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Welcome to Safira's!
Raks al Dounya means, Dance oh World, and reflects our philosophy. At Safira's, we are all about well-being, good health, world culture -- and dance. We're sharing easy, healthy recipes for tropical and Mediterranean foods, book reviews, exercises, beauty tips, and dance news. Subscribe here and be a part of our world! Click here to see our website! And feel free to forward this to your family and friends!
This coffee recipe comes from Elias Bounajem, a wonderful Lebanese cook in Ft. Worth. You can drink it with anything! How about drinking it with a healthy and traditional Lebanese breakfast of boiled eggs, mashed fava beans (recipe last week!) olives, labnah, and pita bread or lavash? Turkish coffee makes espresso taste weak. I used to drink this every Saturday to pump myself up for morning belly dance class. You will need either a small saucepan or a cezve, a little pot with a handle. You will also need authentic Turkish coffee in a little square package. Try shoppping at the Spice Merchant, the India Emporium, the Asian Groceries store at the southwest corner of 21st and Woodlawn, and the Byblos Deli on 13th between West and Meridian.
Our July-August session starts Tues., July 8. Want to try it out? Take a single class for $12. The cost will apply toward your session fee if you sign up!
See Us Dance
Sat., August 16: See our Baila! World Dance Show, 8:00 p.m. at our studio, 2919 E. Kellogg Drive. We convert the studio to a theater, and share our dances with you -- Mid-Eastern and Tribal Fusion belly dance, flamenco, and gypsy fusion. We also provide snacks. Cost: $7.00.
Photography of Safira's dancers courtesy of David Staples