Shakshuka's eaten all over the place. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mary
    • 17.06.12 | 07:57 (IDT)

    Shakshuka is eaten all over North Africa, in Turkey it's called Menemen, in Spain and Mexico, Baked Spanish Eggs.

    from the article: When in Israel, eat like an Israeli: a guide to street food
    First published 11:32 07.06.12 | Last updated 11:32 07.06.12
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