It was the height of simplicity for our meal last night after watching Jersey Boys at the movies that afternoon. The movie was a good look back for an old guy like me; a look back to the Sixties-my high school years and to a period just before heavier rock took over the San Francisco airwaves.
Diane had a lamb Pide which very basically is a Kurdish flat brad opened up and filled with chopped lamb, tomatoes and spices while I had Gozleme which is thin Kurdish pastry filled with, in this case, sliced vegetables and covered with a second bread layer and fried. This is how it is made by my recollection but if you look up the true recipe on the net I may have gotten it totally wrong. If so my apologies.
We indulged, even though it was a Diet Day, with five short pieces of Kurdish rolled filo pastry filled with chopped pistachios and this with a cup of Kurdish coffee was the perfect ending to a great afternoon and evening.