Come to Safta Maha’s house, in the picturesque Druze village of Hurfeish, to savor the open view from the terrace and a variety of pampering breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.
Maha will serve you dishes such as shulbato, beef or chicken stew, grape leaves, stuffed cabbage, maqluba, mugrabi (stew of chickpeas with meat, pumpkin, and burgul), or pampering Druze-style breakfasts.
About Safta Maha:
Safta (Grandma) Maha Amer and her husband Amir open their home in the beautiful Druze settlement of Hurfeish.
Maha grew up in a village in a traditional home and like most girls her age, she graduated in eighth grade and stayed home to help her mother with the housework.
Maha says that she always loved the preparation of the dishes and when there were many events in the village, she used to accompany the preparations and learn from the older women who prepared the food for the celebration.
Come hear the moving story of Maha Amer, talk to her about the status of the Druze woman today and in the past, and of course savor breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Come and enjoy the fresh air, the view from the terrace, and of course the variety of authentic delicacies from the Druze cuisine.