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- n. Plural form of borek.
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Hot Tamales Live, featuring female comedians, does indeed have “hot tamales,” but also includes other nationalities: Ukrainian/Jewish knishes, Korean bimpops, Persian boreks, African-American buttermilk biscuits, and that famous nationality “Male” featuring a hot dog bun.
Momed, owner Alex Sarkissian hoped the environment would showcase the artisan-quality Middle Eastern dishes like manaeesh (Lebanese flatbread) and savory boreks
They’re got spinach or beef boreks ($5), plus five different kinds of golzeme, this Turkish quesadilla/crepe looking thing ($6.)
Charles Perry speculates that phyllo pastry was invented in Istanbul in the time of the early Ottoman empire around 1500; it’s now used to make the Eastern Mediterranean honey-nut sweet baklava, savory turnovers (Turkish boreks), and many savory pies (Greek spanakopita and others).