Sanaa’s was selected by Food and Wine online as one of the best vegan and vegan friendly restaurant in all 50 states http://www.foodandwine.com/special-diets/vegan/best-vegan-restaurants-america#best-vegan-restaurants-by-state-south-dakota
Sanaa on KELO Feeding South Dakota Annual Dinner Benefit
Sanaa At KDLT healthy after school snacks http://www.kdlt.com/news/kdlt-kitchen/Healthy-After-School-Snacks-And-Drinks-For-Kids/41783368
Sanaa in The Argus Leader Viewing party for the Sanaa’s Food Network Show
Sanaa on Kelo about Sanaa compete on The Food Network Beat Bobby Flay
Sanaa in Argus Leader Dancing and cooking with Shakira’s Hips don’t lie.
Sanaa in NYTimes about the food Scene in Sioux Falls
Sanaa on KDLT News with story about Beat Bobby Flay Show.
Sanaa in real food traveler
Sanaa’s in 605 magazine blog about ethnic food in Sioux Falls.
Sanaa’s on KDLTNews about fall flavors and cookbook launch.
Sanaa’s in SFBJ and KSFY about her new cookbook
Sanaa’s in Veg Travel and Business
Read about our annual dinner to raise money for the local food bank
Sanaa Abourezk is a Gourmet Chef, Restauranteur, Author, Nutritionist, Blogger Passionate about the art of cooking and teaching cool recipes.
Sanaa owns and operates a popular Middle Eastern Restaurant in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Engineering and a Masters degree in Nutrition.
She attended cooking school in Florence, Italy, as well as the Cordon Bleu Baking School in Paris, France.
She has worked as a nutrition adviser for the South Dakota Department of Health, where she advised clients on nutrition, cooking, and healthy eating.
A talented creator of healthy and delicious recipes, she has published three cookbook: Secrets of Healthy Middle Eastern Cuisine, Oh Boy, I Can’t Believe it’s Soy!, and Gluten Free Mediterranean.
Sanaa is passionate about developing recipes tailoring to certain dietary needs such as veganism and celiac disease. These recipes, however, can be enjoyed by anyone, whether or not they hold a certain dietary need.