Halva floss, yogurt soda, and sesame bread sticks from Aziz Market. We’re pretty adventurous eaters here at the Smithers–Greene.
Review? The halva floss tasted good, but I thought halva necessarily meant made with tahini (sesame butter) as many “halvas” are. Now I guess it just means candy. The yogurt soda was unique– pungent, goaty, and tart. Very strong flavor that would probably go best with Greek or Middle Eastern food. The sesame sticks are, well, less sweet than your typical breadsticks. They are heavily coated with sesame seeds which gives them a slightly bitter taste. Good though.