Cool Mediterranean plate for hot nights. 8/12/20

Hummus, tabbouleh, olives, tomatoes, and salad greens

Our Mediterranean dinner tonight was a combination of store bought and homemade components. I made the tabbouleh but just assembled the rest. This is a Lebanese style tabbouleh with the emphasis on parsley rather than the bulgur. Using a food processor to chop up the parsley, mint, scallions, and garlic leaves you with only the tomatoes to do by hand. I bought the already washed salad greens, olives, pepperoncini, and pita so my biggest task was just assembling everything on our plates. We are under an excessive heat warning here so this no-cooking dinner kept our kitchen cool.

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