Thanks for all of the advice, everyone! I think I have decided to go with inside-mount Roman shades -- I think the existing blind hardware will work (we can at least make it look like we never drilled when we reinstall the old blinds when we move). I agree now that using drapes would detract from the woodwork that gives the apartment such character. While privacy is not a big issue in this third-floor apartment, it would be nice to block the glare for daytime TV-watching.
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|5/27/10 03:59 PM|
I first made labneh for a recipe from 101 Cookbooks. It was divine - bulgur, spinach and roasted tomatoes, dotted with creamy labneh. I'll have to try eating labneh as you suggested above - sounds delicious!
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|1/5/09 10:39 PM|
On toasted bread, with sea salt, basil, and a little olive oil. Equally good as a pizza!
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|10/17/08 11:21 AM|
Try making it with lime juice rather than lemon - that's how I've always done it.
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