What, more hummus already? The Great Glendale Hummus search continues today minus any plan for it to do so. After the last sampling I thought maybe a quiet bit of rest, reflection and research to make it a somewhat thorough and fair endeavor.
Also, I was running really late in the Out-and-About part of the day. That's the part right before I punch the troglodyte card, which, incidentally, has never been done LATE in many, many years. And then I passed this place. Oh, sigh.
The gentleman assured me: no sugar. Also, that the hummus was just
made. And that it's really good. A waiting customer standing next to
me concurred. She said, "It's clean." The hummus, when he handed it to me, was still warm. Hopes were high. And then I hightailed it out of there.
This hummus is: lighter, airier texture than the previous fare. Less salty, and a nice hint of garlic. Clean, indeed. But I must concede, the previous hummus had a nice bite to it that was lacking here. This was smoother. And I could always add more lemon.
Which begs the obvious: why aren't I making my own hummus? I neither have nor desire a food processor. I suppose I could do it by hand, people have done it before, it'd merely be less smooth but edible.
Until then, this is getting fun.