Controversy, Yet Agreement

In these great times of strife and controversy in this country…

One thing that we can probably all agree on:

Make Falafel Not War

Words to live by.

And to eat by.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Salad and Falafel

Continuing the healthy eating trend.

This was delicious salad and falafel with tzatziki sauce and Italian dressing. 

It was so fresh and good.

Honestly, I wanted to eat more of this. 

Who needs all the junk foods. 

This looks good, tastes good, and is good for you!  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Want To Ride The Falafel Bus?

Falafel Bus
Falafel is a funny sounding food, but actually tastes pretty good. 



The best that I’ve ever had was in Tel Aviv with spicy falafel balls, hot french fries, and loads of creamy Tehina stuffed in the pita.



Only thing better is with juicy grilled schwarma, right off the rotating fire spit, and hot sauce, and for that try Max’s in Silver Spring. 



One of my friends used to joke about the guy with an accent selling falafel, but who used to ring out (what sounded like), “Pizza and Palapel!” 



In terms of getting it from a curbside bus–only if it is hot and kosher. 😉



(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

A Falafel A Day

A Falafel A Day

Peace comes in many shapes and sizes–peace talks, peace negotiations, peace treaties, and now even peace trucks.

Reminiscent of the peace marches and brightly painted VW peace vans of the 1970’s, The Washington Post (26 January 2013) reports on a 76-year old retired Energy Department staffer with a PhD in mechanical engineering who for his second career is starting a peace food truck in DC.

The food truck will have two windows for selling kosher food from one and for selling halal food from the other.

The owner-activist who is an Egyptian American hopes that “it will bring people from different backgrounds, who are waiting on line, to talk together.”

He says: “I think it will work because, well, everyone likes food,” and he hopes to fund additional food trucks in Chicago, New York, Israel, and the West Bank.

The truck has both the Jewish Star of David and Islamic Crescent painted on it–it is truly a truck for representing diversity of people, but with a common taste in good Mediterranean food.

It’s amazing what a falafel can do–perhaps, even help bring peace and security to the Middle East. 😉

(Source Photo: here with attribution to Shoshanah)