By: Danya Weiner
When I was still pregnant I heard a rumor at my son’s preschool that one of the assistants at my was quitting and was looking to become a nanny. Being that I always really liked her, I immediately called her in hopes I was the first to “catch” her. Today, Hisin is my son’s nanny (together with another mini-friend, Ella). Not a day goes by that I am not thankful that she is in my life, she has the biggest heart I have ever come across. Beyond the limitless love she gives to my three sons, she spoils Oded and I with her amazing cooking straight from the authentic Arab cuisine. She has brought us fresh zaa’tar (hyssop) homemade by her sister, spicy pickled olives and many other little surprises which never fail to excite me. At least once a week I come home to find pots and pans filled with delicious stews alongside a perfectly chopped vegetable salad.
Last Sunday I came home after a long (sweet) photo shoot, and I was in need of something savory. To my delight,...
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