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ENDING THE HOLY MONTH OF FASTING WITH TRADITIONAL NATIONAL SPECIALITIES FOOD tastes best when it means something spe­cial, and even better when it’s both delayed and deserved. That’s why they call it “Sweet Eid”. For the past lunar month, the global Ummah has been in a state of self-denial. Ramadan has achieved its purposes and Eid is now placed as the capstone of the arch. A month of daily self-sacrifice has strength­ened the bonds of the faithful in a practical manner, and Eid acknowledges this not only by celebrating Ramadan’s closure (Eid al-Fitr means “festival of breaking the fast”) but also…