Iftar is a meal served with a rice bowl.
The dish has been around since the 6th century BC, and was traditionally served at the end of a long and strenuous journey.
A bowl of cooked rice is often placed in the centre of the bowl, and a piece of bread is then placed between the bowl and the bowl’s rim.
It is a tradition of a Muslim woman who has been travelling for several years, to bring a bowl with her to a gathering of friends or close relatives, and to place it in the center of the room, with her husband at the centre and two other men nearby.
Once the bowl is in place, the woman may take a piece and place it on the bowl of the one to whom she has been invited, and she may then take another piece of rice and place that on the second to the bowl.
If the two men are in the room with the woman, they can take a small bowl from the table to eat together, while the husband takes another piece from the bowl to eat with his family.
For this iftar, a bowl is often decorated with gold leaf and gold, with the two pieces of rice placed in it, and the two women sitting together.
Iftar is an important meal in the Muslim faith.
On one occasion, when the wife of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was preparing for her iftar at the time, she had the husband bring the bowl with him, and they ate together.
When the Prophet (pbuk) passed away and the women returned to their homes, they were invited to return home to eat iftar.
In the following years, iftar became a custom in which the wife would bring a dish of rice to the home of the husband, and that would be served.
At times, iftars are also accompanied by bread or rice, to make the meal a little more filling.
One of the dishes that was very popular in the 6 th century BC was the rice-and-soup iftar .
The bowl and rice, wrapped in rice leaves, were placed on a tray and then served with saffron, sugar and spices.
After the bowl was served, the dish was then put into the middle of the kitchen, and then the bread or other food was placed on top of the rice leaves and served.
The dish would be taken away and eaten by the family.
This is the earliest example of the famous iftar dish in which two bowls are served, but it was not the only iftar to have been served by this way.
This is a bowl from China’s Ming dynasty, which is also known as the Song dynasty, dating back to the 16 th century.
Although the original is in Chinese, there are several versions of it.
One version shows a woman sitting on a throne, and two bowls of rice.
Another version has the bowl placed on the floor, while a bowl appears to be at the bottom of the table.
Many of these versions of iftar also have a bowl placed over the head of the woman sitting with the bowl in her lap, in a position that resembles a kneeling position.
While the iftar is generally served by the woman alone, the women are allowed to take a meal together with the husband at their home.
Some Muslim women also have other ways of preparing iftar , such as by placing rice in bowls in their homes or in the gardens of their homes.