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This Middle-Eastern salad is vibrant in colour, minty, sour and very easy to make. I normally serve fattoush to accompany falafels, hummus, or kebabs, but it pairs really well with burgers and even a piece of oven-roasted fish. 207 more words


Food Friday: "Simply Lebanese"

Every Friday, we at Casemate IPM bring you a delicious recipe hand-selected from one of the many cookery books we distribute. You should definitely try this at home! 534 more words



This is my all time favorite Middle Eastern salad! This is a traditional recipe for Fattoush that I learned from my mother in law.

Ingredients… 191 more words


Grilled Chicken | Fattoush

It’s tomato time! Few summer dishes show off tomatoes as well as a lemony fattoush salad. Although you can skip the pomegranate molasses without making much difference, the sumac is worth a trip to… 84 more words

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Fattoush Cafe: Best Coffee in Haifa

Fattoush Cafe is the best answer for a delicious meal and unique cup of coffee in Haifa, Israel.

The cafe sits on a row of restaurants where beautiful Israeli hostesses tempt you with menus and deals. 404 more words



If there is a salad I miss, this is the one. Yes, I could make it without the bread, but what’s the point? That crouton-like crunch, the way the bread soaks up the dressing, the beautiful mix of texture and flavor in your mouth . 292 more words


Jerusalem Garden Moved

As you may have heard, Ann Arbor’s favorite Mediterranean restaurant, Jerusalem Garden, has moved from their tiny S Fifth Ave location to the former Seva location at 314 E Liberty St. 236 more words

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