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Arts & Entertainment - March 4, 2020

Food and Drink: A taste of the Levant

From knafeh to baklava, Menlo Park baker brings Middle Eastern sweets to the Peninsula

by Elena Kadvany

More than the taste of knafeh, Maya Fezzani remembers the movement of her grandmother's hands making the traditional Middle Eastern dessert.

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Elena Kadvany is a staff writer for the Palo Alto Weekly, The Almanac's sister publication.


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