Win two tickets to St. George’s Lebanese dinner

I'm not sure how the St. George cooks are controlling themselves around these trays and trays and trays of baklawa.

For this Friday’s Go! section, I’m writing about the annual St. George Orthodox Christian Cathedral’s Lebanese dinner, which happens Saturday and Sunday. This is the 78th year for the dinner, which offers hungry customers plates (or to-go boxes) of cabbage rolls, kibbe, a rice and green bean dish called ruz and yuknee, salad, pita bread and a serving of sweet, sticky backlawa (the Lebanese version of the Greek’s baklava.)

The organizers were kind enough to offer us two tickets to give away to readers. They’re worth $16 each.

Want them? Comment on this blog post and tell me what Mediterranean dish or local Mediterranean restaurant is your favorite. Tomorrow, I’ll draw randomly for a winner from the comments section. Make sure your  e-mail address is up-to-date on your registration because that’s how I’ll let you know you’ve won.