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Sat Feb 9 14:28:45 PST 2008
Kanafe is a pastry with a filling of fresh cheese. And powdered and
syrap over it. Delicious.
On Feb 9, 2008 10:56 PM, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Renata and I just happened to visit the Baklava Factory in North
> Hollywood yesterday. They had many kinds of pastries, which is the one
> you mean? I want to try the one that is made from ground kataifi dough,
> it looks interesting but very sugary.
> Ana Valdés wrote:
> > By the way, following the picture of the mamul cookie (my Iraqui
> > neighboorhood grocery import boxes of mamul from Iran and from Egypt,
> > they are a bit dry but delicious), I found the Backlava Factory, in
> > California. They had a pastry made with kanafé dough but not kanafé.
> > Does anyone have a recipe for kanafé or knafe?
> > I ate it in Gaza freshly made and it was wonderful. I ate it later in
> > Nablus and it was heaven (the knafe is Nablus "speciality", as
> > potatoes for Idaho, etc.
> > I ate kanafe again in Amman, Jordan, in Jerusalem and some Lebanese
> > friends took some knafe from Beyrouth.
> > In Stockholm is only an Oriental bakery who do it but they claim the
> > problem is the cheese, they try with mozarella but it'a not the same.
> > Any ideas?
> > Ana
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