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rich Middle Eastern cake made of thin layers of flaky pastry filled with nuts and honey

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And there's always a piece of the exotically sticky nut and honey dessert baklava (99 cents) to end things on a sweet note.
99), the moist type of baklava that, to me, tastes so much better than the dry versions.
Delicious food - including the combination plate and the baklava, inset - is another.
Rami said he has customers from all nationalities and other more sought after sweets are kunafeh and baklava.
Special dough is made for the baklava which takes a lot of time to be ready and around 45 layers were placed in a tray after being rolled meticulously to reach a thickness of a paper.
Bianca Sauberlich, 24, shop manager, of Gateshead, said: "I like baklava, especially if it is made with honey and pistachios.
Place the baklava in the oven for about 20 minutes, then decrease the oven temperature to 150C and cook for an additional 30-40 minutes, or until the pastry is slightly puffed and golden.
During normal days Al-Anwar produces baklava and all the various types of maamoul.
THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF BBC1 8pm It's Patisserie Week and the semi-finalists have to make two different types of baklava, the sweet treat made with filo pastry.
Holy Trinity Centennial Picnic spanakopita, gyros, Loukaniko, ham-burgers, hot dogs, baklava, baklava sundaes, beer, wine and music by DJ Salonika Boys.
A lot of confectioners made baklava in Lebanon but Al Samadi Sweets took the cake.
George Greek Orthodox Church had made 1,700 bars of baklava.
If the Turkish saying "Let's eat sweet and talk sweet" is true, who knows what the country's already harsh rhetoric would have been if it weren't smoothed by the tons of baklava consumed during the Ramadan period.
Turn the baklava frequently until they become golden in colour on all sides.
To serve, place the baklava onto a plate and pour over the sauce.