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Sounds good!

Pam Claughton

Thanks for stopping by Patti!



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I've enjoyed reading your posts. When can we expect more?


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Thanks for the recipe. Sounds terrific!

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I'm such a hummus fan! Just recently started making my own and I'm just hummus crazy right now.


Thanks for the recipe! Today I had some pita bread, hummus, and also some good roast chicken on hand.. I put a little spinach inside and the combination was amazing!

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I am making a new type of hummus with 'Macahini paste' instead of tahini paste and it is wonderful


Try this...in a food processor, mash up the chick peas with salt and a little cumin to add some heat. Don't add any oil to thin it down, it should be a fairly lumpy mixture. Deep (or pan) fry the chick pea mash until crispy and starting to brown, then remove to a paper towel to dry. Cool, and then include inside a wrap with spinach, red peppers, red onion, and a little yogurt. SO DELICIOUS! Give it a try!

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Very creative way to use Hummus at home. Thank you :)


I already had the recipe, but you've given me some great new ideas for Hummus.

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eggs and hummus... yumm. I LOVE that idea.

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