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  1. Hannah

    First cake, and now pine nuts? What are you trying to do to my irrational food aversions? 😀 I do, however, suddenly have 1125 grams (um… 2.5pounds, I think?) more nuts today than I did yesterday, so I might just have to make this and smash in a few handfuls of mixed cashews/peanuts/almonds instead of the little pine fellows!

    P.S. Looking forward to rereading all your posts. Particularly the travel and peanut butter ones 🙂

  2. fitandfortysomething

    i love hummus and lebanese food. this looks fabulous girl!

  3. Brett

    It’s a burden that we, as your loyal readers, bear. But we gladly will. I’m looking forward to the European travels as well. The new site looks great, so keep it up.

  4. BitterSweet

    I’ve made hummus just about every which way, but never like this! I’m digging that chunky texture, very different from the norm but just as appealing.

  5. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    yummy work on the hummus! and congrats to the you bar winners!

    xo

  6. tasteofbeirut

    Amber

    I have been meaning to visit but the internet (slower than a dying snail) and the electricity cut-offs have made this impossible until tonight; so glad you like the hummos baleela enough to make your own version which is great! My daughter told me she had it at a friends house last night with onions and garlic.

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