Do Re Mi, Fa . . . lafel

Not exactly the musical scale  . . . but the Middle East met the Hudson Valley for dinner last night.  Anchored with a cumin-seasoned sirloin and couscous dish, I served falafal sandwiches here in the Hudson Valley.  Stuffed into whole wheat salad pockets, we smothered them with our cucumber yogurt sauce.  The kids love falafel.  Know the sandwiches?  I’ll be bringing them back around the rotation again soon.  Do you have a worthy falafel recipe to share?  Shukran! 




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