Food Memory: Mediterranean with Sister

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My sister doesn’t indulge in eating out often, so the week I joined her in Georgia and we each did homework all day was punctuated by trying most of the exotic restaurants she hadn’t tried herself. This sampler had baba ganoush, hummus, phillo pockets, and falafel with sauce. While each individual item wasn’t filling, eating a bunch of tiny things was so fun because it was something to talk about with my sister that wasn’t the long essays we were each writing, her for college and me for graduate school. The past few years have been really great for our friendship, and memories like this one have helped.

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4 comments on “Food Memory: Mediterranean with Sister

  1. Elizabeth says:

    We used to order the mezza plate in a Lebanese restaurant in Oregon. Great times. Thanks for reminding me.

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  2. Obol says:

    Oh, my. I just had dinner, but now I’m hungry again. Looks delightful.

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  4. aplotzi says:

    Love this food, great post

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