Citations with the tag: MIDDLE Eastern cooking
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- Middle East of Eden.
Nold Jr., James // Louisville Magazine; Jul2000, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p84
Features the Grape Leaf Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky that specializes in Middle Eastern cuisine.
- Restaurateurs bring Mediterranean flavor to NYC.
Zuber, Amy // Nation's Restaurant News; 4/1/96, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p65
Focuses on Eastern Mediterranean restaurants in New York city. Artos; Bar Anise; Layla; Range of menu offerings; Specialties; Capacity; Average per person check.
- Feeding a falafel fetish.
Lustgarden, S. // Vegetarian Times; Apr92, Issue 176, p77
Describes the author's discovery of and fondness for falafel while on an archeological excursion in Israel. Deep-fried patties of chickpeas and spices; Falafel and pita bread Arab creations; More.
- A more healthful hummus.
Jerome, Carl // Vegetarian Times; May95, Issue 213, p22
Presents recipes for hummus. Low-Fat Hummus; Hummus Before Redux.
- Middle Eastern light.
Brandel, Catherine; Nagle, Mary // Prevention; Sep96, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p98
Offers recipes for Middle Eastern cookery. Baba Ghannouj; Bulgur; Chelou; Dolmeh; Other foods. INSETS: Persian salads;Ethnic-eating primer.
- Go Middle East.
Brandel, Catherine; Nagle, Mary // Restaurant Hospitality; Nov95, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p74
Focuses on Middle Eastern recipes. Favorite meat; Region's utilization of spices and herbs; Seasoning blends; Effort of American restaurateurs to serve Middle Eastern cuisine.
- Middle Eastern magic.
Creber, Ann // Australia's Parents; May95, Issue 83, p65
Presents recipes for Middle Eastern foods. Felafel; Humus bi tahini; Herbed olives; Middle Eastern salad; Tabbouli; Athenian baked fish; Chicken with yoghurt; Ingredients; Preparation.
- A well-kept secret.
Osborne, Christine // Middle East; Apr97, Issue 266, p38
Reports that traditional Omani cuisine in Middle East is one of the culinary world's best-kept secrets. Omani cooking as an amalgam of sweet and savory flavors introduced through cosmopolitan trade links dating back centuries; Local cuisine of Dhofar; Exotic fish recipes; Main courses based on...
- EXAMPLES OF MIDDLE EASTERN DISHES.
Osborne, Christine // Caterer & Hotelkeeper; 7/31/2009, Vol. 199 Issue 4588, p16
The article lists the examples of middle eastern dishes including Hummus, Tabouleh and Warak Enab.
- MORE AND MORE 'MAINSTREAM'.
Kowalski, Kathiann M. // Cobblestone; May2002, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p33
Deals with the growing familiarity toward Middle Eastern food or cookery in the U.S..
- Food for thought.
Stanglin, Douglas; Walsh, Kenneth T. // U.S. News & World Report; 1/29/96, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p26
Mentions the chief topic of conversation when members of the delegation at the Israeli-Syrian peace talks dined together in rural Maryland. Discussion of whether falafel was the national food of Israel or of Syria.
- ARABIAN BITES.
Nelson, Nichol // Gourmet; Jan2004, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p119
Presents the recipe for the Middle Eastern dish Falafel and Tahini Sauce.
- Bridging the Persian Gulf.
Nold, James // Louisville Magazine; Jul2001, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p72
Features the Babylon Iraqi Restaurant and Saffron's restaurants in Louisville, Kentucky that serve dishes which originated from Iran and Iraq.
- Hungry locals find peace in flavors of Middle East.
Dawson, Faith // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 11/13/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p40
Reports the popularity of the Middle Eastern food among diners in New Orleans, Louisiana. Details of a typical Middle Eastern menu; Emergence of Middle Eastern restaurants in the area; Characterization of Middle Eastern cooking.
- Ritz-Carlton offers $6.95 Mediterranean buffet.
Dawson, Faith // Nation's Restaurant News; 7/18/94, Vol. 28 Issue 28, p35
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- Global food chain.
Dieusaert, Tom // Business Mexico; Feb1999, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p48
Reports on the expansion into Mexico of Habib's, a Brazilian restaurant chain specializing in Middle Eastern snacks. Background of company owner Alberto Saraiva; Rationale for and planning behind the Mexican foray; Brazilian market success against established foreign chains.
- easy ethnic.
Kaufman, Sheilah // Vegetarian Times; Sep2004, Issue 324, p50
Presents several Middle Eastern vegetarian recipes.
- Middle eastern fare.
Bishop, Jack // Natural Health; Sep2000, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p138
Presents recipes for Middle Eastern vegetarian dishes. Zucchini Stuffed with Lentils, Tomato, and Black Olives; Turkish White Bean Wraps; Fattoush (Toasted Pita Bread Salad); Herbed Chickpea Patties with Israeli Salad; Red Lentil Soup; Bulgur Pilaf with Swiss Chard, Toasted Pine Nuts, and...
R.R.; R.P. // New York; 8/11/2008, p47
A recipe for tabbouleh is presented.
- MEMORIES OF ADELE.
Allen, Mel // Yankee; May2000, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p88
Presents a daughter's recollections on her mother's party dishes. Presence of Caribbean, English and American influences on party food; Dominance of Middle Eastern tastes; Delight in guests' appreciation of her cookery; Difference of hosting a party and catering; Recipes for Yebra Parve;...
- Side Dishes.
King, Paul // Nation's Restaurant News; 07/24/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 30, p56
Presents news related to the restaurant industry in the United States compiled as of July 24, 2000. Middle Eastern food fare suggested by a cab driver to his passengers in Brooklyn, New York; Mussels and dating experience offered by the Cuvee Notredame restaurant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;...
- Mideast food gains in popularity.
Fitzmoms, Tom // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 5/21/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 44, p16
Reviews are offered for restaurants in New Orleans, Lousiana such as the Cleopatra, Phoenicia and Nile Cafe.
- Cosmo Weekend: You and Him.
Ruderman, Zo� // Cosmopolitan; Dec2008, Vol. 245 Issue 6, p198
The article offers suggestions on things to do during the weekend. As an alternative to traditional food go out to a Middle Eastern restaurant and try food like kofta kebabs, lamb skewers, and baba ghanoush. During the weekends spend extra time in bed with a project like a Christmas gift list....
- Steakiat MABAT.
Ruderman, Zo� // Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine; 2005, Vol. 1, p92
Provides information on Stekiat Mabat, a kosher restaurant in Brooklyn, New York that serves Middle Eastern cuisine. Restaurant atmosphere created for customers; Quality of the restaurant's steaks; Background of owner Yoram Levy in cookery; Customer relations philosophy followed by Yoram Levy...
- Zion Yemenite Cuisine.
Ruderman, Zo� // Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine; 2005, Vol. 1, p124
Provides information on Zion Yemenite Cuisine, a kosher restaurant in Brooklyn, New York that serves Middle Eastern and Yemenite cuisine. Interior design of the restaurant; Customer relation philosophy followed by restaurant owner Moshe Goldstein; Specialties.
- FREDDIE'S grill.
Ruderman, Zo� // Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine; 2006, Vol. 2, p98
The article offers information on Freddie's Grill at Deal in New Jersey. The restaurant offers a terrific array of steaks, chops, chicken burgers, deli and soups. It is considered the only restaurant that serves a combination of barbecue and Middle Eastern dishes. It features special themed...
Ruderman, Zo� // Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine; 2006, Vol. 2, p101
The article offers information on the Ranoosh restaurant at Long Branch in New Jersey. The establishment is described as beautiful and classy. It features a combination of Lebanese, Turkish and Israeli music playing in the background. It offers Middle Eastern food such as the Fatoush salad,...
- Middle East Souk in DC Makes for a Fun-Filled Afternoon.
Hanley, Delinda C. // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p52
The article reports that the Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development in Washington, D.C. hosted a Middle East souk (market) on December 10, 2011 featuring various merchandise like Palestinian olive oil, keffiyeh from the Herbawi factory in Hebron, shawarma, falafel and sweets.
- WITHOUT RESERVATIONS: East Phoenix.
Orovan, Bill // Echo Magazine; 12/15/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p74
The article features the Shahrzad Middle Eastern restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. For lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves a variety of pita sandwiches, Gyro and Sambuseks. The Gyro meat used in the restaurant is imported from the Midwest.
- Lebanon's New Locavores.
Ciezadlo, Annia // Newsweek (Pacific Edition); 6/13/2011, Vol. 157 Issue 24, p4
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of tasting Middle Eastern food in Beirut, Lebanon.
- Middle Eastern Cooking (Book).
Diebold, Ruth // Library Journal; 12/15/1982, Vol. 107 Issue 22, p2338
Reviews the book 'Middle Eastern Cooking,' by Rose Dosti.
- Salad Days.
Maddox, Patrick // Oklahoma Today; May/Jun2007, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p101
The article focuses on the third annual Tabouleh Festival to be held in Bristow, Oklahoma in May 2007. More than five thousand visitors are expected to show up at the third Tabouleh Festival for food, entertainment, fellowship and tabouleh. Event coordinator Rick Root says the best part of the...
- NOT THE GRILLE NEXT DOOR.
Rehagen, Tony // Indianapolis Monthly; Mar2007, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p290
The article offers information on Pomegranate Grille, a new restaurant for Middle Eastern street food in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is co-owned by Sarshad Fereidoon, a native of Iran. However, the menu is not restricted to Iranain fare. It serves a variety of Mediterranean-inspired foods like...
- King David 's to open second location in July.
Rombel, Adam // Business Journal (Central New York); 6/11/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 24, p1
King David's Restaurant, a popular Middle Eastern/Greek eatery with one location on the Syracuse University Hill, Syracuse, New York is targeting a late-July opening for a new 2,000-square-foot restaurant being built for it at The Towne Center at Fayetteville, New York. The new restaurant will...
- The Fab FOUR.
Clemens, Randy // Los Angeles Magazine; Jul2008, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p130
The article reviews several restaurants located in California that serve Middle Eastern dip which include Skaf's Grill in Glendale, Hummus Bar and Grill from Tarzana and Sunnin Lebanese Caf� in Long Beach.
- A Diverse Menu.
Clemens, Randy // Food & Drink; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p100
The article provides information on the Ardeo Mediterranean Taverna restaurant based in Bass River, Massachusetts. A historical overview of the restaurant is provided, along with information on its operations and employees. The restaurant serves Greek, Italian and Middle Eastern food. The...
- CHECK AVERAGES DOUBLE: Ethnic a 'natural' at museum.
Clemens, Randy // FoodService Director; 2/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p1
Reports on the impact of ethnic cuisine on the check average of Restaurant Associates Corp. at its cafes within the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Vietnamese recipes offered at Cafe Pho; Traditional ingredients available; Middle eastern culinary delights offered at Cafe Petra.
- New Ways to Use Hummus.
Breakstone, Stephanie // Prevention; May2009, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p52
The article discusses the nutritional benefits of eating hummus, a Middle Eastern mixture of chickpeas and tahini. Saying hummus is inexpensive, high in fiber and in proteins, it suggests using it as a topping on broiled chicken or salmon, using it as a filling in an omelet, and mixing it with...
- A TASTE OF THYME (Book Review).
Rhodes, Fred // Middle East; Jul/Aug2001, Issue 314, p40
Reviews the book 'A Taste of Thyme,' edited by Sami Zubaida and Richard Tapper and with foreword by Claudia Roden.
- arabian NIGHTS.
Khan, Opel // Australian Table; Nov2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p76
Presents several Middle Eastern recipes. Baba Ghanoush or Baked Eggplant Puree; Fattousch or Cucumber, Tomato & Herb Salad; Crispy Pita Bread.
- WYKAGYL GLATT KOSHER DELICATESSEN.
Khan, Opel // Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine; 2006, Vol. 2, p95
The article offers information on the Wykagyl Glatt Kosher Delicatessen at New Rochelle in New York. The restaurant is described as the place to go for favorite deli selections and gourmet Middle Eastern cuisine. It offers house specialties including stuffed cabbage, homemade chopped liver,...
- MIDDLE EASTERN.
Khan, Opel // Louisville Magazine; 2012 Eats Supplement, p36
The article reviews restaurants that serve Middle Eastern cuisines in Louisville, Kentucky, including Al Watan, The Grape Leaf, and Saffron's.
- Middle Eastern spice blends.
Salloum, Habeeb // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; May/Jun2005, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p67
Presents Middle Eastern spice blend recipes. Arabian Gulf Spice Mixture-Ibzar; Moroccan Spice Mixture-Ras El Hanout; Middle Eastern Sumach and Thyme Seasoning-Za'tar Syria and Lebanon.
- Temptations unlimited.
Salloum, Habeeb // India Today Travel Plus; Apr2010, p17
Several reviews are offered for Indian restaurants, including Japanese restaurant Izakaya in New Delhi, Urban Solace in Bangalore and the Middle Eastern restaurant Aer in Mumbai.
- CLUB MED.
Gaudin, Lorin // New Orleans Magazine; Jul2005, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p28
Provides information on the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurants found in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mona's Caf� & Deli in Banks Street; Caf� Pyramid in Decatur Street; Cleopatra Restaurant in Manhattan Boulevard; Jerusalem Deli in S. Carrollton Avenue; Lebanon's Cafe in S. Carrollton...
- More Than a Touch of Garlic.
Gaudin, Lorin // Prepared Foods; Jun2011, Vol. 180 Issue 6, p91
The article deals with the use of garlic in cooking. Garlic, a native spice from Siberia, was first adopted in Mediterrenean, Middle Eastern and Asiatic cooking and eventually in the New World. The Genovese minestrone soup with garlic paste is said to be an example of a classic dish altered with...
- SPICE ROUTES.
Kramer, Jane // New Yorker; 9/3/2007, Vol. 83 Issue 26, p94
The article examines the career of Claudia Roden, an Egypt-born, London based writer of cookbooks. The author explains that given Roden's interest in and knowledge of international cuisine, especially the cookery of the Middle East and Spain, she has had a significant impact on the eating habits...
- A glamorous woman turned up in Baghdad offering her services for free.
Skidelsky, William // New Statesman; 3/31/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4631, p56
Focuses on the restaurant 'Baghdad' located in the West End of London. Number of Iraqis living in London; Comments from the owner, Abdul, regarding the free speech Iraqis can exercise in his restaurant; Description of the restaurant decor; Examples of food from the menu.
- The New Emirati Kitchen.
Ciezadlo, Annia // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition); 2/6/2012, Vol. 159 Issue 6, p3
The article focuses on the Emirati food being served by Ali Salem Musbeh Ebdowa, the head chef at Mezlai restaurant in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. A description of the desert cooking tradition and Bedouin food is presented. It relates how Ebdowa is translating Bedouin dishes into haute...
- The Middle East.
Ridge, Diane // Food Management; Dec2007, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p46
The article focuses on Middle Eastern menu that has been adopted by many chefs in the U.S. These include the Lamb Shishlik which is made up of marinated skewered lamb loin grilled over jasmine rice pilaf, the Soujouk Arrabbiata which combines penne with dried Armenian beef sausage, and Cornish...