Ramadan is a time for fasting and praying but it's also a time for food.
Sound ironic? Not really. Ramadan is a time where Muslims come together and break their fast with one and other. At sundown, it's common for Muslims to join together for the iftar feast, or the breaking of the fast.
Of course, during the day, they're fasting, so the sundown meal can get elaborate.
But all Muslims are not alike and all Muslim cuisine isn't alike, either.
Here are some iftar treats from around the world, with links to recipes.
Ramadan Recipe links:
Harira recipe at Epicurious (Epicurious)
Morroccan Food: Harira (About.com)
Vegetarian harira recipe (Vegetarian Times)
Dahi Barey (Dahi Vadey) Recipes
How to Make Dahi Vada (Showmethecurry)
List of Dahi Barey Recipes (Khanapakana)
Ful Medames Recipes
Recipe for Ful Madames (Arab News)
Ful Medames (Epicurious)
Afghan Mantu Recipe (Hubpages)
Homemade Mantu Recipe (Afghanistan Culture)
Turkish Borek Recipes
Turkish Borek (Food Network)
Three Variations of Borek (Reflections enRoute)