Does Bill O'Reilly like falafel?
- Charles KLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Bill O'Reilly likes probably falafel but not as food according this link .And what is O'Reilly planning to do with the falafel?
"I would take the other hand with the falafel thing (sic)and I'd put it on your pussy, but you'd have to do it really light, just kind of a tease business." http://www.counterpunch.org/cockburn11272004.html ---------------- From loofa to felafel to Well, let Ms Mackris and her lawyer tell it their way. O'Reilly "suggested he would perform oral sex" on Ms Mackris and she would "perform fellatio on his 'big cock' but not complete the act", maybe to conserve his energies for further deployment of the little loofa or the felafel, though the lifespan of a felafel in a shower is surely limited in duration. After the exciting fa-fel-fell monologue and what to Ms Mackris' "repulsed" ear sounded like the hum of a vibrator and acoustic intimations of satisfactory climax O'Reilly launched into a discussion concerning how good he was during a recent appearance on "The Today Show".
Mind you, though O'Reilly may have thought he was on safe political ground with presumptively Israeli falafel, the word and indeed the snack is also of Arab origin.
In Egypt, McDonald's has their version of a falafel sandwich. Can you guess the name? McFalafel, of course.
http://mideastfood.about.com/od/maindishes/r/falaf... Falafel is a fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas and/or fava beans.
Falafel is usually served in a pita, which acts as a pocket, or wrapped in a flat bread known as lafa. The falafel balls are topped with salads, pickled vegetables and hot sauce, and drizzled with tahini-based sauces. Falafel balls may also be eaten alone as a snack or served as part of a mezze.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falafel ------------- A common theory is that the dish originates in Egypt, possibly eaten by Copts as a replacement for meat during Lent. The dish later migrated northwards to the Levant, where chickpeas replaced the fava. It has been theorized to a lesser extent that falafel has origins in the Indian subcontinent where it and other chickpea-based dishes are also popular.
Falafel grew to become a common form of street food or fast food in the Middle East. During Ramadan, felafel balls are sometimes eaten as part of the iftar, the meal that breaks the daily fast after sunset.Falafel became so popular that McDonald's began to serve a "McFalafel" in some countries.
Falafel, along with other Arab dishes, was adopted by early Jewish immigrants to Palestine and the Sephardi Jewish community.It was in Israel that falafel was first eaten in pita bread and filled with salads. Falafel has now become an iconic part of Israeli cuisine and is often considered a national dish. This has led to resentment by Palestinians and assertions of copyright infringement by the Lebanese Industrialists' Association.
Israelis were the first to spread falafel to Europe and the United States sometime in the 1970s. Today, falafel is eaten all over the world. It is popular among vegetarians, and prepackaged mixes are sold in health-food and grocery stores.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falafel#History ---- Pictures of falafel http://www.google.com/images?hl=en&q=falafel&um=1&... --------- Falafel Nutrition Facts Falafel
Falafel (1 patty (approx 2-1/4" dia)) Calories 60
Fat 5 g
Saturated Fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 6 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Protein 2 g
Dietary Fiber 18 g
* Source: United States Department of Agriculture Falafel Nutrition http://www.nutrientfacts.com/foodpages/nutritionfa...