When I do paid work in archaeology my fellow laborers speak Arabic all day.
So I learned that foochara is what we say when nice potsherds are uncovered and have to be collected.
But when the restaurant chef recommended a meal of meat and vegetables and foochara, I said "What?!"
When it came out of the oven and onto the table, I finally understood that foochara can also mean an unbroken clay pot.
The waiter's T-shirt says (in Hebrew) "Abu Shukri's Lebanese Restaurant."
Ein Kerem has plenty of fancy restaurants but this rustic one has the best food, and that is where I took my two visiting American friends.
This was my first time to have masachan, another great Lebanese dish made in the oven.
Two chicken legs and vegetables on a special brown pita and spiced, I think, with sumac.
Note the special issue Coke cans for the World Cup.