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  • n. Alternative form of shawarma.


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  • I hear that during lunch, soldiers and officers get really serious and they sometimes fight whether they should have shish tawuq or Kafta or shawirma.

    Sunday, November 30, 2008

  • If it is up to me, I would dissolve the Lebanese Army, and would train its soldiers on making good falafil and shawirma.

    Thursday, August 31, 2006

  • Less vegetarian-friendly fast food includes shawirma - slivers of meat cooked on a vertical spit and sliced off to order.

    Matador Network

  • If you're eating on the hoof, lunch will probably mean felafel or shawirma.

    Matador Network

  • AT HOME from scratch and it tasted EXACTLY like shawirma you buy from the eateries in Jordan or any other country.

    Qwaider Planet

  • To tell you the truth, all the burgers in the world aren't worth a single bite of a good shawirma sandwich

    Qwaider Planet

  • Chicken kabobs are made with Amish poultry and Laham ma hummus is topped with juicy bits of charcoal-smoked tenderloin rather than spit-roasted lamb shawirma and girded with pulpy dollops of spicy jalapeno.

    Hungry Magazine

  • Yesterday, lines grew long at the food booths just before noon as hungry festivalgoers took a peek at the dishes and ordered traditional plates like shawirma, tender strips of beef or chicken marinated in spices and served with a special sauce on pita bread.

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch


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