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16 comments to “Me + Falafill = Open Books!$!”

  1. remember to take me there (both) when i’m in town. mabrouk, timbo!

  2. That is so fun! What a great idea this wrap event-thingy!
    I love eggplant spread, never tasted an eggplant-urfa spread. Sounds good.(:

  3. I definitely need to check this out when im in town. I’ll give you a shout haha.

  4. Tim, this is awesome! Falafel isn’t something that’s really been on my radar in Chicago. I’m definitely going to check it out this week!

  5. Neat! I haven’t heard about this bookstore, but will definitely check it out next time I’m in Chicagoland. And the wrap sounds delicious.

  6. What a wonderful thing for them to do and what a great opportunity. Very cool. Your wrap sounds worthy of a 3 hour drive from Madison!

  7. Love it.

  8. This is so awesome.

  9. This month’s Chefs for Charity FalaFill is great! I liked the spicy arugula, feta and pickled pear! #Yummyinmytummy

  10. So Cool! Congratulations! Your creation is something I would love to eat! Oh Tim – you are so awesome.

  11. I adore falafel and your creation sounds delicious! Great idea, too, with the bookstore. Do you have a falafel recipe you could share with us?

  12. Tim – I have been following and loving your cooking/writing for ages, and I just have to say how incredibly excited and grateful I was to learn that you selected Open Books for this project. I run the volunteer program at Open Books, and we all feel a little bit like celebrities today. Thank you, thank you!

  13. Ava! You guys are so awesome. I love Open Books and am so happy to be able to help. I hope they sell a lot of wraps this month. : )

  14. Tim, the wrap is excellent! Could you share your recipe for pickled pears? Thank you.

  15. I live in OP and have been meaning to try Falafill since its OP location opened–finally passed by yesterday as I left the Book Table, saw the sign in the window promoting your wrap & decided I had to try it. I was going to just have one bite in my car before driving home, but ended up wolfing down the whole thing right there. I was horrified when I realized that this amazing meal would only be around one more day & immediately got out of my car & went back for another one, which I asked them to cut in half & share with a friend. She & I agree that it’s one of the best things we’ve ever eaten in our lives and can’t believe it won’t be available ever again. (Why, oh WHY couldn’t I have discovered it on November 1st? Tragic!) Tim, you need to get somebody to put this on a permanent menu….preferably someplace right here in Oak Park.

  16. Kathy! That is so nice to hear. I am really glad you liked the wrap, and it is always good to hear from fellow Oak Parkers. It is a short run, but the good news is that the chefs special is usually pretty awesome. I’ve tried a bunch of them over the last year and none disappointed. So, give some of the others a try. Thanks again for writing!