In her latest article for Qatar Visitor Frances Gillespie gives a fascinating insight into the food of the Qatar bedouin.
It's a far cry from the Qatar of today, a country where there seems to be a fast food outlet every 100 yards.
Feasts happened, but for the greater part of the time the Qatari bedouin lived a life of scarcity, sometimes eating just one meal a day and surviving on unleavened bread, camel milk and the game they could catch.
For the full fascinating article and some great pictures, see Fran's Article: The Bedouin Diet.
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