Recipes and remembrances from an Eastern Mediterranean kitchen: a culinary journey through Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan

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Siamanto Press, 2001 - Cooking - 438 pages
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This culinary milestone has been hailed as a masterpiece, a classic, and the first and last word on eastern Mediterranean cooking. A welcome blend of scholarship and entertaining reading, this revelatory work features a wide range of authentic, clearly written recipes, many personal reminiscences, impressive culinary history, valuable information on ingredients, meals, and traditions, stunning period illustrations, and much more.

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Goldmine of information on food and customs in the middle east. Every recipe I've tried has been awesome, especially the hreesi (lamb and wheat stew). Read full review

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User Review  - Lynda - Goodreads

This is a wonderful cookbook. Try the sesame cookies, they are worth the price of the cookbook. Read full review

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