Guess where I'm eating Middle Eastern green beans?

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Lori Midson

Slow-cooked vegetables are a staple in the Middle East, and while I'm partial to vegetables that are cooked al dente, there's no denying that the cumin-spiced stew with slow-cooked green beans, tomatoes and garlic from this Middle Eastern joint creates a richly flavored appetizer that could easily become a mainstay in my vegetable repertoire.

Can you guess where I'm eating?

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21 comments
Rian Milehigh
Rian Milehigh

Its the same as Indian food, looks like puke, and tastes similar.

Evelyn Maria
Evelyn Maria

I would love to know where the best MiddleEastern food is?

Clayton Capra
Clayton Capra

Why don't you have us take a guess at what bathroom you'll be using after ingesting that.

Dominick Black
Dominick Black

No offense but that kinda looks a LOT like a plate of vomit. Don't be offended by me saying that though. I'd still lap it all up, I'm sure. C=

kesslereb
kesslereb

Now that looks vegan. Am I right?

Charles Boston
Charles Boston

Seems like Aaron cared enough to respond..... :-D

TheFabulousMarkT
TheFabulousMarkT topcommenter

This is a toughie, but Phoenician Kabob on East Colfax is pretty darn good!

ScubaSteve
ScubaSteve topcommenter

@ck.moore 

Ya Hala closed a couple of months ago.  The building is vacant.

TheFabulousMarkT
TheFabulousMarkT topcommenter

@ryanhuseby Al-Basha was delicious but I'm afraid it's no longer open. :( It's turned into an Ethiopian restaurant called Elsa's.

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