Did you perhaps mean hummus?
- n. An alternative spelling of hummus.
“She also made the most kick-arse hommus I have * ever* tasted.”
“Although she decries such conveniences in her 2003 book, Lebanese Cuisine "I do not like the taste or texture of tinned food", by 2007's Modern Mezze, her attitude has relented: "I used to make hommus the old-fashioned slow way … However, you can now buy jars of excellent ready-cooked chickpeas, preserved in water and salt, without added artificial preservatives".”
“I've managed to mix up some of the liquid that drains off the bin into a fertiliser, and just yesterday, I emptied the bin for the first time since I began filling it and buried the contents which will break down into hummus--definitely not to be confused with hommus.”
“On the flip side, the best thing that happened, and i may even go as far as to say the best thing that happened to me this year, was a falafel pita wrap with hommus and salad.”
“We had a lovely meal of koftas, kebabs, hommus and moroccan mint tea, while catching up with our friends and hearing about their lives in Singapore.”
“Katherine has fun in the kitchen, dancing and making love with her food, as she prepares homemade living food hommus for her rapidly healing client, Michael, who hired www. rawsomechef.com for her sincerity, spontaneity and sexy raw and real appeal.”
“Nevertheless, the two of us had a wonderful holiday, cooking our own Christmas dinner with lamb medallions over couscous, hommus and ratatouille.”
“Do you know who previously held the hummus hamos, houmous, hommos, hommus, hummos, hummous humus record, Blog Guy?”
“On our first day in Israel, a Sunday, our simple lunch of pita bread, hommus, falafel and kebabs from a small way side eatery came close to 100 Shekels.”
“I asked for a box of hommus, three pita breads, some falafels and pointing to some pieces of meat being fried on a pan, I asked for a few kebabs.”
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