A simple clarification of names
Here in Brazil (or São Paulo to be more specific) we call shish kebab a michui. A Döner is a kebab, a Shawarma is a greek barbecue.
That if the shish kebab is done with morsels of meat, if it is ground meat it becomes a kafta
And the secret ingredient is:
Sfeeha on a pita
I got this idea from this post on taste of Beirut
I instantly fell in love with the idea. It was so simple and beautiful. I had to try it.
Sfeeha is a meat filling on a dough. (I’ve talked about them briefly before)
Sfeehas in Brazil comes in two ways. Open and closed ones. They ...
São Paulo’s Municipal Market (Mercadão) was fun adventure when I was young.
It was a slightly creepy place. A little bit rundown, but with amazing stuff.
Some ten years ago I was almost punching cards there.. Every other Saturday I would be roaming the crowded aisles finding new stuff to try or buying food for the week.
Nov. 17, 2009, 1:46 p.m. | by Adriano Petrich | Categories: lebanese
Please stand with me: I am on a weird frame of mind today.
That said, I would like to say sorry for the lack of posting. I broke my camera and it was being fixed. Update: I also half-wrote this article and never finished for a week
I will save for a later day a large and boring ...
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