What is known as Qarqayan is an inherited tradition in Saudi Arabia. Children go out in their traditional clothes after 'Isha' prayer and walk outside their homes. "In the corridors of residential neighborhoods carrying pots and drums, they knock on the doors of their neighbors' houses, chanting" Karkeq Qarqai'an "between Qusayr and Ramadan. "The house of Mecca will redeem you .. He will judge you for your parents." They ask the one who opens the door for the name of the eldest son, and they invoke songs with that name. At this time, each family prepares to prepare sweets and nuts to fill the children's pots and go joyfully to the other neighboring houses. As the days passed, some details developed and pots changed into cloth bags decorated for ease of carrying. Mothers began to invent more and to prepare sweets in bags for each of Tarek's shares. Now with our residential sites and large cities, the family has become a suitable place to gather children and relatives to celebrate all of them.
There is a difference about the origin of the name of Qarqayan, some said is the door knocker and others say of the pots of the children to collect sweets; or from the pots and the two stones smooth to announce their arrival. In the novels there is consensus on the embodiment of the children's fuss regardless of their source. Such times, Goody's kitchen is happy to share the joy of knowing the customs of our country, the authenticity of our heritage and the origin of our traditions.