Friday, November 27, 2015

Jodi Rudoren discovers "Israeli food": she is impressed

How could the correspondent of the paper not know that this dish is an old Lebanese-Syrian dish which my home city of Tyre specialized in long before the Zionist entity was even formed?  "He offers a finely chopped salad, excellent thin fries and a dish called msabbaha, where chickpeas swim in tahini."  But those who claim that Palestine was a "land without a people" can easily claim that Musabbaha was invented by an Israeli chef.