What does Mezza Fanook mean?
What food is in a meze?
Meze or mezze ‘to taste’, is the name for a number of small dishes or appetizers served before a meal, often with a drink. The food is common in the Eastern Mediterranean. Not accompanied by alcohol, meze is known in the Arab world as muqabbilat (Arabic for “starters”).
Mezze, a style of dining in the Mediterranean and the Middle East, resembles a collection of Spanish tapas and other small plates meant to stimulate your appetite. But unlike those appetizers, mezze often makes up an entire meal, combining both cold and hot, vegetarian and meat items.
What is Mezze? Literal meaning of the Arabic word Mezze/meze/meza: Taste/snack/spread of small plates of food/starters (mezzes is the plural) Technically, it is an assortment of finger foods that is a staple part of the dining experience in Eastern Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Arab countries.
What does Meta mean in Italian?
It’s not a “sopranos” dialect…fanook, or mezza fanook is slang for fag, universally known by Italian immigrants from north, south and Sicily.