In a remote area in Bani Hamida Mountain in Jordan, this woman was making yogurt in front of her house. She beckoned us over to watch, as she shaped the yogurt into balls. The yogurt is then be left to dry in the sun. Later, bits are broken off and used in meals - particularly in mansaf, Jordan's much-loved national dish.
I once was with a Jordan Television crew at an army outpost in the desert. Lunch - in my honour, as the only female present - was a giant platter of mansaf. Everyone dug in, using their hands. Thankfully, an army officer handed me a spoon.
If you visit Jordan, be sure to try mansaf for at least one meal!