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Just puree some garbanzo beans (aka chickpeas) with some garlic, sesame seed paste (aka tahini), fresh lemon juice, parsley and salt.

If you want, you might enhance the flavor with ground cumin, paprika (regular or smoked), and olive oil. If you plan to use the hummus as a dip for fresh veggies or pita bread, use less lemon juice; as a sauce for falafel or roasted lamb, use more.

They have created a good ratio of chickpea to tahini (crucial for a non-overpowering taste). Blogger Bonnie Tandy Leblang had been covering food since before it was hip to do so!

She’s penned magazine, newspaper and syndicated food columns in addition to cookbooks. ” is her mantra, sharing what she’s sampled so you’ll know where (or where not) to go, plus what food products and gadgets to try.

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D., one of the country’s top oncologists and a cancer researcher at Duke University School of Medicine will present to the National Capital Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Association on Sunday, October 8, 2017 from to p.m. He will chronical his long-undiagnosed Lyme disease, which resulted in a series of medical scares that culminated in complete heart failure.

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Like a true addict, I chopped up some red pepper, opened a bag of pretzels, broke out the pitas and took off the top from one of the 100s of tubs we had.

For me, Sabra is one of the closest substitutes for homemade hummus.

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