Warby Parker

Ramadan Crafts and Recipes

Manal Aman is a young Canadian who is a rising craft star. She also happens to be Muslim and entreated me to do a Ramadan story together. As I think it’s always important to learn about
other traditions, and I was inexperienced with the customs of Ramadan, I jumped at the chance!

Eid Gift Wrap

Traditionally, children receive money on Eid. But in North America, many parents now opt to give their children wrapped gifts.

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Eid Gift Wrap

Naan Khatai with Oil

Cardamom gives these cookies a unique flavor.

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Naan Khatai with Oil

8 Pointed Star Ornaments

These ornaments are in the shape of an 8-pointed star, one of the most prominent symbols in Islamic art and architecture.

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8 Pointed Star Ornaments

Plum & Rosewater Sherbet

Rose water gives this drink a lovely floral note.

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Plum & Rosewater Sherbet

Whirling Dervish Place Settings

Whirling dervishes act as symbols of love and kindness.

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Whirling Dervish Place Settings

Chapli Kebab

Wonderfully spiced beef patties that are perfect for celebrating Ramadan or just for a weeknight meal!

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Chapli Kebab

Ramadan Lanterns

Before electricity, it was a tradition in some Muslim cultures to climb up to high elevations with lanterns in hand to help spot the crescent moon; the sighting of the moon indicating the beginning of Ramadan or Eid.

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Ramadan Lanterns

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