Syrian Pita

Pita Bread

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Chutzpah, like a number of Yiddish words has become part of our daily lexicon. The Chutzpah! Festival in Vancouver, Canada identifies as both a Jewish festival and a festival for everyone. Take a look at the programming and you’ll see that non-conformist, gutsy quality that attracts Vancouver culture lovers back every year.

Pita bread is one of those foods that started out as a staple of Middle Eastern cuisine, but now is a bread for everyone. You’ll find it wrapped, stuffed and broken up and toasted into chips. This recipe for Syrian Pita requires an investment of time, but once you get the process down you’ll be able to make homemade pita to eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

- Ana Maria Harkins

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