When traveling through the Middle East, one not-to-miss dish is foul. Sometimes spelled fuul or ful, this hearty dish is traditionally eaten for breakfast and features a slow cooked mash of brown beans and red lentils or fava beans gowned in cumin, lemon and olive oil. In certain places you’ll also find other topping options, like chili pepper and sumac.
Jessica Festa is the editor of the travel sites Jessie on a Journey (http://jessieonajourney.com) and Epicure & Culture (http://epicureandculture.com). Along with blogging at We Blog The World, her byline has appeared in publications like Huffington Post, Gadling, Fodor's, Travel + Escape, Matador, Viator, The Culture-Ist and many others. After getting her BA/MA in Communication from the State University of New York at Albany, she realized she wasn't really to stop backpacking and made travel her full time job. Some of her most memorable experiences include studying abroad in Sydney, teaching English in Thailand, doing orphanage work in Ghana, hiking her way through South America and traveling solo through Europe. She has a passion for backpacking, adventure, hiking, wine and getting off the beaten path.
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