ONE BAD ASS RECIPE WITH ROOTS
Cito’s hummus is a family recipe that has been passed down for multiple generations. The roots began in the small Christian town called Ramallah, just 15 miles from Bethlehem.
Ruby Powell (of Studio Ruby) was taught how to make the incredible hummus by her own mother, who learned it by watching Ruby’s Cito, (grandmother in Arabic).
She continued the tradition by sharing it with friends and acquaintances at gatherings and watched as they salivated over something that was always a staple in her household. Cito’s hummus is as authentic as you can get and the Lebanese and Palestinian rooted recipe has not changed since it originated in the Old Country so many years ago.
We know you’ll love it too!
History, culture, and
all that good stuff.
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Only the real stuff,
nothin’ fake here!
You didn’t really think we were giving away the secret ingredients did you?