My Breakfast: Tea with milk is a must
My Knives: VICTORINOX from the makers of Swiss Army Knife
Most Overused Spice: Cardamom
Favorite Foodie Destination: Any genuine Texan BBQ house
Favorite Kitchen Gadget: The blender!
Favorite Food Aroma: Saffron
Q: Why did you first get into cooking?
Cooking for my hungry friends during weekends at late hours back when we were in high school.
Q: Where were you before you came to Kuwait?
Q: Describe your favorite dish from your home country.
Muhammar, which is sweet basmati rice enriched with saffron and cardamom, with thick fish stew.
Q: Name three ingredients you can’t live without in the kitchen.
Onion, garlic and parsley.
Q: What is the most important part of a sandwich?
The harmony of its ingredients from the first bite.
Q: How does your personality differ inside and outside the kitchen?
Inside the kitchen I’m a very serious person who hates to be disturbed even with the ring of an incoming SMS.
Q: When you’re not cooking, what do you do for fun?
Scuba diving, riding my Harley, photography, music composition, just as a start.
Q: If you weren’t a chef, what would you like to be?
The thing is that I’m originally not a chef, rather an attorney who loves his profession yet further loves cooking.
Q: If you could choose, what would your ‘last supper’ be?
Since I will not have to worry about calorie intake, I’d say Big Daddy BBQ beef rib platter from the County Line restaurant in San Antonio Texas.