We all have those places dotted around the world, the country, our neighbourhood that give us a taste of home or take us back to our childhood or remind us of our loved ones. I'm one of the lucky ones as I have two places I get to call home. Give me a fresh out of the oven apple crumble with vanilla ice cream and I am transported to an English country pub on a crisp Autumn day with my family in the UK. Give me manoush from A1 Bakery and I am transported to my mother-in-laws kitchen with Georges' family all sharing and tearing apart freshly made manoush. This is the type of food that creates memories.
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Q: What's hairy, sweet and loves the Dubke (traditional Lebanese folk dance)?
A: A group of bearded hunks who know how to throw a good street party.
This traveling truck of deliciousness (and I don't just mean the Knafeh) has been taking Sydney on a journey through a mini Middle Eastern experience. This traditional semolina dessert, so good one is just never enough, dancing that will entice even the most cautious of onlookers and perfectly groomed beards that would make any Bondi hipster envious.