Guess where I'm eating Middle Eastern green beans?
Lori Midson

Guess where I'm eating Middle Eastern green beans?

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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