Madam’s Tabbouleh Recipe

16 Comments 10 July 2012

In the kitchen, Coussouma is the hands chopping, dicing and mixing to life Madam’s visionary creations (according to Madam).

The combination of both is a culinary Batman & Robin like duo (with a lot of garlic in the air)!

Madam has no doubt her Tabbouleh recipe is amazing, but she likes to hear that coming from her son Touf who isn’t particularly fond of salads in general, since he’s more of a “meat person”

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16 Comments so far

  1. Ruba says:

    Love how you captured that..!!! Fazee3a, hats off to you :)

  2. Mishka says:

    YOU DID IT AGAIN! Brilliantly perceptive.

  3. Michelle K. says:

    hahaha Love it!

  4. Emomo says:

    Poor Coussouma :D

  5. Salim Zwein says:

    you never cease to amaze me with your critical eye..LOVE IT :D

  6. deedee w/o dexter says:

    i likey very very much!!!

  7. C’est tellement ça… J’adore ton coup de crayon ma zizi :)

  8. Paula says:

    Chou hal mama!!!

  9. Justine says:

    Just hilarious! And, how true…

  10. ghinwaAZ says:

    High attention to details in facial expressions and funny script! you made me remember those typical Lebanese moments, and laugh :)

  11. Dani says:

    This is perfect! The [true!] story, language/word choices and illustration. Love it!

  12. Hilda says:

    You have a critical eye and a lovely sense of humor…!! I always wait for your comics…!

  13. Yasmine says:

    Love it! what moms home cooking has become :)

  14. Lilou says:

    Absolument hilarant!! et tellement vrai!
    J’ai tellement rigole que j’en ai pleure!!
    C’est la 1ere fois que je decouvre tes illustrations et j’ai trouve les caracteres geniaux!

    Merci de m’avoir fait rire :)

  15. nathalie says:

    Was directed here by Karen Karam’s 365 days blog. Love your work and how you are able to capture the essence of Lebanese society. Bravo!


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