A boy chooses fruit from a stall as Jerusalem market vendors swirl around him.
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October 15, 2012 Chefs Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi say their latest cookbook is a chance to re-imagine the recipes of their childhoods, reminiscing about Jerusalem's open-air food markets and street food.
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The reporter's mother, Nawal Elbager, of Khartoum, Sudan, shows off her falafel.
Rashad Baba/Courtesy Nawal Elbager
October 13, 2012 A reporter's quest to understand differences in regional recipes of the Middle East staple yields homespun stories about their provenance.
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