The tantalizing flavor of pita bread, fresh from the oven….
It is our pleasure to share our time tested recipes with you. A family tradition started in the Holy Land by my grandfather, Abu Saeed. We have our own bakery and therefore bake all our breads from scratch, with the same ingredients and method used for over 100 years and three generations. Our breads are delivered FRESH seven days a week from our bakery to our stores. We have a complete Fresh Pita Bread (White & Wheat), Tandoori, Garlicky, Afghani, and several kinds of delicious Pita Chips. Excellent taste without compromise!
Baking our bread from scratch requires our bakery to use state of the art equipment. The bakery runs around the clock to serve our daily customer demand.
A bit of history:
Pita bread is an even better invention than sliced bread. It is no wonder that this round pocket bread has been a staple of the Middle East for 4,000 years. In fact, pitas have been both a bread and a utensil throughout the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean serving the function of loaves of bread in wheat centric areas of Europe, Africa and Asia.
From what archaeologists can determine, the pita originated with peoples west of the Mediterranean. It is not perfectly clear if it was the Amorites or the Bedouins were the inventors. Both the farming and desert society respectively adopted pitas as their own. Soon, its popularity spread as the Bedouin peoples traded and travel across the Arabian and Sahara desert.
Originally, the pita was a combination of dough that was let to sit and collect yeast and fresh dough until the discovery that brewers yeast works. In the Middle East, It is still often made in a backyard stove compared to the store-bought pitas that have spread all over the globe.
But the history of pitas can only really be appreciated through the taste. The pita though has to be tasted with all the different foods that thrive in or enwrapped by pita. And then you will understand that sliced bread is the best invention since pita bread.
See Guy Fieri from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives make Arabic Shawarma, Falafel, and Hummus with Majdi Wadi during his visit to Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Experience the flavor that brought Guy Fieri from Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives to Holyland Bakery in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he made Arabic Shawarma, Falafel, and Hummus with Majdi Wadi.