It is a wrap. My son's birthday party went well. Half my sons friends are down with this type of food and the other half not so much. So, the Jallab was not well received by everyone. They compared it to cough syrup and perfume.You can really taste the rose water in it which many couldn't identify right away. I made everyone a glass and then when I tasted it and identified it they were all like....oh, yeah, that is what I am tasting. Then they politely went for Dr. Pepper. I didn't put pine nuts or raisins on top because they wouldn't have liked that at all and I wasn't sure I could have done the Heimlich maneuver on a room full of linebackers. Before I bought the Jallab, I picked up a bottle of Rooh-Afza and Jami-E-Shirin. Those are from Pakistan and not Mediterranean but I thought that if I couldn't find the Jallab then I would have the concept. I am not fan of the Rooh-Afza and I haven't had a chance to try the other. Cerignola olives were not all they were cracked up to be. They are really small and I might get them again if they were already pitted. They don't come like that. The Garides se Lathoxitho came out really nice, too. That Tunisian carrot salad is really dang good. So good that I am planning on incorporating it into regular meals. I am making the matbucha later in the week. I ran out of time to cook everything. I did a lover of hummus (not related) tell me mine was the best. I can screw up a meal like nobodies business. Sometimes I encounter losing streaks of cooking, where I am like PBJ's 4 life, but it came out really nice.