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A Mediterranean Feast of Many Dishes, Many Flavors

The traditional mezze means “welcome” to a sumptuous meal of fresh tastes and textures

Fine Cooking Issue 10
Photos: Alan Richardson & Dana Harris
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Whet your appetite with a mezze table—an array of savory dishes served in Lebanon, Greece, and other eastern Mediterranean countries. Here, you’ll learn how to make your own hummus, tabbouleh, baba ghanouj, and other delicious options. Many of these can be prepared a day in advance, and you have different options of cooking some, like kibbeh, or minced lamb with cracked wheat.

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