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Students looking for vegan or vegan meals don’t have to limit themselves to dining halls at Syracuse University. The Daily Orange has compiled a list of restaurants in Syracuse for curious vegan and vegan students looking to try foods off campus.

Strong hearts

Joel Capolongo and Nicholas Ryan opened Strong Hearts in 2008 to make great food available to vegans, while also appealing to those who are not vegans but are curious about the lifestyle, said the CEO of Strong Hearts. , Stephanie Ford.

The restaurant is 100% vegan and specializes in comfort foods like the Chicken Bacon Ranch sandwich, “chicken wings” and milkshakes named after historical figures such as Harriet Tubman and Albert Einstein. While the menu tends to change seasonally, some staples include Sweet Sassy Molassy and Earth Crisis Milkshake, she said.

Strong Hearts’ all-vegan menu includes sandwiches, burgers, and milkshakes.
Courtesy of Strong Hearts


Since the Marshall Square Mall, Strong Hearts On The Hill, closed in May, SU students no longer have quick access to the comforting vegan food on campus. But Strong Hearts’ Fayette Street location remains open, and this year the restaurant will also have a pop-up at the New York State Fair until September 6.

“It’s a wonderful way to show people that our food is absolutely delicious while being vegan,” said Ford. “The stereotype that vegans eat ‘rabbit food’ is long gone. “


Razzle Dazzle: our vegan corner

Reverend Curtis Levy founded Razzle Dazzle: Our Vegan Corner – originally just an Italian ice cream cart – to fund his transitional housing service Last House On The Block Ministries. The all-vegan restaurant is located in downtown Syracuse at 140 Walton St., with a second location in Destiny USA that exclusively sells Italian ice cream.

Vegan spare ribs from Razzle Dazzle: our vegan corner

Razzle Dazzle: Our vegan corner in downtown Syracuse prepares these 100% vegan ribs and other meatless soul food specialties.
Courtesy of Razzle Dazzle: our vegan corner

The restaurant’s food truck runs seven days a week in Onondaga Lake Park, and it will be at the New York State Fair. Even after the restaurant’s success, Levy continues to run his housing business, which helps those struggling with homelessness, addiction and mental health issues.

Razzle Dazzle: Our vegan corner specializes in southern soul dishes like collard greens and macaroni and cheese, as well as Mexican dishes like tacos and nachos. Popular menu items include baby back ribs and fried chicken with oyster mushrooms, Levy said. The restaurant also serves vegan soft ice cream, Italian ice cream and gelati of different flavors.

“We make soul food, so if you like it bland, that’s definitely not where we’re at,” Levy said. “We want to make your mouth water.”

Mediterranean cafe from Byblos

Byblos Mediterranean Cafe on 223 N Clinton St. is not entirely vegan, but the restaurant offers Mediterranean and Lebanese cuisine, featuring a wide range of vegan options.

Guy Fieri’s Food Network show “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” featured the coffee in one episode and Fieri enjoyed the falafel sandwich. Byblos offers fresh daily specials without processed ingredients, said Violette Khabbaz, co-owner of Byblos Mediterranean Cafe.

Baba ghanouj, vegetarian kebabs and hummus are some of the vegan menu options available. But, one of the most popular dishes on the menu is vegan – mujadara, a lentil dish mixed with rice and garnished with onions and spices.

“If they have a choice, they have to try it because they don’t know what they are missing,” Khabbaz said. “Byblos offers a wide variety of vegan and vegetarian dishes. It’s not just vegan, but it’s very healthy.

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Go down the gastronomic route – Telegraph India https://yahalava.com/go-down-the-gastronomic-route-telegraph-india/ https://yahalava.com/go-down-the-gastronomic-route-telegraph-india/#respond Sat, 21 Aug 2021 22:05:13 +0000 https://yahalava.com/go-down-the-gastronomic-route-telegraph-india/

“You can’t think well, love well, sleep well, if you haven’t had a good dinner.”

– Virginia Woolf

Food has always been my first love. My lifelong goal has been to discover different types of foods of national and international origin. So when someone arbitrarily asked me what my motivating passion in life was, I looked askance and replied, “Food, food and more food. “

This immense love for food has taken me from the Great Wall of China to Big Ben in London and even to the United States. Call it my foodie urge or the need to experiment, every time I arrive in a new country I look forward to tasting the varied platters that each place has to offer.

With the pandemic hitting the unsuspecting world, all visions of travel and dining have quickly receded into the past. Now one can only remember and travel vicariously through the phone or laptop. It is pure nostalgia that walks in the past. Waves of nostalgia hit me when I remember enjoying a plate of Khao Soi (chicken noodle soup) at Hann Khao Soi Lovers on a famous food street in Bangkok.

Another heavenly dish is the superbly spiced fried catfish, which I remember gulping down while taking a boat ride down the Chao Phraya River to explore Thailand’s Old European Quarter. The most appealing part of Thai cuisine in Thailand is its warm hospitality. It brings back images of the sun, the sea and the beaches, all served with a smile!

Now let me tell you about the time I watched an episode of MasterChef Australia. It was two o’clock in the morning. One of the contestants had created a dish called Shrimps a la Plancha, where the prawns are pan-fried (a la Plancha) and mixed with tequila and chili ginger and garlic sauce with baked potatoes on the side. It took me back in time to Australia, where I had been for an investor meeting.

I can say with pleasure that I tasted this exquisite dish at the Rocks Cafe. I was so excited and as usual, even at this unsightly hour, I called our chef de cuisine Rajesh Dubey to arrange to have a dish on these similar lines.

My best memories that I will always cherish are those I spent in the UK. This is probably the only place my nose and insatiable appetite have traveled from the alleys of Brick Lane to the shopping streets of Oxford and Bond Street. Also, I love London because I am a pure Calcuttan. The history of these two cities is closely linked. I find Calcutta, with its downpours, wet streets, and emotional and culinary overflows, a close cousin to the city of London.

Leaving Alan Yau’s Hakkasans, Wagamama and Yauatchas on one side, one can venture into the depths of London, like Tooting, and surface the bustling streets of Pakistan – with the tastiest tastes in Lahore, Pindi and Karachi Darbar, to name a few.

London, or indeed the UK, is much more than its image of fish ‘n’ chips. It’s unimaginable, but I found pieces of Calcutta in Soho. The Golden Union Fish Bar makes delicious flaky fish cakes in a light, crispy cover that reminds me so much of our own Fish Orly.

But what took my breath away was the Chilean bar at Sexy Fish, a restaurant in Berkeley Square. Oh yes, I have walked much of the lanes and alleys of London and beyond, to experience the different dishes served.

But before taking my readers further, I’m just waiting for the end of this confinement (it never ends), to be able to travel and open our first restaurant in London, called Chourangi. Everything is ready. Only the cut of the ribbon remains. I also can’t wait to relive London at night at Marble Arch and Edgeware, where Lebanese restaurants like Maroosh, Beirut and Helens await night owls like me with their shawarmas and mint tea to spend the winter nights.

And speaking of shawarmas and kebabs, I just can’t forget to say Ahlan Wa Sahlan. Welcome. You are now in Dubai. When I first landed in Dubai it was in the midst of the scorching heat of June. The mercury has hit an intolerable 49 ° C! I decided to come back immediately the same evening after my meetings. But a cousin of mine, Snehashish, dissuaded me and described the plethora of food available. I started to drool.

I remember the smoky scent of the kebab and the big platters of sheeshtawook at Reem al Bawadi, where you can get the best Arab dishes. Pappa Rotti, an international chain of cafes serving the most delicious rolls oozing with cinnamon and butter, is also available.

This exotic and unique bun at a very high price point reminded me of the little tea stalls in India, which serve sweet buns with kadak chai. However, the Pappa Rotti are of a different class and truly luxurious to eat. These cloud-soft buns with their coffee flavor and dripping sweet butter are a lip-smacking Mexican bread made in heaven!

I have never been a huge fan of burgers. I always thought it was a simple meat patty sandwiched between two loaves of bread with no distinctive flavor. However, when I was in the UK I was proven wrong. In search of a place to set up a new specialty restaurant, I came across century-old St Christopher Lane pub, The Lamb and Flag, and Patty & Bun, which sells some of the best burgers in the world. Contrary to what I expected the burgers were tasty and healthy. It made me change my mind about the concept of burgers.

Like all gourmets, I have a sweet tooth. Something sweet is a must before ending the day. The other day I opened the fridge and voila! What did I find? Caramelized waffles with a drizzle of honey. My favorite. When I took the first big bite, I was transported to London – to the bustle of Oxford Street. There, tucked away in a corner near Selfridges, is a tiny little shop serving the most mouth-watering waffles. The hot, toasted waffles are served with dollops of cream and berries and drizzled with golden honey. I never fail to go to this place on every visit to London.

Since I mentioned Selfridges, I can’t go by without mentioning Lola’s Cupcakes, which you’ll find in the Foodhall. It is the request of my children that I always bring back some. And knowing how delicate the cupcakes are, it’s quite a juggling act to save them on flights.

Well, it hasn’t always been a treat, tasting food from all over the world. There were times that scared me and made me a little suspicious on my travels abroad. Stomach aches don’t matter to me because they can be treated immediately with medication. But my trip to Japan almost killed me.

I am extremely fond of sushi and its variations. Being a foodie, I am ready to try anything. And so, in Japan, I tried the fugu fish. This fish is a delicacy in Japan, but very poisonous. The slightest mistake in its preparation can be fatal. Thus, only specially licensed chefs can prepare and sell fugu to the public.

I wonder if all the delight was worth it. This fish is said to be even more toxic than cyanide. It was pure bad luck for me, because I had to be hospitalized! Fortunately, the quick action of the doctors got me out of there.

Ah! I just lost track of time and have so many more stories up my sleeve. However, I cannot describe to you the agony I feel at not being able to travel. I can only dream and pray that normality will return – to imagine a good restaurant, friendly company and great food. This is what I call happiness!

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Here’s where to find the best sangria in Toronto https://yahalava.com/heres-where-to-find-the-best-sangria-in-toronto/ https://yahalava.com/heres-where-to-find-the-best-sangria-in-toronto/#respond Tue, 10 Aug 2021 18:55:57 +0000 https://yahalava.com/heres-where-to-find-the-best-sangria-in-toronto/

There is nothing more delicious than sharing a pitcher of refreshing sangria with friends on a hot summer day. Loaded with red or white wine, fresh fruit, and plenty of ice (plus a few extra spirits if you’re really thirsty), sangria is a classic drink that originated in Spain and Portugal.

Here are five places to grab a pitcher (or two) of sangria in town!


Check out this authentic Mexican hotspot on Adelaide Street for tacos, fries and guac and, of course, delicious sangria made with tempranillo, triple sec and squirt for just $ 9. Campechano’s sangria is packed with juicy, seasonal fruits, including Ontario peaches, strawberries and apples.

Barsa Taberna

In Barsa Taberna, near the Saint-Laurent market, you can choose from a list of five different types of sangria: blanco, rosado, tinto, cava and mangria, with delicious ingredients like blueberry, mint, fresh cucumber and blackberries. Prices range from $ 30 to $ 55.

Bar Reyna

Located on Cumberland Street in the Yorkville neighborhood, Bar Reyna serves a variety of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern specialties like tapas, delicious savory fries made in the style of Arabic, Spanish, Greek or Italian cuisine, and the tastier halloumi. All of these dishes pair perfectly with a refreshing glass of sangria! Reyna’s sangria is made with Prosecco, sherry, Cointreau, Havana Club rum, tropical passion fruit and fresh fruit. Prices range from $ 15 for 2.25 ounces to $ 56 for 90 ounces.


If you are looking for traditional Spanish tapas in an ultra-romantic setting, Patria is your best choice in the city. With a dimly lit atmosphere tucked away from King St. like a secret hideaway, Patria is the perfect place to relax with a glass or two of red, white or cava sangria with lush ingredients like pear nectar, poached apple. and cranberry. Prices range from $ 14 to $ 38.

Trattoria Nervosa

As one of the city’s most beloved Italian restaurants, Trattoria Nervosa is a top destination for sangria. Try their famous beer in red or white for $ 14.99 a glass or $ 45.99 a pitcher, and pair it with a delicious pizza or one of their pasta.

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Freshly introduces Purely Plant, its very first line of plant-based meals https://yahalava.com/freshly-introduces-purely-plant-its-very-first-line-of-plant-based-meals/ https://yahalava.com/freshly-introduces-purely-plant-its-very-first-line-of-plant-based-meals/#respond Mon, 09 Aug 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://yahalava.com/freshly-introduces-purely-plant-its-very-first-line-of-plant-based-meals/

The launch combines Freshly’s commitment to innovation with continued consumer and industry demand for plant-based meal options. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 60% of consumers say they are working on a more plant-based diet, with sales in the industry outbreak To $ 7 billion. Additionally, with 65% of Freshly customers identifying as flexitarians, the desire to incorporate more plant-based foods into weekly meal plans has skyrocketed. Adding this line to Freshly’s menu offers a tasty way to incorporate more plant-based options into consumers’ routines and can help consumers make small changes on the path to a healthier lifestyle. by swapping out just one meal per day with a herbal option.

The Purely Plant menu includes:

  • Rainbow Harvest Plant-Based Burger with Sticky Carrot Jam and Summer Vegetable Stir-Fry: This all-plant burger is packed with 7 veggies, spicy lentils, creamy avocado, and quinoa for clean, satisfying plant-based protein.
  • Unwrapped Salsa Verde Burrito with Pure Vegetable Crumbs: With tangy salsa verde, brown rice and spicy red pepper plant crumbs, our chefs present a hearty burrito, without the tortilla.
  • Indian spiced chickpea curry bowl with Basmati rice, Lentils & Vegetables: Coconut curry with Indian spices, tinted with turmeric, with tomato, cauliflower, potato and vegetable proteins from chickpeas and lentils.
  • Farm vegetable baked pasta with seasonal vegetables and creamy marinara: This dairy-free, gluten-free treat is paired with brown rice and lentil macaroni, veggies galore and a creamy coconut milk marinara.
  • Buffalo Cauliflower Mac and Cheese with Garlic Broccoli: This plant-based mac is so creamy you won’t even notice it’s dairy free, made with tahini sauce, nutritional yeast, almond and cashew butter, and hot sauce.
  • Middle Eastern Falafel Bowl with Garlic & Whole Grain Tahini Sauce: Golden and crisp, our falafels are bursting with fiber and herbs and are served with peppers and a high-protein blend of lentils, quinoa, and brown and wild rice.

All meals are available to order now, with delivery for the first three options starting today, followed by three more starting today 22 august. Customers can order as part of the Freshly packages of 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 meals from $ 8.49 per meal at www.freshly.com.

“We are excited to provide our customers with a convenient way to incorporate minimally processed plant-based meals into their routines,” said Mike Wystrach, Newly Founder and CEO. “We recognize that it can be difficult to eat a more plant-based diet without sacrificing taste; But with the launch of Freshly’s Purely Plant, we’re laser-focused on providing a variety of delicious, convenient, and best-for-your meal options, while supporting flexitarians looking to make simple changes to a lifestyle. more vegetal life. ”

As consumers seek more options that combine healthy and convenient meals into one, Freshly is focused on increasing variety with menu innovation beyond its unique microwave dishes. More recently, Freshly launched Proteins and multi-portion sides, and the company will expand its offerings this year with new meal formats and solutions for additional time slots.

Purely Plant launch follows Freshly being acquired by Nestlé United States in 2020 and in the midst of a year of monumental growth for the company. This year, the company announced the opening in 2022 of second facilities at New Jersey and Georgia increase production and order fulfillment capacity. Today, Freshly ships over a million meals a week to customers in 48 states.

About Freshly Inc .:
Freshly is a weekly subscription service that delivers fresh, chef-prepared meals directly to customers’ doors that can be reheated and served in three minutes. All you need is a microwave and a fork to get a satisfying lunch or dinner on the table. With a corporate mission to remove barriers to healthy eating, Freshly believes taste and health don’t need to be compromised for convenience. Freshly’s food philosophy centers on less sugar, fewer processed ingredients and more nutrients. Developed by chefs and nutritionists, the menu features healthier versions of classic comfort foods with clever interchange of ingredients. Freshly makes eating better easier than ever, one box at a time. Based at new York, Freshly has operations in Phoenix, Arizona; Wild, Maryland; Linden, New Jersey; Commerce, California; and Austell, Georgia. To learn more about Freshly, visit www.freshly.com.

CONTACT: Mission Nord for Freshly, [email protected]; Shara Seigel, [email protected]


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Create satisfying vegetarian dishes from Bavel https://yahalava.com/create-satisfying-vegetarian-dishes-from-bavel/ https://yahalava.com/create-satisfying-vegetarian-dishes-from-bavel/#respond Fri, 06 Aug 2021 18:43:17 +0000 https://yahalava.com/create-satisfying-vegetarian-dishes-from-bavel/

Chefs Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis said they were born from the concept of Bavel, their Middle Eastern restaurant in Los Angeles’ arts district, inspired by memories with Palestinian, Moroccan, Egyptian and Israeli flavors. Menashe knew that once he perfected his pita they were ready to open a second restaurant, the first being the very popular Bestia. With small plates of mezze, many of their dishes cater to non-meat eaters, including candied okra and mushroom skewers. Finally, Gergis uses mild cheeses, dried fruits, nuts and spices in his desserts. Fans of the duo can now cook the bite to eat at home from their new eponymous cookbook, “Bavel. “

Confit okra with whipped feta
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT: Candy or other probe thermometer

Every Friday evening, all of my extended family gathered at my grandmother’s house for Shabbat dinner. Most of the time there were twenty-one of us – eleven children and ten adults – and somehow she always managed to keep everyone force-fed and happy. There were platters of stuffed cabbage leaves and braised beef with onions, and in the summer you could always expect a dish of okra to be on the table. My grandmother had a good instinct and knew how to choose exactly which okra in the market was the least sticky and viscous. Then she would fry them in a pan, cover them with a tomato base and cook them slowly and slowly for a long time.

The okra I serve in Bavel is loosely based on my grandmother’s but also on a dish Gino Angelini served in his LA restaurant, Angelini Osteria, where I worked for many years. He was entrusting artichokes in olive oil with onions and parsley, and in the end, the artichokes tasted like themselves, only amplified. My dish is made with okra and other Middle Eastern flavorings including mint, cilantro, ginger, and turmeric, but like Gino artichokes, the okra flavor is ultimately intensified. I serve the okra over whipped feta cheese to add some acidity and creaminess to this cutting edge summer dish.


  • 1⁄2 large yellow onion, medium dice
  • 4 green onions, white and light green parts only, sliced
  • 1/2 cup coarsely chopped flat leaf parsley
  • 1/4 cup coarsely chopped cilantro leaves
  • 1/4 cup (about 20 leaves) coarsely chopped mint, plus more for garnish
  • 3 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 2 teaspoons of ground turmeric
  • 1 teaspoon of ground ginger
  • 2 teaspoons of ground cumin
  • 1 black lime, pricked all over with a knife
  • 1 pound of okra
  • 21⁄2 teaspoons kosher salt
  • 2 cups of olive oil
  • 3⁄4 cup whipped Feta (recipe follows)
  • Juice of 1⁄4 lemon
  • Pinch of Marash pepper (can replace Aleppo pepper)
  • Maldon or other flaked sea salt, to taste


-In a medium pot off the heat, add the diced onion, green onion, parsley, cilantro, mint, garlic, turmeric, ginger, cumin and lime. Stir to combine. Add the okra to the pot in an even layer and season with the kosher salt.

– Secure the pan with a candy thermometer and add the oil. (Because the okra sits on the bed of onions, herbs, and spices, it won’t be completely submerged at first.) Transfer the pot to the stove over high heat and heat until the oil comes to a boil, about 5 minutes. When the oil reaches a temperature of 210 ° F, lower the heat to a simmer, cover and continue cooking over low heat for about 10 minutes. Check doneness every few minutes until okra is fork tender but not too soft. (The exact timing will vary depending on the size and freshness of the okra.) Remove the pot from the heat and let stand, covered, for 5 minutes. (Okra will continue to cook while it sits in the oil off the heat, so be careful not to overcook.) Remove the lid and let cool to room temperature.

-When ready to serve, distribute the whipped feta evenly on the bottom of a plate. Drain the okra and place it over the feta in an even layer, stacking more okra on each layer, almost like a pyramid. Garnish with mint, lemon juice and marash. Add Maldon’s salt to taste.

-You can use the leftover infused oil for roasting vegetables or any other way you like.

Whipped feta

Good feta cheese is a wonderful thing, but the truth is, there’s a lot of really bad feta too – dry, crumbly, and strongly acidic. Whipping in fresh cream, even mediocre feta turns into a creamy, light spread with no harsh chalky hints. Look for the feta that is still in the brine. My favorite is the Valbreso brand, which you can find in many stores.


  • 1 cup packed feta cheese, crumbled
  • 1⁄2 cup of sour cream *


-In a small bowl, combine the feta and crème fraîche until combined and the consistency is similar to cottage cheese; do not over mix. Use immediately or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

Grilled oyster mushroom skewers with lovage purée

When I was twenty-one, I spent six months traveling with friends across South America. We snowboarded all day, partied all night, and I cooked meals for everyone in between. I loved it, and it was one of the first times I remember thinking I wanted to be a chef. While in Argentina, I befriended locals, who sometimes took us for Argentinian barbecues. It would take forever to cook the meat because they kept it away from the fire, but in the end the meat was super smoky and juicy, really different from the quick and hot grills I was used to.

The first time I tasted this mushroom dish while creating recipes for Bavel, it actually reminded me a lot of the meaty smoke of Argentinian barbecue. I season the mushrooms with a little sumac and raise them to almost 6 inches from the heat to cook slowly, soaking up all that great charcoal flavor, and at the end, they’re also juicy, smoky, and almost as meaty. than the tender costillas. I serve them over a brilliant puree of lovage, a mineral green, almost salty that tastes of a mixture between overgrown parsley and celery leaves – or in cold weather, on nettles – with a little crème fraîche, for a complex and satisfying vegetarian dish.

Menasche created his mushroom skewer to avoid wasting the ingredient in other dishes. The smoke of the mushroom transmitted by the grill made his cooks dance, a sign for Menashe to put it on Bavel’s menu. Photo by Nicole Franzen.


  • 1 pound of oyster mushrooms
  • Grapeseed oil for coating
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 1 teaspoon ground sumac, plus more for sprinkling
  • 2 tablespoons of lovage purée (recipe follows)


-Cut off the mushrooms from the cluster, leaving a very small amount of stems intact. Using a soaked metal or wooden skewer, thread the mushrooms into the stem, gill side down, alternating the top of the mushrooms from left to right, so that they cook evenly. You should end up with two full skewers with about fourteen mushrooms each.

– Brush the mushrooms with a generous amount of oil to coat them, making sure to oil the gills. Then season lightly with salt, pepper and 1⁄2 teaspoon sumac per skewer.

-Preheat a charcoal grill over medium heat.

-Place the mushrooms directly on the grill and cook, turning the skewers every 2 minutes, for a total of 8 to 14 minutes, until the edges begin to curl and brown, the mushrooms have shrunk considerably and that the stems are soft to the touch. The water will drip from the mushrooms onto the coals to create the smoke that gives them that smoky flavor.

-When ready to serve, distribute the lovage purée evenly in the center of a plate. Sprinkle the sumac puree lightly and place the mushroom skewers on top.

To note: Be sure to season the mushrooms lightly with salt; they shrink a lot during cooking, concentrating the salty flavor. You can always add a little finishing salt at the end.

Lovage puree
Makes about ½ cup


  • 8 cups plus 3 tablespoons of water
  • 2 cups loosely packed lovage, leaves picked
  • 4 cups of wrapped spinach
  • Fresh turmeric in 2 inch pieces, peeled, grated with a Microplane
  • 1 garlic clove grated with Microplane
  • 1 teaspoon of kosher salt
  • 1⁄3 cup sour cream
  • 1⁄2 cup yogurt whey
  • 1 teaspoon of ground cardamom


-Bring 8 cups of water to a boil in a large pot and fill a large bowl with ice water. Blanch the lovage in boiling water for 2 minutes, then add the spinach and blanch for another 2 minutes. Using tongs, remove the greens from the pot and place them in the ice water to shock them for 2 to 3 minutes, until they are cool enough to handle. Using a colander or fine mesh sieve, drain the greens, removing the ice. Using your hands, shape the greens into a ball, squeezing out as much water as possible. Then place the squeezed green vegetables in a tea towel. Wring out the kitchen towel until you remove as much liquid as possible and the vegetables are almost completely dry.

-Place the greens in a blender and add the turmeric, garlic, salt, sour cream, whey, cardamom and the remaining 3 tablespoons of water. Mix on high speed, stopping to scrape the sides if necessary, until the mixture is smooth. If the mixture does not mix completely, add a little more water.

With their busy restaurant, Bestia, and their daughter, Saffron, on the way, Genevieve Gergis and Ori Menashe decided to open Bavel as a wave of modern restaurants from the Middle East gained popularity in the United States. Photo by Nicole Franzen.

In their new cookbook, Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis share the recipes for the dishes they serve in their restaurant “Bavel”. Photo courtesy of Ten Speed ​​Press.

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Times Most Influential People 2021- 1 https://yahalava.com/times-most-influential-people-2021-1/ https://yahalava.com/times-most-influential-people-2021-1/#respond Fri, 06 Aug 2021 12:21:00 +0000 https://yahalava.com/times-most-influential-people-2021-1/

Times Most Influential Personalities 2021 powered by ET Ascent praised the work of 51 influencers who have contributed to the growth of the nation and society as a whole. Held at the JW Marriott in Mumbai on Wednesday July 28, 2021, the event highlighted the inspiring journeys of these icons. The guest of honor was the famous actress Mahima Chaudhry.

List of laureates:


Award Category – Excellence as Founding Advisor for Private Equity and Venture Capital

Vinayak is the founder and managing partner of VERTICES PARTNERS, a boutique law firm. He specializes in venture capital, private equity, mergers and acquisitions and strategic acquisitions across multiple industries. Vinayak began his career at the Supreme Court in litigation, then at Rajinder Narain & Co, New Delhi.


Price Category – Technology

Director and Chief Medical Officer S10 Safecare Pvt Ltd, an offshoot of S10 Health, started out as a network of outpatient clinics with an awesome sports and high performance medicine center and minute clinics. a passionate individual and has always aspired to be a successful youngster by delivering high performance in all walks of life. She took courses at Havard Business School and Stanford University.


Vivek Anand Oberoi – Awarded by Timeless Achiever 2021 and Sania Mirza – Awarded by women for excellence in sport


Award Category – Excellence in Surgery

A physician originally from Malegaon, Dr Saeed has a strong family and practical training for over 3 decades and over 50,000 successful surgeries at his Faran hospital. To recognize his selfless service, the government of Maharashtra awarded him the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Prize.


Prize category – Best Chef Entrepreneur

Gurmehar’s culinary journey began with The Oberois (New Delhi) shortly after school, to gain learning knowledge. To broaden his knowledge of world cuisine, he continued his studies at Les Roches, Switzerland, then a diploma in French cuisine and pastry at Cordon Bleu in London, followed by an apprenticeship in the art of Thai cuisine at Cordon Bleu, Bangkok.


Price category – Restaurateur / Entrepreneur

After graduating from the University of Leeds, UK, Saarthak discovered a void in the nightlife space in India and created Purple Martini in 2008 for party enthusiasts. Her dream was fulfilled by opening a beachfront restaurant / bar in Goa – Purple Martini @ Sunset point in 2014.


Price Category – Fashion and Lifestyle Influencer

Tina works as a content designer specializing in lifestyle, beauty and fashion. Over the years, she has collaborated with brands like Wella, L’Oréal Paris, ColorStory, to name a few. In 2021, she was featured in the book Rising Star. As co-founder of Equinox Industries, she participated in the planning of the brand promotion strategy.


Award Category – Excellence in Homeopathic Health Care and Research

Dr Ambrish is the MD of Predictive Homeopathy, a chain of 35 clinics across India. Over 150 homeopathic colleges have extended invitations to him and international schools around the world have contacted him for lectures on predictive homeopathy.


Dr Madhubrata Ghosh and Kanika Dewani

Price Category – Medical and Healthcare

As a doctor in India, Madhubrata Ghosh realized that there is a deeply rooted stereotype in the minds of people that shows doctors are old fashioned. She feels that even a glimpse of everyday fashion at work causes a bounce in the stride, a jump and a leap in her heart.

Price category – Manufacturing – Beauty products

With more than 16 years of professional experience in the field of beauty and lifestyle, having worked with brands like Lorèal Paris, Benefit Cosmetics, Pantaloons, etc. Kanika started her entrepreneurial journey in 2016. She had successfully launched two beauty brands Mintree USA and Vedic Valley. His company also holds exclusive distribution rights for international beauty brands.


Yuvika Sethi and Harpreet Suri

Award category – Digital content creator and influencer mom

Despite the stereotypical standards set by society, Yuvika Sethi has maintained her choices and her passion to become what she has. When she found out about her pregnancy, after a wait of 6 long years, she decided to leave her salon business to take care of only her child. A urge to journal for everything related to her childbirth became a content creation quickly that she couldn’t imagine.

Award Category – # 1 Blogger Mom India

An influencer who has carved out a whole new niche for herself, as a mom’s influencer, behind the iconic Instagram handle @momwearsprada, Harpreet is a much-acclaimed name on social media. As a mother of two, she talks to women who are constantly juggling a tightrope about leading a double life; one as hedonistic career women and the other as mothers and wives.


Price Category – Most Popular Fashion Brand

She is CEO and Creative Director of Milaaya Broderies and now GAYA, graduated from BSC in Entrepreneurial Studies and Marketing from Babson College, Massachusetts. After graduating, Gayatri moved to New York City and through her experience gained the confidence to go solo and ventured out to bring the magnificent art and crafts of the world to the world. ‘Asia and in particular India.


Shivam Malhotra and Zameer Qureshi

Prize Category – Music and Entertainment

Shivam founded Malsons at the age of 26 in 2018, with offices in Mumbai and Los Angeles in the media and entertainment industry. Shortly after its creation, Malsons signed a strategic agreement with the leading French distributor “Believe” to promote independent music globally. Malsons has successfully released over 45 original songs in different musical genres and languages ​​across multiple music platforms.

Prize category – Social welfare

Zameer, born and raised in one of Mumbai’s biggest slums, experienced real hardships as a child, but that didn’t deter him from succeeding. During the pandemic, he fed more than 150 families daily in the slums of Govandi & Deonar. Currently, he is working on projects such as medical assistance to the poor and improving the education of poor girls.


Mini Mathur – Awarded Style Trailblazer of the Year 2021 and Zareen Khan – Awarded Most Polyvalent Star 2021


Reena Birje, Joyking Birje and Reshma Ubaid

Award Category – Excellence in Aviation Management

The two founders of NIHAM, Reena and Joyking have excellent education, experience and a vision to impart knowledge and prepare the next generations to come. In 17 years of traveling, they have 3 branches in Mumbai and offer degree courses to PAN India students. They have placed thousands of students with numerous airlines, five star hotels, embassies, large corporations and multinationals.

Prize category – Arts and painting

Reshma started her career as a software professional and worked for various IT companies. His fine art and painting style work is Surrealist Expressionism, Abstract Symbolism, and Spirituality.


Price Category – Fashion

The Mahima Mahajan brand started in 2014 and has become known for its blend of modernity and tradition. Today’s fashion line is inspired by the woman who was born as a pretty young lady, subtle yet remarkably gorgeous, evolving more into a modern, avant-garde goddess who believes in the immense power of her magnificent frame.


Anupria Goenka – Awarded Hot Stepper of the Year 2021 and Javed Ali – Awarded Most Versatile Singer 2021


Mehboob Khan, Ashutosh Valani and Priyank Shah

Price Category – Best Lebanese Food in Town

Owner of the Carter’s Blue, Mingman Chinese and Massimo Pizzeria restaurant chain, Mr. Mehboob is passionate about serving. It has operated with the philosophy of producing honest, traditional, affordable and healthy food that matches the busy life of Mumbai.

Price Category – Entrepreneur

A decisive figure in the construction of the menswear market in the digital world, Ashutosh Valani and a businessman of blood, intelligence and daring, Priyank Shah, are both co-founders and directors of the Villain Lifestyle brand.


Mohammed Farrok G. Gheewala

Prize category – Contribution to the health sector during the pandemic

Mr. Farrok Gheewala is the owner of one of the best overseas recruitment consultancy firms in our country namely human resources consultant F Gheewala. With the rise of the pandemic, Mr Farrok quickly assessed the situation and created a special team of medical experts who ensured the supply of trusted healthcare professionals wherever needed. Along with his professional excellence, he generously donated to various projects such as two-time meals for the poor part of society and the supply of expensive medical equipment to various health care facilities.


Laxman Koti Poojari and Parmeshwar N. Poojari

Price category – Restaurateur

Laxman is a visionary businessman who started a food business in 2012 with different ideas to promote the Shubh Sagar brand on a larger scale. Currently, the Shubh Sagar group has expanded its activities to Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa.

Price category – Hotel and catering

Parmeshwar graduated in Hotel Management and has experience in major 5 star brands in India and UAE. He started his entrepreneurial journey and launched 2 well known brands namely Soham Hospitality and Foodlink catering services having kitchens across Mumbai.

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The stage is set, preparations are speeding up and fingers crossed for the weather as the Seaham Food Festival gears up for its weekend launch.

The highly anticipated event will bring a host of delicacies to the city’s waterfront starting on Saturday, including street food stalls and live cooking demonstrations by star TV chefs including Rosemary Shrager.

Culinary favorite, haute cuisine expert and former I’m A Celebrity competitor will be in action in an outdoor kitchen on Saturday morning at 11:50 a.m. and then at 2:00 p.m., while before that the spotlight will be on some home-made talent.

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Mike Bartley, recent Masterchef semi-finalist, from Bishop Auckland, will show off his own cooking skills at 10:15 am and 2:45 pm, with a double date to follow on the second day of the festival as well.

Mike Bartley, 2021 Masterchef semi-finalist of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, will welcome visitors to the Seaham Food Festival

Other attractions for families getting ready to descend on Seaham include appearances from former Bake Off contestants; a showcase of food and drinks from local producers; live music and a range of entertainment – all set to boost the local economy.

The festival, hosted by Durham County Council, is one of many upcoming events aimed at showcasing the county’s cultural side as it strives to become the 2025 UK City of Culture.

The weather forecast for the two-day food festival currently calls for a possible thunderstorm around 4 p.m. Saturday (which can change in the blink of an eye, so keep an eye out for updates) but nothing is likely to dampen family morale. keen not to miss again following the cancellation of the festival last year due to the pandemic.

In light of its popularity, the council has issued travel tips for families. Here’s everything visitors need to know to plan a visit to the Seaham Food Festival this weekend.

Seaham Food Festival Guide

When and where?

The free food festival will take place this Saturday August 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday August 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the seafront of Seaham.

What is it about?

Food in its own right! It will showcase the best of what local food and beverage producers have to offer. Expect a hundred merchant stalls to whet your appetite.

And there really will be something for everyone, with traders like the Northumberland Sausage Company; Southern Durham Honey; Brasserie Vaux – whose name has recently made a comeback in Sunderland; Bishop Auckland’s Hedgehog Bakery; Geordie Banger Co; Hexham’s Durham and Fire & Dough Distillery.

Also among the street food are the Lebanese Street Food Truck, Hatch 76, Armenian Kitchen and Churros Barcelona.

See here for the full list of those in attendance.

What else is on offer?

Live cooking events, music, street theater and children’s entertainment. Learn more about all of this below.

Who are the featured guests and what are they doing?

A host of familiar TV faces will perform in an outdoor cooking theater on the putting green. Here are the times to note.


Rosemary Shrager – 11:50 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The chef to the TV stars said she was thrilled to be a part of the event, adding: “It’s been such a tough year for everyone so I can’t wait to visit Seaham Food Festival and take part in cooking demonstrations. with visitors.

“It’s also very exciting to see what local traders and producers have to offer and to enjoy fresh food and fine flavors from everywhere.”

Popular Chef Rosemary Shrager will give cooking demonstrations and welcome visitors to the Seaham Food Festival
Popular Chef Rosemary Shrager will give cooking demonstrations and welcome visitors to the Seaham Food Festival

Mike Bartley – 10:15 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.

The local talent, who says he was inspired to participate in this year’s Masterchef after a visit to the nearby Bishop Auckland Food Festival, says it is “a real honor” to participate in the festival and hopes it inspires more. future leaders.

John white – 11 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.

The television chef, author and presenter won the third series of The Great British Bake Off, now runs his own cooking school and appears regularly on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch.

Briony May Williams – 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

The 2018 Great British Bake Off favorite is well known for her TV appearances and has joined C4’s Food Unwrapped presentation team.


Karen wright – 10:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.

Another hit from the Great British Bake Off of 2018, Karen now participates in food festivals across the country and teaches as part of her Bake with a Legend lineup.

Maunika Gowardhan – 11 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.

Newcastle-based TV chef and food writer Maunika writes regularly for magazines including BBC Good Food and was editor-in-chief of Vogue India.

Chris Baber – 11:50 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

The self-taught TV chef, who won the BBC’s 2016 Yes Chef competition, will share his passion for improving everyone’s ability to cook from scratch.

Mike Bartley – 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

The Bishop Auckland-born talent will return to the festival for a second double stint.

Chris Bavin – plus the familiar TV face of Eat Well for Less? – who will join Mary Berry as co-judge of her new BBC Britain’s Best Home Cook series – will bring action to the Cookery Theater on both days of the festival.

Weekend entertainment

Here is what will be offered in the Family Entertainment space this weekend:



Spark! – 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.

Easington Brass Band – 4 p.m.

Open air theater

Do what Yah Mama told you! – 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Billy shakes Wonder Boy – 1 p.m.


Bell & Bullock – 11 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.

Les Oiseaux de Lux – 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Arts and Crafts

Barn arts: wicker sailboats – 10.30am-4.30pm

Creative Pop: Origami Birds – 10:30 am-4:30pm



Easington Brass Band – 12 p.m.

Hannabiell & Midnight Blue – 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Open air theater

Billy Shakes Wonder Boy – 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Hero & Leander – 3 p.m.


Bell & Bullock – 11 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.

Les Oiseaux de Lux – 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Arts and Crafts

Barn arts: wicker sailboats – 10.30am-4.30pm

Creative Pop: Origami Birds – 10:30 am-4:30pm

How to get there

Visitors are advised to plan their trip in advance.

An accessible park-and-ride service will operate between Spectrum Business Park (SR7 7TT) in Seaham and the city center, with additional buses to help avoid overcrowding.

Buses will run from 9:30 am on both days, using the same drop-off and pick-up points from the festival site. The last return bus will run at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and 4:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Round-trip tickets will cost £ 2 for adults, 50p for children aged 5-15, and are free for children under five.

Downtown parking lots will be open but may be occupied and drivers are advised to note that North Terrace will be closed from 5 p.m. on Friday August 6 until 9 p.m. on Sunday August 8, during which time detours will be in place.

Parking around the green on the north terrace will also be suspended from 1:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Councilor Elizabeth Scott said: “We would encourage people to plan their trips in advance and use public transit or our park-and-ride service whenever possible.

“This will help minimize delays and allow you to enjoy the festival even longer.”

Additional Information

Covid’s safety is still a priority despite the lifting of restrictions and the festival – which in 2019 drew more than 15,000 visitors – has expanded its site this year to help with social distancing.

Lateral flow testing is recommended before participating and visitors are encouraged to use the voluntary QR code upon entry. They are also required to wear masks and hand disinfection units will be at all points of entry.

There will be portable toilets throughout the festival site.

Dogs on a leash are welcome.

For more information on the festival, see here.

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Editor’s Note: The theme of the Gohan Lab is to help people prepare simple and tasty “gohan” (meals).

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While eggplant and oil make great partners, grilled eggplant also makes an enticing and appetizing dish. When the skin is toasted and peeled off, the texture becomes thick and smooth, and the toasted flavor will make you want more.

Peeling becomes easy when the eggplant is cooked over direct heat on a grill rack and the skin is well charred. When this is done, submerge it in water and then quickly remove the skin. This way the eggplant will not turn runny and should stay warm inside.

While you can use your kitchen’s built-in fish grill, cooking eggplants will take longer than when cooked over direct heat.

One of the great characteristics of grilled eggplant is that a variety of different touches can be added, making it a very flexible dish. For example, dishes where the eggplant is dressed in a sesame or peanut based sauce mix well with the lightly fragrant eggplant with the rich taste of the sauce.

Grilled eggplant can be easily westernized in a marinated dish if you sprinkle it lightly with salt and pepper and pour a little olive oil on top. You can also chop it up and use it as an ingredient for a tomato-based pasta sauce.

This week’s arranged version features a Middle Eastern-style dip marked by the flavor of white sesame seeds.


An eggplant expert at Takii & Co., a vegetable seed and nursery company known for the ‘Senryo’ variety of eggplants, gave advice on how to choose crispy and flavorful eggplants and how best to make them. keep them.

The secret is to choose eggplants with dark, shiny skin and the right amount of elasticity. If the cut end of the chalice has turned brown, it means that several days have passed since it was harvested. Try to buy some with chalices that haven’t changed color.

Avoid storing eggplants at a low temperature and prevent them from drying out.

To prevent their water content from evaporating, wrap the eggplants in newspaper or other material, place them in a plastic bag, seal it, and store it in the crisper of your refrigerator. As small bumps and discoloration can appear on the surface when cooled too long, eggplants should be eaten as quickly as possible.


(Supervised by Akiko Watanabe for the cooking aspect and Midori Kasai for the culinary science aspect)

* Ingredients & Utensils (Serve two)

2 eggplants, grill rack, fork

About 15 kcal and 0 grams of salt per serving

1. Rinse the eggplant and pat dry. Place the cooking grid on high heat. Adjust the heat level so that the tip of the flame touches the skin of the eggplant (PHOTO A).

PHOTO A: Grill the eggplants well. Refrain from touching it. Since the chalice will burn, it is not necessary to cut it. (Photo by Masahiro Goda)

2. Grill for about 1 minute without moving the eggplants. Turn a little and grill for another minute. Repeat until the entire surface turns black. It may take about 5 minutes in total. As the wooden chopsticks can burn, it is preferable to use a fork (PHOTO B).

PHOTO B: During cooking, water spurts out of the eggplant. Since the skin will char and the soot will fly away, do not place food nearby. (Photo by Masahiro Goda)

3. Immerse the burnt eggplant in water then remove the skin by rubbing with the tips of the fingers (PHOTO C). Once most of the skin is removed, drain the water and then fill it. Rinse and drain the eggplants through a sieve. If it is peeled quickly enough, it will still be warm inside even after being submerged in water.

PHOTO C: If cooked properly, the skin will peel off easily, simply by rubbing with the tips of your fingers. The grid-like burn pattern left by the wire mesh adds to the visual aesthetic and appeal of the eggplant. (Photo by Masahiro Goda)

4. Serve on the plate. Garnish with grated ginger or dried skipjack tuna shavings and season with soy sauce or a noodle dip to taste. It is also good in miso soup.

Charred the skin of the eggplant well over direct heat. Immerse the eggplant in the water and quickly remove the skin. (Video by Masahiro Goda)

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Akiko Watanabe is a cooking expert specializing in Japanese cuisine.

Midori Kasai is a professor at Ochanomizu University and former president of the Japan Society of Cookery Science.


Middle Eastern style eggplant dip (for two)

Middle Eastern style eggplant dip (Photo by Masahiro Goda)

Dry 2 grilled and peeled eggplants and cut the chalice. Finely chop with a kitchen knife, then reduce to a paste. Grate 1/4 of a garlic clove. Add the garlic, 2 teaspoons of white sesame paste, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and olive oil, 1/4 teaspoon of salt and a little black pepper in a bowl and mix .

Add the eggplant and mix more. Serve flat on a plate and pour in a little olive oil in a circular motion. To taste on thin slices of baguette and others.


Chlorogenic acid found in eggplants is a type of polyphenol that causes the astringent taste and discoloration of the cut ends. Since discoloration occurs through the reaction of an oxidizing enzyme and oxygen, an effective way to avoid this is to immerse the cut pieces in water to break contact with the oxygen. In doing so, the eggplant is less likely to have an astringent taste when sautéed or fried in oil.

The Asahi Shimbun

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Extract from the Gohan Lab section of the Asahi Shimbun

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The growing demand for Middle Eastern cuisine and the growing consumption of traditional Arabic flavors and value-added tahini products in countries such as Canada, Mexico, United States, Brazil, Spain, China and India increase growth in North America, Middle East, & the Mediterranean tahini market

Moreover, products such as tahini pasta and hummus are gaining popularity in the North America region, which is also expected to drive the growth of the tahini market in North America, Middle East and Mediterranean. . In addition, the increasing adoption of Western culture further accelerates the growth of the market.

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Additionally, the availability of a variety of tahini flavors such as roasted garlic and wild oregano herb that can be used in various dishes in North America and the Middle East and Mediterranean region. is also expected to increase market growth.

On the other hand, the fluctuation in the price of sesame seeds is expected to pose challenges for the market as it affects the overall price of tahini product thus hampering the growth of the North America, Middle East market and the market. Mediterranean tahini.

In addition, the shift in consumer preferences towards take-out food products is one of the major market trends. This trend is expected to promote market growth. For example, in February 2018, Soom launched single-serve squeezable packs! It’s great for quick breakfasts and is available as a sweet chocolate halva spread. Thus, the growing demand for a take-out food product is expected to drive the growth of the North America, Middle East and Mediterranean Tahini market.

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Tahini is a Middle Eastern vegetable dish made from mashed sesame seeds. It is usually served as a main ingredient or on its own with hummus, baba ghanoush, and other types of Egyptian or Middle Eastern dishes. The leaves are roasted until golden, then crumbled to produce tahini. It is also used in dressing and as a garnish. Sometimes it is used as a food coloring in Indian cuisine.

The leaves are powdered for a few minutes, sifted and mixed with water. They can be spread on food or eaten as is, although they are considered a sweet appetizer. To prepare tahini, a food processor is needed as it needs to be powdered with water. Other ingredients can be added to the mixture, such as chopped or crushed nuts, dried fruit, mint or cardamom, sugar, and asafetida (or asafetida). A food processor that uses tahini as an ingredient is called a tahini processor.

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Fancy a breakfast that is a bit out of the ordinary? Aladdin Taste Of The East / Pitaworks (Milwaukee Public Market, 400 N. Water St .; 414-271-0400) recently added Shakshuka ($ 7.95) to the menu. It is believed to originate from Tunisia, the dish of poached eggs in a skillet in a savory mix of simmered tomatoes, red peppers, onions and garlic is served with a side of warm pita bread. This healthy bowl of comfort food will stick to your ribs any time of the day, not just at breakfast. Tasty with just a touch of heat from the spices, the meal is a tasty reward for thinking outside the box.

Chef and owner Azmi Alaeddin has been cooking and preparing his specialties in Milwaukee for over 20 years. Aladdin also has locations at City Hall, Milwaukee Intermodal Station, and is a staple at outdoor festivals. The public market place offers Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes as well as smoothies, lunches, pitas and bowls. The menu is very vegetarian and vegan. Although it’s only a delicatessen at the Milwaukee Public Market, Aladdin has some of the best Middle Eastern cuisine in town. Take it to go or head to the spacious upstairs public market dining room. It is one of the downtown gems for a quiet respite or a get-together.

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