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Vegan treats can be good!
Simple cornmeal pancakes from Joy. Which I experienced.
Welsh cakes - unleavened flaky scones, baked in a skillet like a pancake. What is not to love?
Hummus in Israel is a far cry from the sad mortar paste we get in the US.
Pine nut and raisin strudel at Antico Forno Marco Roscioli in Rome. Who knew breadcrumbs could be so delicious?
Big, satisfying flavors in these cool sesame flavored Otsu noodles.
Mujadara: the cheapest dish you'll ever love?
White currants, luminous as pearls.
If this arugula were any fresher it I'd have to slap it.
Home-made Sephardic treats - burekas, bulemas, and cheese filas. What a beautiful care package to come home to.
Zatar spice mix in a bin at the amazing Mahane Yehuda market in Jerusalem. There are several types of zatar, but this one is mostly thyme and sesame seeds. Folks all over the Middle East sprinkle it on all kinds of food.
The selection of dairy products at the Mahane Yehuda market in Jerusalem is incredible; dozens of kinds of fresh cheese, yogurt, feta, labneh (yogurt cheese). OMG.
Fresh-squeezed to order pomegranate juice at the shouk in the Old City of Jerusalem. Unbelievable.
Insanely delicious falafel in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City in Jerusalem, Israel.
First beautiful artichokes from my garden, taking a bath to clean off the critters.
Just good old corn muffins, straight from Joy of Cooking except with some goat milk yogurt.
Foodbeam Sables Au Chocolat with Fleur De Sel
Eggplant Parmesan! AKA Eggplant Parmigiana. So freaking delicious.
Chocolate Muffins with Cream Cheese Filling and Homemade Chocolate Gelato
Caramelized Pear "Cupcakes" With Blue Cheese Frosting
Appetizer Cheese Empanadas with Chimichurri Sauce
Edamame in an Edible Tofu Bowl
Fig Brulee with Balsamic Vinegar