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These are called kousa mihshi (stuffed zucchini). They're filled with meat, rice, tomatoes, and secret spices. I found the recipe online, but will try to get her to spill the family recipe too since they were so downright delightful!
I have to give our great city of CLE some credit too, because we have some delicious Middle Eastern cuisine represented here. Judy's Oasis is a must stop anytime I go to the West Side Market.
Anatolia Cafe in the Cedar-Lee District is my go to date place with JMK, and their Sigara Böreği is literally out of this world good!
Aladdin's Eatery, which has multiple locations in the area, has some standard wraps & pita pockets--my tasty reliable choice is the Falaffel Pocket. Never fails me!
Ranging from Lebanese, to Persian, to Turkish, and other Middle Easter cuisine--Cleveland certainly has a wide variety of ethnic cuisine that I can't get enough of!