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Whose hummus is it anyway?

Written By Administrator On October 8, 2008

Next Middle East crisis involves dips.Hummus

A Brief in today’s New York Times suggests a food fight brewing between Israel and Lebanon over ownership rights to hummus. Yes, they’re arguing over which country first pureed chickpeas, oil and garlic into a tasty treat. Lebanon also says it is responsible for baba ghanouj and tabbouleh. I want to be in on the U.N. briefings that decide this issue.
I think we can all agree that hummus truly belongs to the ages.       

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