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  • Diverse swarms of families have joined them, as have the political and religious leaders with bullhorns; and there are the tea and koshari vendors; and even the cotton candy man, his enormous pink cloud of sugar visible from across the sea of thousands.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The well-stocked fighters also brought in boxes of koshari, a cheap local meal of rice, lentils and pasta.

    The Seattle Times

  • "I am running for my daily bread," says Mohammad, who runs a chain of successful koshari shops.

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  • Instead of four kilos of fesikh and three kilos of ringa (salted herring fish), he buys two kilos of fesikh and one of ringa, plus other side dishes and drinks, koshari (rice, macaroni and lentils) and fuul.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • The most typically Egyptian dish we had was koshari, a mixture of rice, pasta, lentils, fava beans and garbanzos, topped with tomato sauce and fried onions.

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  • I recommend the italian restaurant at the Four Seasons next to the zoo, but since your in egypt you should try the best koshari place!

    2:48AM [The B-Sides]

  • also, we went on a sweet dinner and movie date to see it. first, dinner at jerusalem - hommous and flat bread, kafta, ejje, koshari, and a jersualem coffee and semolina and honey cake for dessert yum!

    it's about the man in the green jacket and the telling of time

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  • An Egyptian fast food comprised of brown lentils, rice, pasta and perhaps chick peas all layered then covered with a red sause made of sauted sliced garlic, tomato paste, white vinegar and water seasoned with cumin and chili pepper. Perhaps topped with some fried onions.

    August 3, 2009