The surprising part of it was that my kids really enjoyed it, particularly the kibbeh. Kibbeh is an interesting dish; it is kind of like a Middle Eastern meatloaf that’s traditionally made with lamb or beef. Instead of adding breadcrumbs or corn flakes as filler, they use bulgur wheat. I did a little looking and I found that just about every country in the Middle East makes it and they all have different versions. Most have similar ingredients they just prepare them different. It is traditionally seasoned with cumin, allspice, mint, and black pepper. Other versions are formed into little croquettes and deep fried or shells are made with a Bulgur and meat mixture and then stuffed with more meat. One version made with lamb is served raw with roasted peppers.