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The Village Voice
Find a Taste of Lebanon at the East Village's Au Za'atar
Tarik Fallous has been in the United States for 19 years, during which time he and his friends have always been on the lookout for restaurants that serve up the dishes they remember from home.
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Tue Mar 04, 2014
Food & Wine
Loved Jerusalem? Get this Cookbook
In this series, food writer, wine lover and cookbook obsessive Kristin Donnelly test-drives the most fun and inspiring new books that come across her desk.
Post and Courier
Diner's dictionary Defining unfamiliar menu terms Tahini
In Arabic, it means "to grind," which is exactly how hulled sesame seeds are transformed into the Middle Eastern pantry staple.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Los Altos Town Crier
Cheesecake lightens up with lemon and spice
When it comes to entertaining people unfamiliar with Middle Eastern food, I love combining eastern and western influences, allowing the uninitiated to try a new dish that is somewhat familiar at the same time.
The Queen kebab shop displaying huge pictures of her majesty backs down
Kofte with his head! Kebab shop displaying huge pictures of her majesty backs down... but it's still called The Queen It sounds like the sort of slight that might cause Her Majesty to scream 'off with his head', but today Buckingham Palace denied any involvement in the disappearance of giant pictures of the Queen from a Kebab shop window display.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Rio Times
Finding Middle Eastern Food in Rio
With a sizable Middle Eastern community in Rio, one can find many restaurants to indulge in traditional dishes such as hummus, babaganoush, kaftas and Lebanese rice with lentils and fried onions.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Jamie Erickson, co-owner of Izgara restaurant, offers Middle Eastern cooking classes
Looking to spice up your home cuisine? Want to flex your epicurean muscles? Jamie Erickson, co-owner of Izgara Middle Eastern Cuisine in Forest Grove, may have a solution.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Duke City Fix
John Mulhouse commented on John Mulhouse's blog post Dining at...
Albuquerque has an embarrassment of good restaurants. This past Sunday we had planned to visit a local eatery, but they were closed.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The Washington Post
At the reborn Iron Gate, the cooking finally matches the charming setting
Big lanterns line the path to its door. A fire crackles in the hearth. Dark wood walls, red leather banquettes and a counter behind which cooks fuss over ingredients in view of your table foster an air of intimacy.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
In the market for fried chicken, a dirndl, music lessons, home goods or great photos?
One year after the closing of Gilbert Jewelers, a downtown fixture for six decades at 364 First Ave. N, a new business is going in the corner space.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
New Davis Square Eatery Off to Perfect Start on Yelp
The Shawarma Place in Davis Square has only been open for a couple of weeks, but it's already won over a handful of Yelp! reviewers.
Sat Feb 08, 2014
Persepolis now open on Savannah's Whitaker Street
One quiet night last week, a friend and I checked out Persepolis, the new restaurant at 41 Whitaker St., just north of Broughton.
Post and Courier
Mount Pleasant woman known for skill in Lebanese cuisine and French pastry
I'll wager that most cooks would be very flattered if they were described this way: "One of the most elegant, best, authentic cooks I have ever met."