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eBook Modern Flavors of Arabia: Recipes and Memories from My Middle Eastern Kitchen ePub

by Petrina Tinslay,Suzanne Husseini

  • ISBN: 0449015610
  • Category: Regional and International
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Petrina Tinslay,Suzanne Husseini
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Appetite by Random House (October 2, 2012)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1118 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1452 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 524

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Suzanne brings the colors and flavors of Arabia to your kitchen, with this inspired collection of recipes. Husseini clearly has some kind of culinary magic up her sleeves.

Suzanne brings the colors and flavors of Arabia to your kitchen, with this inspired collection of recipes. Flipping through these pages will entice you to recreate and experience the magic of Middle Eastern cuisine.

by Suzanne Husseini & Petrina Tinslay. Simple Food, Big Flavor Unforgettable Mexican-Inspired Recipes from My Kitchen to Yours. Modern Flavors of Arabia takes you on a culinary journey to the Middle East to explore a foo. Materials for High Temperature Power Generation and Process Plant Applications. 59 MB·42,947 Downloads·New! These proceedings contain the papers covering materials for high temperature power plant. 37 MB·605 Downloads·New! and creativity with modern interpretations of classic Latin cuisine. Lynn Crawford "Suzanne demystifies rustic Middle Eastern dishes and adds her own distinctive twist in a way that is inspirational to any food lover.

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This is the summary of Modern Flavors of Arabia: Recipes and .

This is the summary of Modern Flavors of Arabia: Recipes and Memories from My Middle Eastern Kitchen by Suzanne Husseini, Petrina Tinslay.

Modern Flavors of Arabia takes you on a culinary journey to the Middle East to explore a food culture that spans centuries. Each of the recipes will surprise and delight you and bring new colors. Top Cookbooks The Middle Arabian Food Memories Tahini Sauce Cookery Books Arugula Salad Middle Eastern Recipes Random House. When Julia Child told Dorie Greenspan, You write recipes just the way I do, she paid her the ultimate compliment.

Suzanne Husseini; Petrina Tinslay. Previously published as: When Suzanne cooks, Dubai: Motivate Publishing, 2010. Modern Flavors of Arabia takes you on a culinary journey to the Middle East to explore a food culture that spans centuries

Suzanne Husseini; Petrina Tinslay. Book Format: Choose an option. Modern Flavors of Arabia takes you on a culinary journey to the Middle East to explore a food culture that spans centuries. Each of the recipes will surprise and delight you and bring new colors, aromas and flavors to your table.

Modern Flavors of Arabia takes you on a culinary journey to the Middle . Join Suzanne as she pays tribute to her mother's cooking and enjoy her refreshingly new take on the traditional-pilafs fragrant with herbs and spices, crepes speckled with pistachios and sweetened with rose syrup, scones enhanced with dates, orange and cardamom. Let Suzanne's refined Arabian cuisine inspire you. Fill your kitchen with the warm, exotic scents of the Middle East, and surprise yourself with how easy it is to create these mouthwatering delicacies at home.

Suzanne Husseini Random House2012. Recipes from this book. Cheese- or Walnut-Filled Crepes (Atayef). After a full day of fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, these atayef are a welcome treat. Like all traditional foods associated with special holidays, somehow they taste best at the right time. But that shouldn't stop you from making these unforgettable moreish sweets at anytime of year. And by moreish I also mean Moorish, with a flavor and fragrance that is exotic, complex, and evocative of a culture that goes back to ancient times.

Modern Flavors of Arabia takes you on a culinary journey to the Middle East to explore a food culture that spans centuries. Each of the recipes will surprise and delight you and bring new colors, aromas and flavors to your table. Join Suzanne as she pays tribute to her mother's cooking and enjoy her refreshingly new take on the traditional--pilafs fragrant with herbs and spices, crepes speckled with pistachios and sweetened with rose syrup, scones enhanced with dates, orange and cardamom. Discover the secrets of perfect falafel, shawarma, and homemade labneh, and try other classic dishes such as kibbeh and fattouche. Recipes are arranged by Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert and a whole chapter is dedicated to mezze. Suzanne's stories and ideas on how to serve each dish accompany the beautifully illustrated and easy-to-follow recipes. Let Suzanne's refined Arabian cuisine inspire you. Fill your kitchen with the warm, exotic scents of the Middle East, and surprise yourself with how easy it is to create these mouthwatering delicacies at home.

Comments

Kagrel Kagrel
I'm a huge fan of Middle Eastern food. I grew up in Wisconsin but we have a very diverse population in Milwaukee with every type of cuisine imaginable here and Mediterranean and Middle Eastern foods are my favorites. If you're already a fan of Middle Eastern food you will definitely like this cookbook. All the usual suspects are in here like hummus, Shawarma, Baklava. What I liked, though, is that there are other recipes in here that I hadn't heard of before. The author is an Arabic woman whose family immigrated to Canada when she was young so the recipes are authentic but also accessible.

The author explains very clearly and gives precise directions so you're not left trying to figure out what to do. Some ethnic cookbooks seem to assume you have knowledge that you don't about ethnic food preparation so it's nice that the author imparts that knowledge to you as well. I do cook quite a bit so I didn't find anything really daunting but if you're a novice cook just starting out you may look at the recipes and think you can't make them. Definitely not so, most of the recipes have very few ingredients (especially if you compare them to many traditional, European recipes) and don't take a huge amount of time. (There are exceptions to this in the book; read the entire recipe through once to figure out if you have the time for it.) The author helps you out quite a bit also in that she tells you what things you can make ahead of time and freeze - there's actually a LOT you can make ahead and freeze which definitely helps out in the entertaining department.

I've made two recipes so far - the one for hummus and the one for tabbouleh because those are my two favorites. Both turned out phenomenal. I'm probably not going to like store bought hummus after this.

The only problem an individual would probably encounter, however, is the ability to obtain many of these ingredients. Many recipes call for standard things any American grocery would carry but there are other specialty items (like Tahini sauce for instance) that may be hard to find if you don't live in an urban area. Milwaukee has several specialty grocery stores like Whole Foods and Middle Eastern groceries that I've found the ingredients in easily but if you live in a rural area in the middle of North Dakota, you're gonna have a problem.
Eyalanev Eyalanev
I have cooked Arabic food for over 30 years, and I stopped looking at newer Arabic food cookbooks since they tended towards the same recipes over and over. I was intrigued by this one and bought it without seeing it first. It is excellent, and I am really happy I got it. These are recipes with better ingrediants and fit more in line with contemporary cooking.
Ffan Ffan
I’ve started a cookbook discussion and dinner party meetup group that meets regularly (1x a month or so) at my apartment in Alexandria,VA to discuss cookbooks and enjoy a shared meal cooked by the members from recipes published in the monthly selected cookbook.

Each year we work our way through an eclectic mix of cookbooks, including time honored classics, rare finds from every corner of the globe, and current up and coming advanced evaluation copies.

For our July cookbook discussion and dinner party, we reviewed Suzanne Husseini's 2012 cookbook Modern Flavors of Arabia (Random House).

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قائمة طعام (Menu)

Halloumi & Feta Cheese Bread Rolls
Labneh Three Ways
Shamandar (Beet Dip)
Hummus
Beet & Purslane Salad with Citrus Dressing
Kofta with Sweet and Sour Cherry Sauce
Roasted Cauliflower with Citrus Tahini Sauce
Lemony Braised Stuffed Vine Leaves
Shish Barak (Lamb Ravioli in Herbed Yogurt Sauce)
A Thousand and One Nights Pistachio Ice Cream
Arabic Shortbread (Ghraybe)
Rice Pudding with Date Compote
Mint tea

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This might be the first time in all of my years of cooking and reviewing cookbooks that I’ve sampled twelve different recipes from a cookbook and found every single one to be on point. I give the beet dip a solid 5 (out of 5) fork rating AND I DON’T EVEN LIKE BEETS. The Kofta were tender and the cherry sauce to accompany them was another highlight of the menu. Oh my gosh, and the cheese rolls, they were amazing. Tender, pillowy, and warm, they hid the perfect little tangy bite of cheese within. The grape leaves were savory and bright with the citrus flavor. Every single dish was hit. Husseini clearly has some kind of culinary magic up her sleeves. And I wasn’t alone in my assessment; Paige was so taken with the shortbread that she lost her capacity for coherent speech and just kept moaning as she nibbled through her serving of cookies.

This is definitely a cookbook that has earned a permanent space on my bookshelves in the kitchen and I urge to you pick up Modern Flavors of Arabia to add to your collection as well.
WinDImmortaL WinDImmortaL
Wow! What a gorgeous book, great illustrations and absolutely delicious Arabic Cuisine. You can see that a lot of passion and hard work went into creating these traditional recipes. I have tried some out and they are so awesome! Bravo! A+++++ Thank U! :)
caster caster
A lot of great recepis
Itiannta Itiannta
I saw the author on a TV show making one of her recipes, babaganooj salad and just HAD to try it.
It lived up to every expectation and so do the other recipes. Puts a slightly new twist on a lot of old family favorites.
Downloaded Downloaded
wonderful cookbook
i felt like I went to heaven
plan to prepare every single recipe in the book
can not wait
great buyer
our family thanks you so much
I love this book. Great, simple recipes as well as short, insightful story telling. I grew up in the Middle East and these recipes remind me so much of "home." Would definitely recommend.