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Ma'amoul Pastries

Our food columnist Sarah Elton joined us with a story of ma'amoul in Toronto. These popular Middle Eastern pastries, stuffed with dates or nuts, are time consuming to make at home. If you aren't making them yourself, Sarah suggested heading to Paramount to find the ma'moul, with three locations in the GTA: You can also find them at: Listen audio (runs 6:59)

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