- October 16, 2012
- Breads + Savory Pastries, Breakfast + Brunch, Made by Me, Party Food, Recipe Journal, The Khohanotz, Yeast Breads
- afternoon tea, aleppo pepper, baking, balkan cuisine, black caraway seeds, börek, bourekas, braided armenian string cheese, bread, breakfast, dough, fatayer, finger food, flavors of anatolia, halloumi cheese, hand pies, khachapuri, levantine cuisine, mahlab, Mediterranean cooking, middle eastern food, nabulsi cheese, nibbles+bites, peynirli pide, recipe, savory pastries, snack, southern caucasian cuisine, step-by-step recipe, street food, فطائر بالجبنة, معجنات
Simply put, fatayer is pizza-like dough, rolled crispy thin or fluffy thick, and stuffed with filling; herbed cheese in this case. Various adaptations of these savory hand pies can be found throughout the Levant, the South Caucasus, Southeast Europe (The Balkans), North Africa, Anatolia and surrounding regions.
Usually served during breakfast, they are equally great to snack on throughout the day or devour with a cup of tea at an afternoon tea gathering; not to mention the perfect party food ~ no forks or knives needed.
- August 6, 2012
- Eating Out, On Location, Travel + Places
- breakfast, brunch, california, casual dining, comfort food, eggs, farm food, food+cooking, french toast, fried chicken, Hash House A Go Go, Hillcrest, new american, restaurant, San Diego, waffle
The original Hash House a Go Go is nestled just up the hill from downtown in the trendy and hip neighborhood of Hillcrest; one of San Diego’s most distinctive and diverse neighborhoods.
Executive chef Craig “Andy” Beardslee and co-creator and co-founder Johnny Rivera serve off beat New-American food. Expect crazy concoctions, large portions that border on the ridiculous and long lines at brunch time on weekends.