Ramadan is a celebration of solidarity and family spirit in our lovelyTunisia. This festive effervescence culminates with the feast of Eid El Fitr, commonly known in Tunisia "Eid Essaghir". The traditional Tunisian pastry in all its forms (Baklaoua, Kaak, Makroud, Ghraiba, Brik Hlew ... etc) is the queen of this festival. During the last days of Ramadan the housewives are busy preparing at home. The midday meal of this day is just as important. The housewives are investing to perpetuate a culinary tradition more than a century. The dishes served in these early days of non-fasting are as rich as varied as those served throughout the month of fasting. HAPPY Eid El-Fitr.