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Middle Eastern Recipes: a Synthesis of History By R. D. Dalen
eBook (ePub): $1.19
The Middle East was where wheat was first cultivated, followed by barley, pistachios, figs, pomegranates, dates and other regional staples. Fermentation was also discovered to leaven bread and make... More > beer. As a crossroads between Europe, Asia and Africa, the Middle East has long been a hub of food and recipe exchange. During the Persian Empire (ca. 550–330 BCE) the foundation was laid for Middle Eastern food when rice, poultry, and fruits were incorporated into their diets. Today, the contribution of many different cultures and time have resulted in a Middle Eastern cuisine that is diverse and delicious Enjoy dozens of delicious recipes-- like Turkish spicy eggs, baked guavas,Yemen meatloaf, vegetable stews, and much more!< Less
A Basic Middle Eastern Desert Survival Guide By Linda Runyon
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The World’s Hungry Are Walking On Their Food “Weeds” have been found growing wild in all countries and dirt spaces. This is not complicated; indeed, it is one of the most basic of... More > the survival gifts of nature. The idea of eating nature’s natural abundance is reminiscent of Gandhi’s intention that simple foods be planted in the yards of everyone. This is now an attainable goal thanks to increasing and reliable data sources, and planet-wide, modern media technology. The ramifications of a free food source are staggering. These life-saving, free meals would be appreciated by anyone. This concise field guide contains maps and an introduction specific to the Middle East. Included are identifications, simple but flavorful recipes, and food additives named in Arabic and Kurdish dialect. Feeding the world nutritionally becomes a simple matter of identification. Such wild food education can eliminate world hunger in a way that is natural and most beneficial for body and soul.< Less
A Basic Middle Eastern Desert Survival Guide By Linda Runyon
eBook (PDF): $3.00
The World’s Hungry Are Walking On Their Food “Weeds” have been found growing wild in all countries and dirt spaces. This is not complicated; indeed, it is one of the most basic of... More > the survival gifts of nature. The idea of eating nature’s natural abundance is reminiscent of Gandhi’s intention that simple foods be planted in the yards of everyone. This is now an attainable goal thanks to increasing and reliable data sources, and planet-wide, modern media technology. The ramifications of a free food source are staggering. These life-saving, free meals would be appreciated by anyone. This concise field guide contains maps and an introduction specific to the Middle East. Included are identifications, simple but flavorful recipes, and food additives named in Arabic and Kurdish dialect. Feeding the world nutritionally becomes a simple matter of identification. Such wild food education can eliminate world hunger in a way that is natural and most beneficial for body and soul.< Less
Kuwait Cook Book Learn To Cook Middle Eastern By Patricia Sue McDonald
eBook (PDF): $2.00
Kuwait Cook Book Learn To Cook Middle Eastern is ever family and professional cooks guide book. If you like to experiment and love to cook this guide is for you. It contains actionable recipes, with... More > ingredients, descriptions, pictures of the dishes. Surprise your family, your friends with your new middle eastern dishes that everyone will love.< Less
Middle East Cuisine By James Newton
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This is a comprehensive ecookbook on the Middle Eastern region, it covers recipes from Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, UAE and many more locations. The recipes contained in this... More > book are full of eastern flavour covering categories such as: Breads, Dips, Soups, Couscous, Salads, Pastry (Pies), Rices, Meat, Chicken, Fish, Vegetarian, Deserts, Sweets.< Less
USA: My Mom's Home Cookin' & Delicious Comfort Foods By R.D. Dalen
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America --The United States of America, that is-- is truly a nation of immigrants—consisting of people from every region and country of the world. Therefore, it is not surprising that... More > America's cuisine is so diverse. In the U.S., Restaurant Row sports foods of every persuasion: Italian, Chinese, French, German, Mexican, Polish, German, Japanese, Middle Eastern, and many other cuisines. However, the USA is also well known for some of its favorite comfort foods. Americans, rich and not so rich, love hamburgers, hot dogs, meat loaf, barbeque, and other “comfort foods” which the recipes in this book emphasize. Learn how to make a Chicago Hot Dog! To mamas and grandmas everywhere, we thank you for the best home cookin’ on the planet!  < Less
KESSAB: recipes from my childhood By Zevart Keshishian
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A healthy compilation of delicious recipes from a small Armenian village in Northern Syria.
KESSAB: recipes from my childhood By Zevart Keshishian
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A healthy compilation of delicious recipes from a small Armenian village in Northern Syria.
Victoria's Cookbook By S. Hendow
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This book is a collection of Victoria's recipes. Born in Iraq, and lived in Basra for over fifty years, Victoria was renowned for her cooking. The author, spent months with his mother, Victoria,... More > photographing every step and capturing every detail. This cookbook range from simple everyday meals such as mezza and kabab, to the more exotic dishes like dolma, kibbi and biryani. These dishes, passed down from generation to generation, truly mirror the diversity of the cultures of Iraq and the Middle East. Inspired by her travels to neighboring countries, before finally settling in California, Victoria brought to her table a delicious range of ingredients and recipes that evoke the culture and cuisine of the countries she visited and the people she met.. Peppered with Arabic quotes, phrases, and fables this beautifully illustrated book captures the essence of the Arabic culture, the diversity of its food, and the passion of the woman who devoted her life paying tribute to it – Nana Victoria.< Less
Afghan Cuisine By Jay Rai
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In this delightful ebook you will find that Afghan food is tasteful fusion of the regions that neighbor Afghanistan. Major ethnic groups are Pashtuns, Tajiks and Uzbeks. Modern Afghan cuisine is the... More > blending of the cooking methods of the cooking methods of the three. Influence of India in the use of spices like saffron, coriander, cardamom and black pepper.< Less