from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of falafel.
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- n. Alternative spelling of falafel.
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- n. small croquette of mashed chick peas or fava beans seasoned with sesame seeds
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So if an army marches on its stomach, at least this year it is felafel which is setting the pace, a welcome reminder of the age of innocence as the scandal surrounding alleged soldier-spy Anat Kamm continues to ruin the holiday spirit.
During the second intifada, in the early 2000s, market researchers found a surge in the sales of Israeli fast food such as felafel and humous.
Along with providing tips on where to find felafel, and how to eat it when you get there, Ashely lends insight into the food's trans-border migration to Israel.
There are endless careful details — a 45-foot zinc bar, a Parisian metro clock — a lovely rooftop garden designed by Seattle Urban Farm, and a menu from chef Shannon Galusha that fits a big niche of dinnertime cravings, from a French rotisserie (with chickens specially raised for Bastille by an Eastside farm) to a takeout window for felafel.
Not to mention the “felafel” aside, which is just silly.
It should be “He died with a felafel in his hand, by John Boom-in-hand.”
I had a what the felafel moment when i discovered AOT.
Even though, as Peter M has pointed out, we can get terrific ready made felafel relatively easily here in Toronto.
I adore felafel and can't tell you how much I appreciate you spelling out how to make them.
And then she should go on the O'Reilly Factor and share a felafel with Bill.