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Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Hey Yvonne - thanks! I love the simplicity of this recipe, and the fact that its so easy to modify with different flavors. Cant think of SF without thinking of you! Miss you. xo, Dawn

Yvonne

I used to have a good hummus recipe, but I lost it and forgot how to make it. I probably got it the recipe from you, but I can't remember that for sure either. In any event, I am glad you posted this recipe because I have been meaning to make some hummus for a while. Love the photos too!!! xox

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Randy - I miss that bike too. But I'm glad I got to keep its owner. And I might take you up on that slap offer. (Oops, did I say that out loud?)

Kristin - it makes ME happy to see your comment on my blog! XO

kristin

you rock. this makes me happy. randy's comment makes me happy. you make me happy. if i make this for b, he'll be happy too. here's to you for spreading the happiness around. yum!

Randy

I just love to read your blog's, love to eat your food, and really miss that bike. Remind me to give you slap when I get home, it was that good. Love ya.

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Cherine - thanks! Your blog has so many beautiful recipes I want to try (like that bean dip!).

Kristin - So glad you enjoyed it. Thank you! Isn't it amazing how food can spark such strong memories?

Kristin

What a great story, Dawn. Lovely post.

Cherine

I loved reading your post, and your hummus looks fantastic!!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Hi Selma - mine, too! Ive made hummus countless times, but I think Id also like to try homemade baba ganoush sometime. Thanks for visiting my blog. :)

Selma

Looks great! Hummus is one of my favotite "meze".

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Thanks, Tim. San Francisco will always be my second home - I have such great memories of my years there. :)

Tim Mazurek

Well done, Dawn! I love this post.

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