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[23 Nov 2005|12:58pm]

aleewunduhland
This might be a stretch but I'm going to ask anyway.
The first time I ever ate Falafel was while in Rhode Island.
I can't remember the name of the restaurant but it was by the University of Rhode Island, a small place with just a few booths inside to eat at. From my experience with Falafel in CT and NY I've come to the conclusion that the Falafel I had in RI was the best. Would you guys agree or disagree; RI is the best place to get it in New England? Oh and if you have any idea which restaurant I'm talking about, located near URI, clue me in 'cause I'd absolutely love to eat there again one day. Thanks!
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[18 Nov 2005|09:56pm]

cuppiecake
falafels are the best. i can eat them 24/7.

i love to dip them in hummus.

and they're high in protein !

hurrah !
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on the search for a good falafel in beantown [26 Jan 2005|01:16am]

cooler__thanyou
hey loves - i'm a very hungry student in boston and i'm craving my falafel! i'm from connecticut so i'm used to going to mamoun's in new haven, which has AMAZING falafel. and i tried this one place on huntinton ave near my school - neu - but it just doesn't compare... can anyone recommend somewhere i should try out?
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[28 Dec 2004|12:37pm]

heckers
hiiiiiiiiiii i'm akiko..... and this is really exciting. insanely exciting. i dunno if anyone's from rhode island but east side pockets on thayer street has the best falafel the world has ever known. and i'm having it for dinner. and i'm excited. yey!
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[27 Dec 2004|10:35am]

pengolod72
i had GREEN falafel the other day!

it was very delicious.

has anyone else experienced this????
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[29 Nov 2004|06:43pm]

pengolod72
i am so excited that this community exists!
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[23 Nov 2004|05:30pm]

smokeyblunts
i'm so happy that Rammadan is officially over cuz that means Saad's Halal is open again. they have the best falafel in this city in which i live. the sammich is like as big as a human head, and only costs $3.50. you can also get feta, hummos, baba ghonoush, tabbouli or any of several additions for like .25 cents more.

anyone hear of that new corporate chain, Maoz. it started in Europe, they have several stores in the Netherlands and France and such, but it was only just brought over to the United States this past summer. their falafel is pretty good, but a little too much parsley for my liking.
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[10 Nov 2004|11:18pm]

stephandthecity
from louisiana.
in new york city (school).
falafel first time.
tasty.
new obsession.
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[10 Nov 2004|11:18pm]

stephandthecity
from louisiana.
in new york city (school).
falafel first time.
tasty.
new obsession.
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[28 Oct 2004|05:17pm]

aleewunduhland
Hiya. I'm Allie and new to this community so I figured I'd introduce myself. Hmm... I don't really know what to say but I do know that I absolutely love Falafel and most other food that is considered middle eastern. If I could go my whole life eating only one food it would totally be Falafel over all else.

I went to a place called Mamoun's the other night (located in New Haven, Connecticut). Best middle eastern cuisine in the state... well at least I think. I ordered Falafal (obviously) which was loaded with SO much Tahini (I almost think they put too much in it) but it was still good of course, a baba ganoujh plate and stuffed grape leaves. Yum. I can't wait to go back.
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Heavens [09 Oct 2004|06:26pm]

splitpeasoup
I never thought I'd say this but: the hummus I made today has too much garlic!

Also it doesn't have enough tahini... it doesn't feel creamy enough.

How do you make tahini? Grinding up sesame seeds with a little water in a mortar didn't seem to work all that well... the seeds are too small to grind properly.
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[26 Sep 2004|01:05pm]

dancetheorange
If this were a perfect world, I'd be eating falafel right now. But it's not.
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hey guys [26 Sep 2004|10:14am]

fermata_chizika
[ mood | hungry ]

hey yall.
I'm new here, my name's Jesse. I'm from florida.
I went to the mall a couple days ago, and was really looking forward to having falafel for lunch at the only place that has it in town. well, they took the falafel place out!!! and guess what they put in? and airbruch place! I was so mad!
so I was wondering if anyone had any good falafel recipies. I'm tired of getting the mix from walmart. lol.

peace, love, and falafel
jess

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[27 Aug 2004|11:51pm]
oregirl
hi. i'm holly.
i wrote a poem awhile back and the last line was, "falafel is awful like love is unique." usually i want to kick people who rhyme "falafel" and "awful," so i'm not quite sure what got into me...

peace :)
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homemade falafel [25 Aug 2004|02:03am]

mzoeomew
[ mood | excited ]

for those who are in the unfortunate part of the country where falafel isn't as readily available i give you this:
homemade falafel
i'm sure you can buy it at a whole foods or fresh fields.

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falafel on the news! [24 Aug 2004|12:13pm]

mzoeomew
[ mood | bouncy ]

i was watching cnn yesterday afternoon and they did this segment on philly cheese steaks. in the 5 second video clip they showed what they thought was a philly cheese steak...but ho! it was a falafel! i knew because it was definitely in a pita pocket, it was definitely fried balls, and it was definitely white sauce they put on top. i was totally freaking out. and totally having a falafel craving. i can't wait till school starts up so i can get my east coast falafel fix.

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[24 Aug 2004|01:09pm]
mangokills
I'm so excited, everyone. I love falafel. A lot.

Oh, yeah... I'm Lauren. I live in Philly. Falafel is my religion. Not really, but close. Hi!
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[18 Aug 2004|02:45pm]

mzoeomew
[ mood | hungry ]

does anyone have a falafel recipe?

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[17 Aug 2004|09:22pm]

mzoeomew
urban outfitters has this on a tee-shirt


ps. i'm new...and i love falafel. pita power or oasis in williamsburg brooklyn are my fave falafel places.
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Sometimes you've got it, sometimes you don't [30 Jun 2004|08:59pm]

dancetheorange
[ mood | full ]

I wish I had eaten falafel today. But I didn't.

It's hard, because the falafel place is right next to the yummy burrito place where all the hot boys work. The falafel place is run by an old hairy guy, and sure it's good food, but... he's no hot boy. Those hot boys are going to break the bank (and my pants--but not in the good way, in the fat-ass way).

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