Saba Wahid is a dynamic personality on and off screen. She really and truly does enjoy life to the fullest by surrounding herself with a diverse group of friends, family, and loved ones. She has had a colorful upbringing rooted in her Pakistani ethnic origin balanced with her American born and raised attitude.

Saba prides herself on her ability to adapt in any environment, but the place where she feels most at ease is in the kitchen. Her creativity and enthusiasm in this setting is unique because she manages to incorporate all of the elements that are important in her life and communicates it in the world of gastronomy.

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Culinary Delights, By Saba Wahid

Check out Saba's blog to find out what's hot and what's not in the wonderful world of gastronomy!

The Good Ones Boston: Grecian Roof Top Celebration
JUL 29, 2014
Club Noor: Cumin Crusted Eggplant with Spicy Tomato Sauce and Savory Yogurt Topping
JUL 4, 2014
Club Noor: Chocolate Banana Samosas with Chai Spiced Creme Anglaise
JUL 4, 2014
Enjoy Convenient Meals at Home with DinnerTime ME
MAY 6, 2014

Southern Food Done Right at Novotel's Cravin' Cajun
MAY 4, 2014

A little Chinwaggery is good for the Soul, check it out at Movenpick JBR
APR 17, 2014

The Gateway to Modern Indian Cuisine at La Porte des Indes
APR 16, 2014

Dubai Food Festival Gourmet Trail Guide: Best Kept Secrets
FEB 28, 2014
Dubai Food Festival Gourmet Trail Guide: Best Cheap Eats
FEB 27, 2014
Dubai Food Festival Gourmet Trail Guide: Around the World
FEB 26, 2014
Dubai Food Festival Gourmet Trail Guide: Arabian Inspirations
FEB 26, 2014
Dubai Food Festival Gourmet Trail Guide:Ultimate Dining Experiences
FEB 26, 2014

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Did You Know?

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Creole is a style of cooking originating in Louisiana, United States which blends French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian,  Native American, and African influences, as well as general Southern cuisine.