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zaa·tar

 (zä′tär′, zä′ä-) or za'·a·tar (zä′ä-tär′)
n.
A Middle Eastern mixture of herbs and spices typically containing thyme and marjoram or oregano along with sumac, sesame seeds, salt, and other ingredients.

[Arabic za'tar, zaatar, any of various Levantine varieties of thyme, marjoram, and oregano.]
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And the children remember, "My aunt asked me to bring her zaatar and marimeyah, but I took her stones and soil insteadC*.
We only eat bread with zaatar [oregano], or any type of seeds available," she said.
As for the zaatar, it turns up on the house pizza ($11.
Muse also offers a wide array of sweets such as marzipan, mini eclairs, zaatar biscuits dipped in chocolate, truffles mixed with dates and cheesecake filled chocolate bites.
The local zaatar is even better than what I find in New York.
ROAST CHICKEN SALAD WITH ROSEMARY CROUTONS AND WHITE BEAN HUMMUS SERVES 4 TO 6 / 20 MINUTES, PLUS ABOUT 2 HOURS TO ROAST The Middle Eastern spice blend zaatar contributes a fruity, tart flavor (think cranberries) that's a fabulous counterpoint to the richness of roast chicken.
To make it, you need: *A" cup raw almonds (soaked in water overnight) *A- cup green olives (without pits) *Juice of half a lemon *A' a fresh tomato and 5 slices of sundried tomatoes *A- cup olive oil *1 clove of garlic, crushed *And the best part, a generous sprinkle of zaatar
Chimchurri and zaatar prawn salad, beef strips salads with peanuts and Asian dressing and quinoa salad with tandoori chicken will make a salad diet very desirable.
You might like to add some lettuce, chopped tomatoes and olives on top of the zaatar (a mixture of thyme, oregano, sesame, seeds, sumac and olive oil).
In an effort to further broaden its staff as the firm grows, RD Legal Funding is also pleased to announce that Kevin Regan and Shivam Gupta have joined the financial reporting team and Kamil Zaatar, the marketing team.
Aoun's injunction added to the skepticism over the reconstruction among some Nahr al-Bared displaced residents, who have long voiced fears that the state would never allow them to rebuild their camp, and feared the fate of the disappeared Tell Zaatar camp leveled during the 1975-90 Civil War.
Located at the Food Court Area of Al Bustan Centre, the new outlet offers a menu of gourmet specialties through a wide range of freshly Lebanese prepared delectable products with your choice of labneh, zaatar, cheese & turkey ham, wide choices of pizzas etc.