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well-seasoned rice (with nuts or currants or minced lamb) simmered or braised in stock

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In our constant search for something different, we find that dolmas offer a hint of the exotic while celebrating the bounty of the season's freshest produce.
The next time you are stumped for a little something different, "stuff it" with delicious and healthful dolmas.
Trimmed means exclude the items with the biggest price changes up or down in any month, regardless of the type of goods," Dolmas said.
An increase in the price of oranges might tell us a lot about weather in Florida but not much about long-run trends in consumer prices," according to Jim Dolmas, the Dallas Fed economist who developed the new measure.
While there are a number of alternative measures of core inflation for the Consumer Price Index, the new Dallas Fed inflation gauge is the first of its kind for the PCE," Dolmas said.
The food available for purchase will include gyros - marinated lamb and beef - in pita bread with cucumber sauce; souvlakia - a Greek version of shish kebob - with grilled lamb and chicken; pastichio - Greek lasagna; and dolmas, also called dolmades - stuffed grape leaves.
In "A Fitter, Trimmer Core Inflation Measure," senior economist and policy advisor Jim Dolmas applies recent research designed to produce a more accurate core inflation rate to the Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) price index, the Fed's preferred inflation gauge.
Comparing the trimmed mean PCE to a rate excluding food and energy, Dolmas finds the inflation peaks in mid-2004 "are both higher and more sustained in the trimmed mean measure," however, inflation slowed in late 2004 with trimmed mean rates bottoming out at about 1.
The small separate sides of falafels and dolmas were presented atop a chopped tomato and cucumber salad with chopped parsley - and there were five in each order.
Romaine Dolmas 1/2 cup short- or medium-grain rice 3 ounces dry salami, diced 2 tablespoons drained capers 2 tablespoons seasoned rice vinegar or 2 tablespoons rice vinegar and 2 teaspoons sugar 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel 8 large romaine lettuce leaves
In "Globalization: Myths and Realities," senior economist and policy advisor Jim Dolmas explores three common misconceptions: that globalization is bad for the environment, that it encourages child labor and that it is a new phenomenon.
Senior economist Jim Dolmas addresses the double-dip recession question in "The National Economy: Heading for a Dip?
Other international foods that wrap up flavorful ingredients in edible envelopes of pastry, dough or leaves are knishes, kreplach, dolmas, blintzes, dim sum, dumplings and sushi.
Guests were treated to authentic Greek menu items: Greek Caviar, Lamb Chops, Chicken Souvlaki, Broiled Shrimp, Dolma (Stuffed Grape Leaves), Spanakopita (Greek spinach pie), Tiropitakia (3 cheese Greek Pie), and a wide assortment of Greek beers and wines.
So she combined them with other dolma ingredients into a salad.