We are an interesting mix of heritages in this household, and with interesting mixtures comes an array of ethnic dishes. One of my favorite things that Thomas makes (he is the cook in the house) is homemade naan (pita-bread) and falafels. We gathered some veggies from our garden and had quite the feast… with humus, fresh feta and tzatziki sauce.
You haven’t lived until you’ve had fresh-from-the-oven naan! Sweet, fluffy and light, I could seriously eat this stuff every day. Even the little ones go crazy over it. I didn’t have Thomas jot down the process, but I know there is a similar recipe here, as well as falafels, humus and tzatziki sauce recipes. Oh… and we also had some of our “sun-dried” tomatoes, which are so easy to make! Simply spread tomato halves on a baking sheet with a little sea salt and bake off in the oven at the lowest heat for 6-8 hours (or until dry and concentrated looking). Store those bad boys in a mason jar of olive oil and you’re set!