liceoartisticolisippo-ta
» » Mediterranean Street Food: Stories, Soups, Snacks, Sandwiches, Barbecues, Sweets, and More from Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East

Mediterranean Street Food: Stories, Soups, Snacks, Sandwiches, Barbecues, Sweets, and More from Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East ebook

by Anissa Helou


Anissa Helou loves street food.

Anissa Helou loves street food.

Helou lives in London, where she has her own cooking school, Anissa's School. She appears frequently on British television and radio. She has written many articles for the Weekend Financial Times, and has contributed to several other publications including Gourmet, the Chicago Tribune, and the Washington Post

Anissa Helou loves street food. When she travels, she stops at every tea cart, sandwich stand, and candy stall to trade stories with local vendors and learn the recipes that tempt the crowds

Anissa Helou loves street food. When she travels, she stops at every tea cart, sandwich stand, and candy stall to trade stories with local vendors and learn the recipes that tempt the crowds. Learn the secret ingredients to the perfect Stuffed Mussels sold on the streets of Istanbul. Come along to a Berber woman's Moroccan Bread stall in Marrakech.

Online shopping for, and more.

Anissa Helou loves street food

Anissa Helou loves street food.

Gifts & Registry. Good news - You can still get free 2-day shipping, free pickup, & more. Try another ZIP code.

All the recipes are authentic and comforting and unbelievably good. The Pharaoh's Kitchen: Recipes from Ancient Egypts Enduring Food Traditions by Magda MehdawyAmr Hussein. Best Thai Food Thai Restaurant Restaurant New York Thai Cooking Asian Cooking Thai Recipes Snack Recipes Thai Cookbook American Dishes.

Recipes from an Italian Summer: Learn more about how people eat during summer, when al fresco is the way to go, especially in places like Italy. These coffee table books are full of recipes, but they also make great conversation pieces, include gorgeous photos, and incorporate personal stories about loving to cook.

Who can resist a chickpea fritter in Nice, a kebab in Athens, an aniseed cookie in Tuscany, hummus in Tel Aviv, stuffed zucchini in Genoa, or a potato omelet in Spain? Cold or hot, sweet or savory, street food is everyone's temptation.

Anissa Helou loves street food. When she travels, she stops at every tea cart, sandwich stand, and candy stall to trade stories with local vendors and learn the recipes that tempt the crowds. Join her on a fascinating adventure around the Mediterranean, where eating on the street is a way of life. Learn the secret ingredients to the perfect Stuffed Mussels sold on the streets of Istanbul. Come along to a Berber woman's Moroccan Bread stall in Marrakech. Buy a sweet, sticky Semolina Cake from a cart in Cairo. From simple salads to fragrant barbecues to irresistible dips and drinks, each dish can be enjoyed on its own, or two or three may be combined to make a meal. With lively black-and-white photographs from Anissa's travels and more than eighty-five fast, flexible, flavorful recipes, Mediterranean Street Food offers home cooks the chance to experience the tastes of distant lands without leaving the kitchen.

Black_Hawk_Down.
In the early 1970's I was in Lebanon. That street food was so excellent. I have forever had the items necessary for making Turkish coffee ever since. I have looked for years and years for the recipe of that morning street bread. So excellent was a real lamb giro sliced right off the holder. But I found this book. I am ashamed to say that I have not taken the time to make anything yet..but of all the recipe books of that area, I can tell that this is the one I have been looking for all the while!
CrazyDemon
I work in Dearborn, Michigan, home to 30,000 people of Arab origin. I therefore often eat authentic cuisine from that part of the Mediterranean and all the recipes I've tried from this book stand up to what I find on the streets (OK, in the restaurants) here. I'm also lucky that I can go to a local Arab grocery and easily find some of the specialty items she uses, like preserved lemons. You don't need that, though, to succeed with her recipes. You can even buy your spices at the grocery, but, really, wouldn't you rather get the quality stuff from Penzey's?
The Turkish seasoned kabobs (p. 158) are now one of my sumer grilling specialties. I pair them with the feta cheese salad (p. 33) and a crisp rose or sauvignon blanc. Try the garlic sauce ("Thum") on p. 72, but understand that she's right when she says "...it will make you a social leper for a day or two afterward." The garlic exudes from your pores, but oh, it was delicious going in!
Delirium
Enjoyed the recipes. Made many of them. Great photos, stories and very well written. This is the forth of these I have bought. I have been giving them as gifts.
Xanzay
Easy to follow recipes and interesting descriptions about the dishes. I like the variety of recipes and the fact they are not overly complicated.
Obong
Good recipes. The author definitely takes you back to the streets of Mediterranean cities and their street food vendors.
Larosa
The commentary within this book is a good read and accurately depicts the great food that can be had on the streets of the med. the recipes cover the sea shores east to west and north to south.
Nalmergas
this is a book for people who traveled and know how those foods look like. Once this done , it is a good and very complete book full of interesting tips and recipes simple to be done, that take you back to those places. And if you don't want to cook just use it as a travel journal and enjoy your rememberings.
Unfortunately, pages 167 to 198 inclusive (32 pages) were missing from the book I received. The book was undamaged and it appears that the pages were not included when assembled. I reside in Tasmania (Australia) and was unable to return the book to Amazon within the given time.

Other than this problem, I thought the book was good but that does not alter my disappointment.
Mediterranean Street Food: Stories, Soups, Snacks, Sandwiches, Barbecues, Sweets, and More from Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East ebook
Author:
Anissa Helou
Category:
Regional & International
Subcat:
EPUB size:
1480 kb
FB2 size:
1520 kb
DJVU size:
1106 kb
Language:
Publisher:
William Morrow Cookbooks (June 27, 2006)
Pages:
304 pages
Rating:
4.9
Other formats:
lrf doc mbr lit
© 2018-2020 Copyrights
All rights reserved. liceoartisticolisippo-ta.it | Privacy Policy | DMCA | Contacts