Cahiers de Hoummous — “Cooks without Borders,” hummus insight bordering on wisdom

Cooks without Borders is a blog worth examining, if only for this one post:

Ottolenghi meets Zahav: Introducing the ultimate hummus recipe

She is asking the right questions of the right people.

And, she has also found two key secrets that MidLaw readers have seen before: (i) use canned chickpeas when you need to, and, when you do, (ii) you need to cook’em just a bit.

Cooks without Borders ihummusday-1431534933s a very good blog, even though it goes far afield from hummus. But, as good as that blog is, there is little or no commentary there about mid-size law firms, or about Tarboro or Edgecombe County, or about  North Carolina lawyers — and, there is nothing about the virtues of Guilford College, lifelong learning, or the liberal arts.

So, I’m not exactly sure why you’d read it. You need that stuff to go with your hummus.

Maybe you’d read it for the food commentary. Anyway, she’s got the hummus nuances about right.

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