baklava baklava


  • (n) rich Middle Eastern cake made of thin layers of flaky pastry filled with nuts and honey


  1. After a dessert of four types of baklava of varying shapes, sweetness and fillings, I was stuffed.
  2. Making fun of someone's baklava may be cruel inside the Greek community, but it's not one of the cutting, hate-tinged riffs so many sitcom characters display.
  3. Inside the bunker, Brigadier General Ali Hussein, the Syrian sector commander, offered us tea and baklava.


  • Saginaw Township holds annual Greek Fest

    Plenty of baklava and gyros await attendees of this year's Greek Festival in Saginaw Township this weekend.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: WNEM TV 5 Mid-Michigan

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  • "I only add olive oil to most of my food to make it healthier. I cook chicken, vegetables, fish and red meat. I learned not to eat a lot of rice or sugar except with the baklava and kunafah, which I can't resist. But I only take small portions,"...
    on Dec 8, 2006 By: Laila Ali Source: Southern California InFocus

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