UK-based Dina Macki’s ‘Bahari’ shines spotlight on Gulf cuisine 

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DUBAI: While food from across the Arab world is internationally popular — hummus, tabbouleh, shawarma and tagine are crowd-pleasers across the globe — Khaleeji cuisine is still, arguably, underappreciated outside of the Gulf. The UK-based culinary writer Dina Macki is on a mission to change that. 

Macki is championing her native Omani cuisine through her debut cookery book, “Bahari,” which also pays tribute to the author’s Zanzibari roots (the book’s title is a Swahili term for ocean).  

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