I love simplicity. Blue oxford shirts, straw brooms, cotton aprons, hardcover books, kindness (much simpler than clever). And sometimes, it's how I like my food. This week I've eaten a lot of POW! foods—spicy rice bowls and falafel burgers, so I was in the mood for something quieter tonight. I adore the flavor of white onion and avocado together–such a nice contrast of sharp and crunchy and creamy and rich. The chicken adds heft and the herbacious flavor of Za'atar (see note) is so good but doesn't overpower. Plus it's a fun word to say, "Za'atar, you rotten scoundrel!"
Note: Za'atar is a middle eastern spice blend traditionally made up of equal amounts of sesame seeds, thyme and sumac. You can make your own or find it at a middle eastern market or speciality spice store.