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October 23, 2005
An Iraqi man cuts baklava (or baklawa), a popular sweet pastry eaten by Muslims during the holy month...
Tikrit
Iraqi man cuts baklava during month of Ramada in Tikrit
An Iraqi man cuts baklava (or baklawa), a popular sweet pastry eaten by Muslims during the holy month of Ramadan, in Tikrit, Iraq, October 23, 2005. Baklava is a complex, layered dessert made with paper thin sheets of phyllo dough which have been buttered and layered. Ground and finely chopped walnuts or pistachios are layered between the sheets of pastry, which are baked and soaked in a solution of sugar and either lemon juice or honey. The word Baklava itself, is derived from "baklavi", which is Arabic for nuts. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP05100260
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