Just before dawn, the days of Ramadan start with suhoor, a meal meant to sustain those who fast until sundown. Photographers Shorouk Azaizy and Oday Yaish set out to document it locally.
Maqluba is the flagship dish of Palestinian cuisine. You will find it served in most homes in the country on the first day of Ramadan.
The most important time of the year for Muslims families is rich in spirituality and culinary traditions
Qatayef Asafiri, which translates to little bird qatayef, originated in Syria and Lebanon. They’re filled with a soft cheese for Ramadan.
These sweet, stuffed pancakes fried in butter and doused with simple syrup, are perhaps the food most closely associated with Ramadan.