- n. An alternative spelling of hummus.
“I've never seen this kind of houmous over here but I just had to comment and say,'no!”
“Cooperative said it was stocking up on pizzas, chicken wings, lamb samosas and dips such as houmous, guacamole and nacho cheese.”
“Back to Green Brain for food (houmous, pita bread, vegetables and dips) and the fund-raising art auction which concludes the evening.”
“This year the food that was laid on wasn't pizza, it was actual dinner-type food - though vegetarians like me were pretty much left with coleslaw and houmous.”
“It could go further - a designated 'packed lunch' storage area, so Seb and Trinny can return to pick up the crustless salmon sarnies and houmous Mum prepared for when they get a tad peckish.”
“And several skewered boars and oven-baked ostriches with stuffed aubergines and pumpkin pie with houmous garnish on a bed of choucroute and canard a-gogo.”
“I bet the pomegranate gives it a lovely crunch - I often sprinke a few seeds on houmous to give it a bit of texture.”
“I've never or even attempted to make any sort of pie either and houmous? wow i love them too especially on toast.”
“Then he'd remember he was standing in the Marks & Spencer's food hall, and the nearest thing to a weapon in his current inventory was a tub of low-fat houmous.”
“He brought her ouzo, followed by dishes of taramas alata and houmous, and juicy black olives, with a platter of fresh bread.”
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