Lately, my favorite place to order lunch is the tiny sandwich shop, Bite. They have big salads with flawless organic greens, creamy hummus with crunchy pine nuts and slivered almonds and a variety of hunky sandwiches. But the number one item in my book is the sabih sandwich. The combination of hummus, hard-boiled egg, eggplant and Israeli salad stuffed in a pita is a popular Middle Eastern food, but at Bite they stuff it in Balthazar’s ciabatta bread instead. The crusty bread gives just enough texture to complement the mushiness of the sweet caramelized eggplant, creamy hummus and hard-boiled egg. But the tasty little package wouldn’t be complete without the refreshing bite of Israeli salad (chopped cucumber, tomato and onion in lemon juice) and the spicy kick of harissa paste. This sandwich is hearty, filling and oh so good!