Jerusalem: A Cookbook

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by What a great book I bought it not in Anthropologie, but saw it on a book fair, couple of months before it appeared here. Of course I couldn't resist it, being in deep love with Jerusalem and everything about it. This book is amazing, just pictures themselves take you to the streets and markets of Jerusalem..I swear, you can smell it in the air, without actually leaving your sofa. The recipes are great. I was especially impressed with how authors made sure everything was correctly translated in the recipes, so every little thing would be applicable for a cook from a totally different country. The little history of every dish is also given before the recipe. An important thing I want to mention-the book is dedicated mostly to middle-eastern recipes. There are plenty of cookbooks about Eastern European Israeli food, and this is not one of them. Great and beautiful book, either to use in your house or as a gift. February 22, 2013
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ASSORTED Style #:25912478 Like a map of Jerusalem, this cross-cultural cookbook will have you turning pages like you would corners of this diverse city, exposing undiscovered dishes inspired by traditional recipes of the Mediterranean. Best-selling author and London-based restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi teams up with Sami Tamimi to bring you a modern mosaic of dishes inspired by the Jewish west and Arab east of their beloved shared birthplace. Jerusalem: A Cookbook