This book brings together an enticing collection of dishes from Lebanon, Iran, Turkey, Syria, Egypt, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique. Recipes are included for all palates and every kind of meal, from delicious mezze starters such as Falafel and Baba Ganoush, spicy meat dishes, tagines, couscous and piquant fish curries, to an exciting array of rice and vegetable dishes, as well as delectable desserts such as Spiced Nutty Bananas. With 170 step-by-step recipes and over 650 superb photographs, this is an essential source of inspirational ideas for everyone who loves the food and cooking of Africa and the Middle East.
This unique, stunningly illustrated journal is ideal for use as a travel notebook or sketchpad.
Sensual yet pre-eminently functional, food is of intrinsic interest to us all. It was a necessity and pleasure in ancient times as well, although the ingredients used often varied from what would appeal to modern tastes.
Oma is a poor, greedy, and selfish woman that met a kind, generous, and singing fish at the river. The fish, "Big Heart," befriended Oma but Oma wasn't very nice in return. The battle of wills between the fish and the woman makes this book a moral and entertaining piece for the reader. This book is an illustrated chapter book. The story reminds the author of her time growing up in Nigeria. Story time was one of the privileges that she enjoyed as a child. She hope that through this book her readers will appreciate some of the subtle ways that her culture passes down knowledge, to the young through Folktales. You can find other books by the author at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other book stores. Also, look up Chidinma Onyegbaduo for more books.
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