Just in case you missed the tour that travelled all the way from Mormon county, across European lands, and finally into Jordan– allow me to introduce Mr. and Mrs. Jameed. Quoted from Mr. Jameed’s profile, “Regarded as the epitome of Jordanian invention, jameed is primarily used for cooking “mansaf”. Grumpygourmet.com describes the mansaf as “an enormous platter layered with crepe-like traditional “shraak” bread, mounds of glistening rice and chunks of lamb that have been cooked in a unique sauce made from reconstituted jameed and spices, sprinkled with golden pine nuts.” To the best of my knowledge, no other nation has managed to dry yogurt.”

A whole new way to enjoy “Ex-bressos”.