “babouches” or “balghas,” are a staple in the Tunisian household. Instead of tracking in dirt from outside, slip these on the minute you get home.
Once you read these tips, you will be shamelessly rocking this versatile piece over and over again.
The board games by Flayou are handcrafted by artisans in Sejnane, a region in northwest Tunisia. Flayou’s founders, Hella el Khiari and Thomas Egoumenidas, share with us how their board games are 100% handmade.
Hella el Khiari and Thomas Egoumenidas founded the multi-disciplinary design agency Flaÿou in Carthage in 2016. Their first products included chich-bich, a collection set of 3 board games – Chess, Backgammon, and Checkers.