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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
Culinary Journey Through Silk Road: Taste of Afghanistan By Laila Khalil & Roya Khalil
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In this enticing guide to Afghan cuisine, the Khalil sisters revisit their roots. This thoughtfully curated collection of recipes highlight the indulgent and exotic flavours of traditional Afghan... More > fare. Vibrant pages showcase dishes like Naranj Palaw (rice cooked in meat stock and garnished with orange zest and pistachios), Zamarod Palaw (long-grained rice cooked with seasoned spinach), Kofta Pashan (aromatic minced-meat qorma), Borani Banjan (layered fried eggplant), and Sabzi (spinach qorma). Included also are recipes for desserts like Malida (sweetened breadcrumbs garnished with pistachios), Haleem (chicken and oatmeal porridge), and Chutney (relish). In this ethnic cookbook, two sisters, professionals by day, and foodies by night, share the cuisine that has been the centerpiece for every celebration of family and friendship in their lives.< Less
Traditional Portuguese Recipes By James Newton
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A cookbook full of the delights of Portuguese cuisine. Recipes include traditional soups, side dishes, fish and meat dishes and deserts. A book full of dishes with african and moorish influences,... More > combining health ingredients to dance on the taste buds.< Less
A Taste of Syria By Philip M. Kayal & Virginia Jerro Gerbino
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A Taste of Syria is a collection of treasured family recipes that were brought to this country by the authors’ grandparents, immigrants from Aleppo, Syria. parents, Helen Kassar Jerro and... More > Alice Kassar Kayal, led to this cookbook. The Kassars are known for their culinary skills and commitment to preserving the integrity of Syrian cuisine. All these family recipes are reproductions of meals prepared similarly in Syria today. While some items (like hummus) are common throughout the Middle East, the tastes of Aleppo are unique in their particular mixture of spices and textures. It is also a particularly healthful cuisine, with many vegetarian recipes reflecting the sophistication of that city. Complete with indices in English and Arabic, A Taste of Syria opens with an introduction to Syria and Aleppian cuisine, a glossary of terms, and a guide to Syrian food preparation.< Less
Moroc Tagine By James Nwton
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Sample the delights of Tagine cooking with fabulous meat, fish and vegetarian recipes from Morocco and beyond. A wonderful collection of Tagine recipes and accompaniments from North Africa.
Arabicana By Lulu Bebe
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I wrote this book because I wanted everyone to have a chance to try the awesome taste of Middle Eastern food. I tried to make the recipes sweet, simple and easy to make. So no matter where you from... More > or whether you are a beginner or an expert at cooking, you will find these recipes fun, easy and most of all super delicious< Less
Israeli Recipes: Ancient Flavors Coming Together By Ronald Geskey
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Israel, of course, is known in the Bible as the land of milk and honey. But for a long time the country did not have a recognized culinary heritage. Thankfully, today it does! Israel's diverse... More > population makes its cuisine unique. People from more than seventy different countries, with many different foods and customs, currently live in Israel. Many people began arriving in 1948, when the country, then known as Palestine, gained its independence from Great Britain. At that time, large numbers of Eastern European Jews hoped to establish a Jewish nation in Israel. They brought traditional Jewish dishes to Israel that had been prepared in countries like Poland, Hungary, and Russia. The Palestinians, most of whom were of Arab descent, enjoyed a cuisine adapted from North Africa and the Middle East. Try the recipes, you’ll like them!< Less
Igra By Madeleine Davis
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This is the story of two brothers, Ramel and Bronel. Ramel, the younger is fat and eats any rubbish he can find; while Bronel, the older brother, is thin and enjoys only sophisticated and healthy... More > food. The brothers fall into various mishaps when Bronel follows his refined taste. However, in the end they find that they can live happily together despite their differences. Bronel becomes famous for his recipe of Igra, a Middle Eastern speciality made with aubergines (eggplant). When his friends eat this dish and like it, they nickname him Igra, because he cooks it very often and very well. The recipe is given by him at the end of the book. In order to keep the price low, the pictures in the book are not colored. The children may amuse themselves by coloring the drawings to their taste, thus participating in the making of the book.< Less

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