This week co-host Rich Bowden reads from an article of his entitled Hummus: The Splendour and the Taste. It’s an exploration of the history and health-giving properties of the dish (and the humble chickpea) and the author’s own introduction to hummus after marrying into a Lebanese family.
So sit back, grab a cool drink and some Lebanese bread and hummus and enjoy the show! Continue reading “Season 2 Ep 4 Hummus: The Splendour and the Taste”
Believed to be one of the most ancient foods known to civilisation, hummus is both delicious and very healthy. It’s also not that difficult to make, though a special “touch” is required to make it taste superb. My mother-in-law Sally has that ability (more on Mum below), however it’s a fairly basic recipe that anyone can try and deliver great results. The fact that it can be made quickly and easily at home is important as much of the store-bought version of the dish is often blanded down, has preservatives and sugar added and is an inferior taste to the homemade version!
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