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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


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


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!


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?


What a great story, Dawn. Lovely post.


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. :)


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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