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Heat Up Your Homemade Falafel With Harissa and Black Olives

Zhug Zhug the culinary drug
Take a bite - Grab the milk
Oh Dear Lord! - Chug Chug Chug....

Heat Up Your Homemade Falafel With Harissa and Black Olives

Wanna flavor punch right in tha kissa
then burn your face off with falafel and harissa.

The Food Lab: The Secrets to the Best Easy Homemade Falafel

Thank you for this recipe. I've been looking forward to Serious Eats turning your collective eye toward Middle Eastern cuisine. Would love to see your take on Shawarma at home using a standard oven.

Down the road please give some thought to Eastern European and Slavic cuisine.

Better Than Falafel? Israel's Sabich Sandwich Has My Vote

Certainly looks like a delicious sandwich. I must say that I am loving the Middle Eastern recipes. There is a lot of amazing food from all of the countries and regions.

Down the road, I would love to see a similar focus on Eastern and Central European. Good rustic dishes.

Better Than Falafel? Israel's Sabich Sandwich Has My Vote

Certainly looks like a delicious sandwich. I must say that I am loving the Middle Eastern recipes. There is a lot of amazing food from all of the countries and regions.

Down the road, I would love to see a similar focus on Eastern and Central European. Good rustic dishes.

Lazy Cold-Weather Dinner: Easy Pressure Cooker Black Bean Soup With Smoked Sausage

Delicious looking recipe. Just one more reason I really need to finally get a pressure cooker. As a side note, has the idea of doing a focus on Middle Eastern foods come up? Love the Latin and Italian but would really love to see what comes out of the Serious Eats kitchens when the spotlight is on Arab, Persian, Israeli, Kurdish, Armenian, Georgian, Azerbaijani and Turkish cuisine.

Crimes Against Pizza: An Opinionated Guide to Not Messing Up Your Pie

Ms. Kerr,

Welcome to the ongoing gentrification of Serious Eats. While nostalgia and an omnivorous love of pizza in all it's many many regional forms is quaint, serious eats is serious business now.


Seriously though, I also miss the general "feel" of the site from even just a year ago. Coming here and reading the articles, comments and forum discussions was like hanging with your buddies over a couple of brews at one of your homes and talking about the best and hottest plate of wings you've had... relaxed and just hanging. Now, it's grabbing a pretentiously named craft beer at the local hipster gastropub.

How I Built a Barbecue Restaurant in Brooklyn: The Importance of Mentors

First thing I thought of when I say the picture for the article "Oh, so Martin Scorsese is into making pizza now?"

Latin Cuisine: How to Make Colombian-Style Sopa de Albóndigas (Meatball Soup)

You need to do an article on Pelmeni. Making them, garnishing them, deconstructing them. Pelmeni Pelmeni Pelmeni. :)

Pizza Obsessives: Jimmy Coponi

mmmm….a delicious slice of Neopolitan pretension with a hint of ego baked right in...scrumptious.

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