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Cairo Kitchen: Recipes From the Middle East, Inspired by the Street Food of Cairo (Anglais) Relié – 5 mai 2015

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A stunning cookbook that celebrates Cairo and its wonderful food. Combining authentic street food and delicious home-style cooking, this is modern Middle Eastern food, all set against the exotic, vibrant backdrop of Cairo. Suzanne Zeidy shares her favorite recipes, such as stuffed vine leaves and home-style beef kofta stew. Her modern dishes are classics reinterpreted in a fresh way: try quail on quinoa tabbouleh or seared sea bass on baba ghanoush. Middle Eastern food is made for sharing, and Cairo Kitchen is filled with standout recipes perfect for any gathering. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photography, this stylish cookbook triumphs the culture and cuisine of Egypt’s finest city.

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Suzanne Zeidy was born in Cairo to a family of passionate food lovers. She studied and worked in the food scene in New York and now divides her time between the United States and Cairo, where she runs a number of successful restaurants.

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not what I expected, but still a good cookbook 2 juillet 2015
Par T. Donovan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I ordered this, I expected more traditional Egyptian recipes, perhaps streamlined for a more modern kitchen. I did not realize that the author owns a set of cafes where I ate sometimes in Cairo, and also opened a restaurant that I read about online but never had a chance to visit. So it seems that many of these recipes are dishes that she developed herself.

Nevertheless, I have tried some of the recipes from this book and have enjoyed them enormously. There is a Cauliflower Salad that is heavenly and the soups are out of this world, especially the Koshari Soup. I like the little regional touches here and there, like Alexandria-Style Koshari. Her version of Alexandria-style Liver is the best from the many cookbooks I have tried.

I really enjoy this cookbook because except for a few items like fava beans, it is possible to cook these recipes without a trip to a Middle Eastern grocer and without an investment in high-dollar ingredients. I have always liked Egyptian cuisine because of its creativity and ability to do such great things with humble ingredients. The author is definitely following in these footsteps and I admire her creativity. I wish that I had had this book when I was living in Egypt. I will be using this book a lot.
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Cook the Real Deal Egyptian 13 juillet 2015
Par nomadsheart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Great book on truly Egyptian food made with pantry items you can find here. Recipes are direct and straight forward and I have been pleased with results. I share the book with an Egyptian friend who remarked that the recipes were quite authentic and even noted the regionality of some recipes (this is how koshery is made in Cairo or Alexandria for example).

It should be noted that Egyotian cuisine is neither a Lebanese derivative nor North African, like Moroccan. I am glad to see someone publish a quite nice book o the topic.
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