Middle Eastern Dinners Delivered – The New York Times
Tanabel, named Souk el Tanabel in Damascus, is Hannah Goldberg’s effort to employ refugee women from across the Middle East – including Syria, Iran and Lebanon – for dinners and events. The chef and culinary entrepreneur is not alone in this case, but her business has grown in recent years to the point where earlier this year she was able to move her production into a commercial kitchen. His company cooks dinner for two delivered Thursday ($ 65) to downtown Brooklyn ($ 10 fee) or available for pickup; and feasts for two to three ($ 135) are available for Saturday delivery to most Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan ($ 10 to $ 15) or for pickup. Some condiments, dips, and teas are also available on the website, from $ 4 to $ 20. Menus change weekly, though a recent Iranian dinner for two, including eggplant dip, salad of fresh vegetables and herbs, flatbreads, chicken with sour plums and rice pilaf, and a pudding. creamy milk for dessert was simply delicious. As the business was closed for July 4th, the next delivery date is Saturday.
Treats in a Bag and Dinner for Two, tanabel.com.
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