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    The best sellers on Honey Road's pandemic menu demonstrate the dueling dietary pulls of the last 15 months. The Eastern Mediterranean restaurant satisfied them both with bonus flamingo cocktail straws and a charming takeout window. According to chef/co-owner Cara Chigazola Tobin, customers couldn't get enough of the kale salad with tahini-yogurt dressing, cucumber, feta and crunchy quinoa. "I joked that we were going to survive the pandemic just selling kale salad," Chigazola Tobin said, hypothesizing that peopled craved something fresh and green.
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Jordan Barry

Jordan Barry

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Jordan Barry is a food writer at Seven Days. She holds a master’s degree in food studies and previously produced podcasts about bread and beverages.
Sally Pollak

Sally Pollak

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Sally Pollak is a staff writer at Seven Days, where she mostly covers food and drink. Her first newspaper job was compiling horse racing results at the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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