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My new friend W. recently invited me to her beautiful carriage house apartment for lunch. She served an excellent homemade vegetable soup, followed by falafel (which, at 46 years old, I had never tried). It was amazing. She said it was in the Israeli style, with chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, red cabbage, dill pickles and tahini sauce. I am in love. I went searching for a recipe that doesn't require deep-frying, because deep-frying is high-calorie, messy, and a scary venture. I found a Mollie Katzen recipe on this website (culinate). I'm going to try the recipe, since I trust Mollie. I noticed that if I created an account with culinate.com, I could save recipes, add them to my "want to make" queue, and write a BLOG. Who'd have thought I'd be writing my very first blog post within five minutes of signing up? Blogging is lame. Who wants to read someone's boring thoughts? Not me. I don't even want to write them. But here I am. Thanks, W., for your creative inspiration and your heavenly falafel.