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Mimi’s Hummus, Spreading Its Middle Eastern Influence

The texture of Mimi’s hummus is a little thicker, more velvet than silk. (Photo: Nancy Borowick for The New York Times)

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Mimi’s Hummus, Spreading Its Middle Eastern Influence

Roasted cauliflower, spiced carrots and labneh. (Photo: Nancy Borowick for The New York Times)

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Mimi’s Hummus, Spreading Its Middle Eastern Influence

Malabi, a panna-cotta-like milk pudding scented with rosewater. (Photo: Nancy Borowick for The New York Times)

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Mimi’s Hummus, Spreading Its Middle Eastern Influence

The space, once a dollar pizzeria, feels less cozy and anchored to the neighborhood than Mimi’s on Cortelyou Road. (Photo: Nancy Borowick for The New York Times)

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Antipasto Skewers

Antipasto skewers = easiest appetizer EVER. Hello! Currently I’m sitting on the train, zipping my way towards Manhattan, and dreaming about the bagel I’m going to devour when I get there. After binge watching the first two seasons of Mozart in the jungle (anyone else loving that show?!), I’m eager to stretch my legs, explore …

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Hungry City: Indian Road Cafe in Inwood

Indian Road Cafe in Inwood (Photo: Emon Hassan for The New York Times)

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Grandchamps Welcomes You to Haiti, via Bedford-Stuyvesant

The turkey tasso with rice and beans. (Photo: Yana Paskova for The New York Times)

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Mimi’s Hummus, Spreading Its Middle Eastern Influence

As at the Brooklyn original, it’s easy to be distracted by dishes like mujaddara, a mess of black lentils, fat raisins and bulgur wheat, lapped by sheep’s milk yogurt. (Photo: Nancy Borowick for The New York Times)

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Brie, Apple, and Honey Crostini

Brie, Apple, and Honey Crostini Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com This appetizer can be made in 15 minutes and is a real crowd pleaser! Add it to your holiday menu now!

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Mimi’s Hummus, Spreading Its Middle Eastern Influence

Like its Brooklyn predecessor, the restaurant on East 14th Street has walls clad in perforated wood panels, like a minimalist lattice. Tables, under a chandelier, are set with jars of flowers. (Photo: Nancy Borowick for The New York Times)