Middle Eastern Tasting

Aromas of Middle Eastern cooking filled the Cookery last night.  I’m still cleaning up this morning (no paper or plastic) and returning the china and glassware (for our 15 tasters) to my storage shelves.

Others have teased me for years about my aversion to paper plates.  To accommodate the size of our group, I used a combination of china sets and I hope we saved a tree.  And doesn’t food taste its best on conventional plates?

Are you interested in exploring the tasting dishes?  I’ll be posting some of my Middle Eastern favorites and a few recipes later in the week.

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